Coby Horowitz ’14 Sets NCAA D3 Mile Mark (Boston Globe)

Coby Horowitz '14

Coby Horowitz ’14

 

Coby Horowitz, a nine-time cross-country and track All-American, ran the fastest mile race in NCAA Division 3 history.  Competing in the Open New England Championships March 1, Horowitz clocked in at 4:00:41, beating the 4:00:96 record that has stood since 1997. The Boston Globe has more on Horowitz’s milestone.

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Comments

  1. J. Bruce Murphy '71 says:

    Wow!

  2. Virginia Domhoff says:

    Congratulations, Cory. Sir Roger would be proud of you.

  3. Dick Getchell says:

    Nice to see a Bowdoin track headline, congrats to Coby!!!!!

  4. Dan Gallagher says:

    30 second 200m times are about as fast as I ever went for the 400, never broke a 2-minute 800. Wow, totally impressive! Nice job Coby.

  5. Congrats, Coby! Way to represent Bowdoin track & XC well. What a feat!

  6. Gary Towle '68 says:

    Next step, Coby, is becoming a member of the very exclusive sub four minute mile club!

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