Marissa Sheva

Marissa Sheva

Penn State University Class of 2015 Perkasie, PA, USA
  • Total Results 116
  • Total Events 13
Personal Records
  • 800m (in) - 2:14.12
  • 800m - 2:11.79
  • 1000m (in) - 2:52.00
  • 1500m - 4:25.06
  • 1600m - 4:44.73
  • 1 Mile (in) - 4:45.51
  • 3200m - 10:25.85
  • 5K (xc) - 17:28.00
  • 600m (in) - 1:37.19
  • 1500m (in) - 4:37.54
  • 1 Mile - 4:51.22
  • 3000m (in) - 10:23.00
  • 3000m - 9:57.80

Articles with Marissa Sheva

Colin Abert Stands Tall at Paul Short with 14:55 5K Brandon Miles Oct 4, 2014

Colin Abert, a senior from Easton Area, raced against many of the top boys from his state of Pennsylvania at the Paul Short Run at Lehigh University including Malvern Prep's Jaxson Hoey and Spring Ford's Paul Power. It did not turn out to be race between PA's best because Abert ran away from the rest en route to one of the nation's fastest times with the 3rd fastest time ever on the 5K course at Paul Short with a swift 14:55 performance.

8/30 High School XC Weekend Recap Brandon Miles Sep 1, 2014

Final weekend of August and third week of cross country action in 2014 season. MileSplit US will be on-site with Brandon Miles and Jimmy Stevenson at the Marcus I Invitational with 2,220 athletes featuring some of the top runners and programs in the state of Texas.    

Middle Distance Renaissance: Girls Milers Rule PA Aaron Rich Feb 19, 2014

There is a bit of a mid-distance renaissance occurring this year in Pennsylvania on the indoor track circuit and it is incredibly exciting.  To most fans in the know this should come as no surprise as there are a host of talented runners in the state.  But the girls mile in particular now features 4 runners under 4:50, and that is pretty incredible for indoors.  

Updated Penn Preview: Girls Kyle Brazeil Apr 23, 2013

Overview: To some, winning a Penn Relays Gold Watch is a goal just as, and even sometimes moreso important than winning a national championship.  Watches are awarded only to the overall American winners in Championship of America events at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, kicking off for the 119th time this Thursday at Franklin Field.  In some cases, most notably the sprints, it is harder to win a spot on the top of the medal stand than it is to win a national championship.  This fact is because of the international draw the relays bring to Philly; currently, there are 62 schools registered that are not from the United States, with Jamaica the most represented foreign country with 32 individual schools.  For some, winning a watch means beating the world.

Meet Your Millrose Milers Kyle Brazeil Feb 14, 2013

Manhattan NY - It is almost time for the 106th annual Millrose Games.  Billed as the oldest Track and Field meet in the country, all those who are attending will be in for a treat.  More Olympians than you have fingers and toes, the pro fields are stacked with top talent.  The high school fields are just as stacked, with events starting at 3:30pm, running right past 10pm.  Two notable prep names have even emerged among the professional ranks, as Mary Cain (Unattached) will race the professional mile, and Edward Cheserek (St. Benedict's Prep) is entered in the professional 2-mile.  You'll have your chance to catch your favorite relays and races, but everyone knows Millrose is all about the mile.  The prestigious Millrose Mile for prep athletes have garnered a reputation as the premiere event of the indoor season.  And we have a quick breakdown of all the top seeds and favorites, both prep and pro.  Check it out below!