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William Hallinan
William Hallinan
Height: 5-9
Weight: 130
Year: So.
Hometown: Prospect Park, Pa.
High School: Interboro
Events: Distance/Middle Distance
Major: Pharmacy

Career Honors

2018-19 USciences Male Athlete of the Year

CACC Track Athlete of the Week (4/29/19)

2019 CACC All-Academic Team

4x Dean's List Honors

 

 

CACC Championship Performances

2018 - 1500m (6th), 4x400m (8th)

2019 - 1500m (3rd), 800m (6th), 4x400m (8th)

 

TFRRS Performance List

 

 

2019:

  • Finished the season atop the CACC in the 1500m, as well as sixth in the 800m
  • Crossed third out of 24 in the 1500m at the CACC Championships, improving on his sixth-place finish from last year. He also crossed sixth in the field of 26 in the 800m to bring his point total to a team-high nine (5/5)
  • Finished ahead of six others with a time of 1:56.31 in the 800m to win at the Delaware Open (4/28)
  • Member of the 4x400m relay team that broke the school record at the Penn Relays (4/26)
  • Broke his own school record for the second week in a row to place second in a field of 43 at Moravian's Greyhound Invitational, crossing in 4:03.54 for the new fastest time in the CACC this season (4/20)
  • Placed third out of 46 in the 1500m, finishing in 4:05.31 to break his own school record, at Stockton's Opsrey Invite. Was also a member of the 4x800m relay team that placed second out of a six with a school record time (4/13)
  • Crossed second in a field of the 31 in the 1500m at Rowan's Oscar Moore Invitational, finishing in 4:09.16 to earn eight points (4/5)
  • School record 4:07.29 in the 1500m was the second-fastest time in the CACC so far this season, and put him in 18th in a deep field of 130 at Widener's Danny Curran Invitational. Was also a member of the 4x400m relay team that combined to finish in a school record 3:32.80, good for ninth in the field of 22 quartets (3/30)
  • Member of the distance medley relay team that broke the school record (10:56.69) at the Armory Last Chance Meet (2/22)
  • Broke the school record in the mile, completing the event in 4:29.73 to cross in the top-half of the field of 42 in 21st at the FastTrack National Invitational (2/8)
  • Set a collegiate personal-best of 4:39.99 in the mile to place 19th out of 65 in his season debut at Ursinus' Frank Colden Invitational (2/2)

2018:

  • Finished the season ranked seventh in the CACC in the 1500m
  • Earned USciences' first points, three, in its CACC Championships history by placing sixth in the 1500m with a time of 4:11.18. Also part of the 4x400m relay team that rounded out the Devils’ point total with an eighth place finish (5/6)
  • Ran the 800m in 2:00.08 and 2:03.92 at the Widener Invite, putting him in the top-10 of the CACC in a second event (4/21)
  • Placed third in the 1500m at the Osprey Invitational with a time of 4:09.28, a time that ranked fifth out of 46 in the CACC (4/14)
  • Named to the CACC Honor Roll (4/2)
  • Won his section of the 1500m to place 20th in the field of 69 with a time of 4:11.15 at the spring-opening Danny Curran Invitational. The time moved him into fourth in the CACC (3/31)
  • Set a collegiate personal best at the Armory Last Chance Meeet, finishing the 800m in 1:59.11 (2/23)
  • Won the 800m and was part of the winning mile relay team at the Albright Invitational (2/10)
  • Won his section of the mile by .24 seconds, crossing in 4:48.19 to place 13th overall in the field of 31, before going on to place 14th out of 43 competitors in the 800m with a time of 2:06.38 at the season-opening Collegeville Classic (1/20)

Prior to USciences: 

  • Took first place at the Del-Val Cross Country Championships as both a junior and senior
  • All-County Honorable Mention Cross Country as both a junior and senior
  • District 1 Cross Country medalist
  • Three-time Delco Championship medalist in the 4x800m relay
  • Ranked seventh in his graduating class
  • Was a member of the National Honor Society and the Distinguished Honor Roll

Personal:

  • Son of Debbie and Dave Hallinan
  • Brother, David, played football at Lebanon Valley College
  • Sisters Stacie (Millersville) and Nicole (Cabrini) both played college soccer