Glenelg High School

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Creese Advances in NCAA 1500 Meters Jun 7, 2013

Sophomore Robby Creese (Mount Airy, Md.) advanced to the men's 1500-meter final, highlighting a full day of action for the Nittany Lions at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Thursday at Historic Hayward Field at the University of Oregon." />                              

Creese Named Big Ten Athlete of the Week Feb 12, 2013

Thanks to a school-record and personal-best effort in the mile, sophomore Robby Creese (Mount Airy, Md.) has been named Big Ten Athlete of the Week. Creese zipped to a sizzling 3:57.11 for the mile at the Husky Classic at the University of Washington last weekend. His performance is currently the second fastest in the NCAA this year. (via

Creese, Simko Earn Big Ten Cross Country Honors Sep 8, 2012

Following victories at the Dolan Duals at Lock Haven last weekend, redshirt-freshman Robby Creese (Mount Airy, Md.) and junior Rebekka Simko (Mentor, Ohio) have been named Big Ten Cross Country Athletes of the Week. (via

Creese Voted Mid-Atlantic Track Athlete of the Year Mar 6, 2012

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.: Freshman sensation Robby Creese (Mount Airy, Md.) has been named Mid-Atlantic Track Athlete of the Year, announced by the United States Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches' Association (USTFCCCA) on Monday. (via - Faces in the Crowd - Robby Creese Feb 7, 2012

  Creese, a freshman at Penn State, ran a 2:19.53 in the 1,000 meters at the Nittany Lions Challenge--in his first individual collegiate appearance--to set American Junior and NCAA records. As a senior at Glenelg High, he won state titles in the indoor 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters and in the outdoor 3,200. Creese also finished sixth in the mile at the Penn Relays last year and 11th at indoor nationals. Full Story on

Indoor track: Creese making mark at Penn State Jan 25, 2012

Robby Creese seems to be adjusting to college just fine. The former standout at Glenelg, where he won Player of the Year honors in cross county, indoor and outdoor track, was once again turning heads two weeks ago as a member of Penn State University's indoor track squad. (via