Track and Field

  • Head Coach Fernando Fantroy begins his third year as the head coach of the Saints and is making a significant impact on the track and field program at Mt. Hood. Coach Fantroy has enjoyed tremendous experience and success at various levels and is excited about the future of Mt. Hood Track and Field.

    Mt. Hood Community College has been fortunate to host some of the best track and field competition in the country over the last few years including one of the three TrackTown USA Summer Pro meets in 2017 and the 2018 Stumptown Twilight! Additionally, the Saints have been the host facility for the NWAC Track and Field Championship and most recently the 3A-6A OSAA State Track and Field Championships!

  • Johnson Earns NWAC Men's Track Athlete of the Week


    Our Saints had another great meet competing at the Rich Allen Classic in Newberg, Oregon this past weekend. The women's team was led by Kailey Biggs who earned a personal record in two events and ran a leg on the 4x100 team that qualified for the NWAC Track and Field Championships.  Biggs dropped 1.5 seconds off her personal best in the 100 meters (13.41) and then ran a 27.14 in the 200 meters for a second-place finish. Along with Biggs, Kennedi Thurman, Nichole Champion and Andrea Bojdan, the 4 x100 meter relay team  ran a 52.22 to qualify for the Championships. Grace Lam-Tiang also had a bid day with a personal best in the javelin (130'7) for second place and a finished fourth in the discus. 

    The men's team was led by Deghlan Johnson and Elias Martinez.  Johnson rand a 15.16 in the 110 meter hurdles and was named the NWAC Men’s Track Athlete of the Week.  Martinez hit a 26’ personal best in the hammer and is currently ranked fourth in the conference.

    The Saints will return to action on March 25 at the Willamette Invitational.