There are plenty of talented 800m returnees on the boys' side.
How did the PA alums perform at DI, DII and DIII NCAA Championships last weekend?
Who can challenge Olivia Arizin this season?
Can anyone challenge Jordan Geist (AAA) and Evan Blaire (AA) in the discus this spring?
Hickory's Tori McKinley will look to close out her career with another state title in the discus.
It is expected to be a loaded field down in Texas
Journey Brown will look to repeat in AAA, while Jahvel Hemphill will go after the 4-peat in AA.
Can Thelma Davies improve into her sophomore year? Can Jaylyn Aminu repeat in AAA?
We ranked all of the PA performances from a busy weekend at indoor nationals.
It'll be a great duel for the AAA state crown this spring.
Greg Lauray has already soared over 7 feet, and many others will be chasing that mark.
The Virginia Tech half miler took second in the country.
North Allegheny's Ayden Owens will be heavily favored to retain his AAA state crown in the 300 hurdles.
The Carlisle senior ran 8:46.08 to finish second overall.
Can Yasmin Brooks challenge Leah Nugent's state record this year? Yes.
Three state records went down and another was tied at the final day at NBNI
Brendan Sparr will look to retain his AA, but there are plenty of talented long jumpers in PA.
We have plenty of albums from the action at The Armory over the weekend!
Kyle Garland and Jordan Geist won national titles. North Penn girls' 4x8 took down the PA state record.
A number of girls will be looking to stop the reigning state champs
MileSplit visited with Jordan Geist as he got ready before indoor nationals!
There will be plenty of competitors in a deep group of 2 milers?
Who are the top girls' individuals and relays to watch for at indoor nationals at The Armory?
Plenty of fast girls are ready for what should be a big season in the 3200 meters.
A look at the top PA boys set for New York's Armory this weekend.
Richland's Ethan Dabbs and Warwick's Eric Garner return as the only 200+ feet jav throwers in PA.
Check out the PTFCA first, second, and third teams and honorable mention.
The national record holder is back, but Brooke Hinderliter and Maura Fiamoncini will put up big throws.