This Saturday's NCAA Division 1 Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Kentucky will feature home grown talent from the state of Maryland competing at various colleges around the country.
Articles with Meggan Grams
RICHMOND, Ky. – The Eastern Kentucky University cross country / track and field program inked three student-athletes during the early signing period, head coach Rick Erdmann announced on Monday. The three signees are Luis Luna, Zach Stewart and Meggan Grams.
Last Friday at the Frostbite Invitational in Landover, Boonsboro junior Meggan Grams set the Washington County indoor record for 1600 meters with her PR performance of 5:07.30. After winning her first state cross country title in the fall despite being her first Maryland State Cross Country Championship appearance in the 2A division, Grams has continued to excel in her first year at Boonsboro High School (spent first two years at Williamsport High School) as her great health and improved fitness has shown early on this indoor season with new personal bests in the 1600 (5:07), 3200 (11:14), and a near new PR in the 800 (2:21).
Plenty of strong performances were recorded this past Friday at PG for the Frostbite Invitational. Boonsboro's Meggan Grams won the girls 1600 meter run in a MD #1 time of 5:07.30.