"Hello Campers! I am super excited to work with all of you guys this year! My name is Fahd Nasser and I am a rising sophomore at Princeton University. I am an avid long distance runner, competing in the 5k and soon to be 10k. My alma mater is Dr. Ronald E. McNair Academic High School. My biggest accomplishments in high school included capturing 3rd at the NJ XC Meet of Champs, 3 Group state titles, and placing 18th at the Footlocker XC Nationals. When I am not running, I enjoy playing basketball, reading, playing video games, and riding on my electric scooter."
Massachusetts --> Maine. Runner dabbling in art and computer science.
"I'm Morgane Butler (MoBut) and I'm a McGill University Cross Country and Track Alum. I'll be a grad student and volunteer assistant coach for the Boston University XC/TF teams starting in the fall! Searching for a camper to end my reign as Queen of the No Hands Napkin Eating Contest - challenge me."
"I graduated from Dartmouth College in 2018, where I ran four years of cross country and track. This spring I finished my first year of graduate school at Boston University, where I study American Literature and Native American Studies. Passions include: reading, writing, coffee, running on soft surfaces, and eating Mexican food with friends. "
Camille is senior on the URI XC/TF team as well as the captain of the Cross Country team. She is currently finishing her bachelors in Nursing and French. Camille is a super happy person and loves going on group runs and getting to know everyone! She reminds the campers , "don’t be afraid to be yourselves! I’m here if you need me whether it’s for running advice or something else that’s causing you stress so feel free to reach out to me at camp! Can’t wait to meet you all!"
Sean is a New Jersey native. He grew up in Millstone NJ and attended high school at Christian Brothers Academy. He is a rising senior at Rutgers University, majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration. As Sean nears his final year competing as a Scarlet Knight, he hopes to break 1:50 in the 800 meter run. And most importantly, never forget that he was the 2017 Radix Counselor of the YEAR!
George Kelly graduated CBA in 2012 where he was the leading member of the 2011 NXN National Championship team. During his tenure at CBA George was also part of two state record setting teams and a Penn Relays DMR title. After graduating George competed at the University of Michigan before moving to Kenya to explore what distance running at its highest levels. Upon returning to the US, George enrolled at Adams State where he has run 13:54 for 5k, 4:01 for the mile, and recorded a 2nd DII All-American finish in the indoor DMR.
Lou graduated in 2016 from Princeton High School in New Jersey. Her think my two greatest high school running achievements happened her senior year. The first was at XC Meet of Champions where she finished 17th setting a new school record. Later in the year, she ran a a USA #7 time to qualifying for and eventually run in the 2000m steeplechase at the national Championship . Lou currently attends Rutgers where she has competed for three years in both XC and on the track. "I run because I like to prove myself wrong and surpass my limits- also there is just no better feeling." In her free time she likes to slackline, play guitar, listen to music and bike.
I’m Celeste Aurora and I graduated from St. Dominic Academy and this year I will be a sophomore at Monmouth University. I compete for the XC and track team and I’m excited to work hard and see good results at camp!