Only one American state allows the hammer throw in high school track and field and it’s coincidentally Marthaline Cooper’s home state of Rhode Island. Cooper, the Winthrop sophomore standout, is competing this week in the NCAA championships in Oregon.
Only one American state allows the hammer throw in high school track and field and it’s coincidentally Marthaline Cooper’s home state of Rhode Island. Cooper, the Winthrop sophomore standout, is competing this week in the NCAA championships in Oregon. Photo by Jack Frost, Winthrop Athletics Media Relations
Only one American state allows the hammer throw in high school track and field and it’s coincidentally Marthaline Cooper’s home state of Rhode Island. Cooper, the Winthrop sophomore standout, is competing this week in the NCAA championships in Oregon. Photo by Jack Frost, Winthrop Athletics Media Relations