Williamsburg-area Visitor's Guide
Zable Stadium Inclement Weather Plan
Final Information Sheet (April 3)
Final Meet Schedule (April 3)
Section Assignments - 800m, 1500m, 5000m
Records and Standards
Women's Facility Records
Men's Facility Records
Colonial Relays Records - College and Professional Women
Colonial Relays Records - College and Professional Men
Colonial Relays Records - High School Girls
Colonial Relays Records - High School Boys
ECAC Qualifying Standards (women)
IC4A Qualifying Standards (men)
Fans are strongly encouraged to visit W&M and Williamsburg to cheer on the athletes at the Colonial Relays. As seen on the campus map (above), parking is available in the W&M Hall Lot, roughly a quarter-mile northwest of Zable Stadium and adjacent to the Stimson Throwing Events Area. All spaces in the Hall Lot are monitored by campus parking, and carry a $0.50 per hour charge. When parking, please note the number of your parking space (painted on the ground at the entrance to the space), and input that number along with the appropriate money at the parking kiosk located on the side of the lot closest to W&M Hall.
W&M will be providing a live video broadcast of the Colonial Relays once again, with coverage of selected events both Friday and Saturday. The cost for a single day's viewing is $5.95, or a weekend pass can be bought for $9.95.
Viewers can sign up on TribeAthletics.com at the following address:
On Friday, the broadcast will commence at roughly 12:40 PM, and continue through 3:30 PM. Saturday, the broadcast will begin at roughly 11:30 AM, and continue until 2:25 PM. Due to NCAA regulations, no high school events will be shown, only college events.
Women's University Division
American, ASA College, Bucknell, Christopher Newport, Delaware, Duquesne, Fairleigh Dickinson, Fordham, George Mason, Georgetown, Howard, James Madison, La Salle, Longwood, Loyola (Md.), Marist, Mary Washington, Monmouth, Mount St. Mary's, Northeastern, Providence, Richmond, Rider, Robert Morris, Rutgers, Shippensburg, St. Francis (N.Y.), St. Francis (Pa.), St. Joseph's (Pa.), Stony Brook, Vanderbilt, Villanova, Virginia State, Virginia Tech, Virginia Union, Wagner, William and Mary
Men's University Division
American, ASA College, Bucknell, Christopher Newport, Duquesne, Fairleigh Dickinson, Fordham, George Mason, Georgetown, Hampton, High Point, Howard, La Salle, Longwood, Marist, Mary Washington, Monmouth, Mount St. Mary's, Northeastern, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Providence, Richmond, Rider, Robert Morris, Rutgers, Shippensburg, St. Francis (N.Y.), St. Francis (Pa.), St. Joseph's (Pa.), Villanova, Virginia State, Virginia Tech, Virginia Union, Wagner, William and Mary
Jenkintown Running Company, New Balance Pacers Track Club, QuickStars, The Speed Specific Programs, Delaware TC, Georgetown Running Company, Gotham spark, Green St Elite, Pierce Track Club Elite, Ragged Mountain Racing, Scurvy Dogs Track Club, Seton Hall
Girl's High School Division
Germantown Friends, Great Valley, Mountain View, Grafton, Lee-Davis, Kellam, West Chester, Cardinal Gibbons, Maggie Walker, Conestoga, Bruton, Norfolk Academy, Lake Braddock, Radnor, First Colonial, Bayside
Boy's High School Division
LaSalle College HS, Germantown Friends, Maggie Walker, Lee-Davis, Loudoun County, Skyline, Wilmington Friends, Herndon, Norfolk Academy, Cardinal Gibbons, Conestoga, Thomas Edison, Grafton, New Kent
The Colonial Relays annually attracts a strong crop of All-Americans and national champions, and this year is no exception. Forty-four current All-Americans are entered in this weekend's meet, with Shippensburg's Matt Gillette (six honors) and Georgetown's Chelsea Cox (five) as the most-honored. In total, entered athletes account for 74 All-American certificates. Local favorite Elaina Balouris (Allison Park, Pa.), a two-time All-American, will represent W&M in the 5,000m on Friday night.
The relays should be especially exciting, as the Villanova men (fifth place indoors in Division I) go up against Shippensburg, the Division II national champions in the distance medley relay. In the women's DMR, Georgetown brings in three out of four runners who took sixth at the national meet, while Virginia State's eighth-place men's 4x400m relay is also scheduled to compete.