Montclair Immaculate Student-Athletes have a long standing tradition of Success both in the classroom and on the field of play.
Dominique and Isaiah exemplify the student-athlete success of Montclair Immaculate Lions
Dominique Booker, IC Class of 2010 from East Orange, New Jersey, was one of Immaculate Conception High School's best athletes. She was the NJ 55 Meter Dash Champion for the 2009 indoor track season and set a new meet record of 6.92! Dominique holds the #1 time in the nation! Dominque set 11 school, six conference, four county and three state records and was named to the all-county and all-state teams as a senior at Immaculate Conception High School. She was honored as the All-County MVP in 2010 and was named to the all-county, all-state and all-conference teams and team MVP all four years. She ran the 55m in personal-best 6.92 as a junior.
Dominique was a 2011 NCAA Indoor All-American (60 Meters, 200 Meters). She finished 10th in the preliminaries of the 60 meters and 15th in the prelims of the 200 meters. In the outdoor season, she ran the first leg for the C-USA Outdoor Championships with the relay squad.Coverage of Dominique's success was covered in the following papers:The Star Ledger Sports Illustrated
Isaiah Harris of Orange, NJ, IC Class of 2010, finished 22nd at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on June 8, 2012. He competed in the triple jump event at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. He finished 22nd, with his best jump measuring 15.22m (49-11.25). He qualified for the championships after jumping 15.57m at the NCAA East Regional, the first Saint Peter's College Peacock to ever accomplish such a feat.
Harris was a three time MAAC Champion and won the Indoor & Outdoor High Jump titles, as well as the Triple Jump title Outdoors. He became the Peacock's first post season scorer, by placing 4th in the IC4A Triple Jump with a mark of 14.89 meters. He holds the SPC record of 2.09 (6'10.25) in the High Jump.
Head Coach Mike Massone said, "The NCAA Championships gave Isaiah the opportunity to realize that he could compete at the highest level of college track and field." He added, "Being only a sophomore, I am certain that he will return to this stage and be a major factor in future seasons."