Twin runners from Fox Chapel headed to Michigan
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Published: Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, 8:33 p.m.
Fraternal twin brothers Ethan and Colin Martin won't be separated in college, either.
The Fox Chapel seniors will run cross country and long-distance track events at the same college after both gave a verbal commitment to Michigan on Tuesday night.
The Martins, who accepted a partial scholarship, also considered Penn and Virginia.
Ethan won WPIAL and PIAA titles in the 3,200-meter run last year. He also was the WPIAL Class AAA runner-up in cross country as a junior.
Colin took fifth in WPIAL cross country last fall and was third in the 3,200.
— Bill Beckner Jr.
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