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Maryland Track & Field BIO
Tom Hogarty

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2015 Outdoor: Competed in five competitions…started his season with a 13th place finish in the 800m at the Maryland Invitational in a time of 2:02.78…took sixth in the 1500m in a time of 4:04.38 at the same event…competed in the Sam Howell Invitational and was entered into the 1500m (22nd, 3:59.82) and the 800m (11th, 1:59.31)…notched a 10th place finish in the 800m (1:54.68) at the Morgan State Legacy Meet…competed in the Distance Medley Relay at the Penn Relays.

2015 Indoor: Competed in one event…took third place in the mile at the Tiger Open with a time of 4:18.36.

2014 Outdoor: Season-best 800m came in a ninth-place finish at the Navy Invitational (2:00.34)...notched a season-best 1500m time of 3:59.15 to place 36th at the ACC Outdoor Championships...finished 13th at the Kehoe Twilight (4:00.87)...placed 14th at the Sam Howell Invitational (4:03.57)...placed seventh in the Maryland Invitational (4:06.16).

2014 Indoor: Season-best 4:25.16 in the mile at the Lions Invitational...placed fifth at the Terrapin Invitational (4:26.77).

Before Maryland: Participated in track and cross country at St. Joseph HS... Earned first-team honors from Greater Middlesex Conference and Middlesex County in cross country... Honored in 1,600 as all-conference (first team) and all-county (second team)... High honor roll student and member of National Honor Society... Pre-Maryland PRs -- 800 - 2:00.20; 1,600 - 4:22.10 (outdoors), 4:26.8 (indoors), 3,200 - 10:12.
Personal: Majoring in kinesiology... Has two younger siblings, Annie and Jack... Parents are Mary and John Hogarty... Father played football at Fairleigh Dickinson... Worked on strength training in off-season... Pretended to be David Beckham while playing sports as a kid... Came to Maryland for blend of education and athletics... Hopes to become a doctor... Always runs with his grandfather's cross... Likes playing guitar and fishing... Chose Maryland over Villanova, Temple and Bucknell.
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