|Hometown:||Honeoye Falls, N.Y.|
|High School:||Honeoye Falls-Lima|
Sophomore (2011-2012):Mangan had a strong cross country season, highlighted with a 21st place finish at Heps, helping the Big Green to a third-place team finish. Finished 4th at the Dartmouth invitational and 60th at the NCAA Div. 1 Northeast Regional. In track, Mangan ran a personal-best of 3:45.36 at Princeton's Larry Ellis Invitational. Mangan advanced to the quarterfinals in the 1500m at the NCAA Div. 1 East Regional. Recipient of the Carl Wallin Coach's Award.
Freshman (2010-11): In his first season, Mangan proved he could compete at the top level ... finished sixth in the 1,500 meters at the Ivy Outdoor track and field Heps with a time of 3:59.03 ... was the Big Green's top finisher in the event.
Before Dartmouth: A four-year letterwinner and captain in track and field, cross country, and nordic skiing at Honeoye Falls-Lima ... from 2006-2007, Mangan led his team to cross-country, skiing and track and field state titles ... received an individual state title on the Section 5 1600 track and field run in 2008 ... from 2008-2009, he won individual state titles for both the 1600m and 500m, as well as contributing to a state championship in nordic skiing ... from 2009-2010, Mangan led Honeoye Falls-Lima to both cross-country and skiing state titles ... all four years at Honeoye Falls-Lima, he was awarded first team All-Greater Rochester for cross country.
Personal: Steven Mangan is the son of Tim and Ann Mangan and his sister, Audrey, skied at Harvard from 2006-2010.
|3000m||8:23.21* (Dart. Relays - 1/12/14)|
|5000m||14:19.11 (Prin-Howell - 4/4/14)|
|1500m||3:45.88 (NB 2 - 5/17/14)|
|5000m||14:33.66 (Howell - 4/5/13)|
|1500m||3:46.32 (NB I - 5/1/13)|
|2011-12 Top Performances
|2010-11 Top Performances
|1500m||3:49.10||NBB I - 5-14-11|
|800m||1:53.84||Prin/Ellis - 4-23-11|
|High School PRs|
|1600 m||4:12.87||NY State Meet 6/12/10|
|3200 m||9:45.37||Monroe County Meet 5/22/10|
Q & A with Steve
I chose Dartmouth because it wasn't like other Ivies that were located in cities and payed little attention to undergraduates. Dartmouth is small enough and is surrounded by wilderness.
How long have you been running cross country and what got you interested in cross country?
I've run cross-country since 7th grade. My dad and my older sister both run, so that's what got me interested.
Tell me something interesting about you that might come as a surprise to your teammates.
There isn't much they don't already know, but maybe some of them don't know I played the drums in high school.
What are your future plans, if any?
My future plans are just to rev it up in xc and track for the next 4 years. After that, I'm not all that sure what I'll be doing. Hopefully in 4 years I'll know.