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Knights earn back-to-back league titles

The Marian University men's track and field squad made it back-to-back championships after the Knights climbed from third after day one to earn the 2015 Crossroads League Men's Outdoor Track and Field championship at Goshen College on Saturday.

After the first day of events concluded, which saw the Knights bring home their second straight 4x800-meter relay title, MU sat in third behind leader Bethel (Ind.) and second-place Indiana Wesleyan.

Head coach Mike Holman, the 2015 Crossroads League Coach of the Year, stated that MU may have trouble repeating as champions due to what seemed to be a lack of depth in certain strategic positions. However, scoring the maximum of three athletes in five events and two in four to go with a sweep of all three relays seems to have proven that hypothesis incorrect. read more

New Power Booster Location at Clay Terrace

by Katie Bradley | Feb 04, 2014



Once only offered on the campus of Marian University, Power Booster, a high-tech indoor riding and coaching program put on by Marian University Cycling, is now available at the St.Vincent Sports Performance Clay Terrace location in Carmel, Indiana. The university plans an open house to showcase the new facility on Saturday, March 1, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Founded by Marian University’s head cycling coach, Dean Peterson, the popular indoor cycling training series is in its eighth year of preparing Indy-area cyclists for a full season of training and competition through an established system of workouts that take place on state-of-the-art CompuTrainer© units.

Power Booster is great for cyclists with spring or summer racing goals, triathletes, or for people looking to get in shape and lose some unwanted weight fast and effectively. The series of classes works as a cohesive system to increase power and train riders with pedal efficiency drills, specific output intervals, and feedback from coaches, who are experienced cyclists in the community.  

The Power Booster Program includes 4-week and 6-week classes. For a complete list of current and upcoming courses, visit the Power Booster website.    

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