John Prizzi Men's Track & Field John, a junior from Wyckoff, N.J., broke the UNH men’s indoor track & field school record in the 3,000-meter run with a fourth-place time of 8 minutes, 2.40 seconds at the IC4A Championships at the Boston University Track and Tennis Center on Sunday, March 9. The previous benchmark of 8:05.00 was set by Dan Hocking in 2003. John recorded five first-place finishes during the 2014 indoor season. He was the fastest runner in the 3,000m at the Jay Carisella Invitational (Dec. 14) by crossing the finish line in 8:27.33. John also claimed first place at the mile run at the Joe Donahue Games (Jan. 24) with a time of 4:13.89.
Kelsey Aucoin Gymnastics Kelsey, a freshman from Double Oak, Texas, recorded two of the best individual efforts in UNH gymnastics program history to help the Wildcats break the school record in balance beam and finish the second-best total team score of 196.675 in a March 8 quad meet at Lundholm Gym. Kelsey tied for first place in the meet – which included 19th-ranked Penn State University, George Washington University and the University of Bridgeport – and tied the third-best mark in Wildcat history on balance beam with a mark of 9.950. On vault, she placed second in the meet by tying the eighth-highest score in program history of 9.925.