Track & Field Team
Director of Timing & HS Track & Field
212-923-1803 Ext. 7036
Tim Fulton has worked at the Armory for numerous years, acting as webmaster for ArmoryTrack.com from 2004 through 2011. He now directs all timing and results operations, oversees the Armory season schedule, acts as meet director for all major high school invitationals and is the chief meet organizer for the NYRR Millrose Games. He previously coached high school and college track and field and cross country from 1996 to 2013 – winning a NY State XC title in 2004 and coaching over 25 All-American’s
manager of social media & Digital Media
212-923-1803 Ext. 7048
Billy Cvecko started with the Armory in April, 2018. Before his arrival to the Armory, Billy worked with The San Diego Padres at Fox Sports, The Pittsburgh Pirates & Penguins at Root Sports and traveled the country covering cross country and track & field with MileSplit and FloTrack.
Nicknamed “The Toad”, Cvecko started his collegiate track career at Penn State Behrend and then finished his Undergraduate Degree in Communications while competing for the Nittany Lions after transferring to Penn State University. He then went on to Syracuse University where he graduated with his Masters Degree in Television, Radio & Film while competing for the Orange in his last year of athletic eligibility.
Director of Operations
212-923-1803 Ext. 7043
Tom Healy joined the Armory in September of 2006 after having worked with the Police Athletic League, which is located in the same facility as The Armory. Prior to the PAL, Tom was employed at his town’s recreation department as a program/event coordinator, overseeing youth sports programs and community events.
SOCIAL MEDIA / CONTENT COORDINATOR
212-923-1803 Ext. 7047
Mikeisha joined the Armory in July, 2019. As the Social Media and Content Coordinator, Mikeisha is a renaissance woman with a passion in storytelling.
Mikeisha completed her undergraduate degree in Communications at Manhattan College. While at Manhattan, she competed for the Jaspers for the duration of her collegiate track career.
Prior to working at the Armory, Mikeisha worked in the Sports Communication Department at Manhattan College, WABC-TV and Rubenstein Public Relations.
When she isn’t working, you can find Mikeisha taking photos on her polaroid, binge watching Netflix or having a dance battle on the dance floor.
Assistant Director of Timing
212-923-1803 Ext. 7030
Lex moved to New York City from Philadelphia to work at the Armory at the start of the 2015-16 season. Lex is the assistant director of timing and the assistant track and field meet manager for all Armory run events. Before starting at the Armory, he worked for the MileSplit affiliate PennTrack XC from 2008-2015, starting as an Associate Webmaster before spending his last two years as the Webmaster. Lex coached for two seasons at Archbishop Carroll High School in Radnor, PA, and was an assistant coach at Penn Charter in Philadelphia.
212-923-1803 Ext. 7031
Rob Moschetta has worked at the Armory for over 22 years, he is the music director and indoor track season production manager. He is the bridge of the Armory to network television and other web based broadcasting networks. Rob and his production team of over 20 individuals bring the sights and unique sounds of the Armory to life. He oversees the visuals on the arena jumbotron, the user experience of live events on Armorytrack.com and brings the beats (the music while you run at the Armory) to every track meet. He has been in the DJ entertainment business for over 30 years and has performed at over 6,500 events. He previously taught H.S. Science at the secondary level at Fordham Preparatory School and has a Master’s in Education.
His Armory claims to fame include
Directing music and all in house AV productions for every Millrose Games held at the Armory.
Producing the music sequence when Alan Webb broke the H.S Mile in 2001.
Producing the music & video sequence when Drew Hunter broke Alan Webb’s record in 2016.
Being the DJ for Natasha Hastings at her Prom for A.P Randolph H.S.
Track & Field editor
Owen joined The Armory in August 2018 after graduating from Oberlin College. He is responsible for producing The Armory’s written material, including newsletters, press releases, and the annual yearbook. A New York City native, Owen ran at The Armory throughout high school, before going on to compete for Oberlin’s cross country and track teams.
IT Support Manager
Carlos grew up in Washington Heights and received a bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems at CUNY Lehman. He joined the Armory Foundation as an ambassador and started helping with the technology in the building. During track season he helped with the registration of members who used the track and provided both IT and AV support. He's been a part of the team since 2008.
Assistant Director of Track & Field
212-923-1803 Ext. 7028
Aaron enters his second year at the Armory and first as the Assistant Director of Track & Field. He oversees all track & field finances and is the director of the high school track & field camp. He comes to the Armory after receiving a Master's Degree in Business & Science in Kinesiology & Sports Management from Rutgers University. Originally from Provo, Utah, he was a member of the Brigham Young University track & field and cross country teams from 2005-2009. Aaron also coached high school track & field and cross country for 5 years at Westlake High School in Saratoga Springs, UT where his 2013 boys cross country team was ranked #24 nationally.
Bassett W. A. Thompson
Director of Track and Field
212-923-1803 Ext. 7011
Bassett Thompson began his career in track and field as a PSAL meet director, having earned a master level USATF official certification in 1996, before joining the Armory staff in 2008 as an assistant manager. In 2011 he became the Armory’s director of track and field. Bassett also serves as the PSAL Commissioner of Cricket.