Indoor Track & Field - 2007-08 Season: Did not compete for the Blue Hens. 2008-09 Season: Member of 4x800 meter relay team that won the John Covert Classic in 8:04.76 and finished 15th at the IC4A Championships in 7:42.87 • member of distance medley relay team that finished second in the New Balance Invitational in 10:13.41 and competed in the IC4A Championships • won the 3000 meters at the Delaware Invitational in 9:05.08 • ran the 1000 meters in 2:31.64 at the NYU Fastrack Invitational and the mile in 4:25.32 at the Thomson Invitational.
Outdoor Track & Field - Three-year letterwinner for the Blue Hens. 2008 Season: Member of distance medley relay team that finished in 10:28.05 at the Penn Relays • member of 4x800 meter relay team that finished in 8:05.22 at the Rider Invitational • ran the 800 meters in 1:58.47 at the Lehigh Games • ran the 1500 meters in 4:02.50 to finish 17th at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships. 2009 Season: Member of 4x800 meter relays that finished ninth at the IC4A Championships with a school-record time of 7:32.89 • 4x800 meter relay team also finished the Penn Relays in 7:39.25 • member of the distance medley relay that finished the Penn Relays in 10:04.30 • won the 1500 meters at the Towson Invitational in 4:03.68 • won the 800 meters in 1:57.23 at the Rider Invitational • ran the 800 meters in 1:53.56 at the Swarthmore Invitational, the fastest time in the event by a Blue Hen. 2010 Season: Member of 4x800 meter relay team that finished 12th in 7:34.18 at the IC4A Championships • 4x800 meter relay team also placed 13th in 7:38.27 at the Penn Relays • member of distance medley relay team that placed 17th in 10:00.31 at the Penn Relays • member of 4x400 meter relay team that captured its event at the Delaware Open II • ran the 400 meters in 52.57 at the Delaware Open II and the 800 meters in 1:54.40 at the Delaware Open I.
High School: Member of track and field team at Jenkintown High School.
Personal: Nate Twer • son of Doran Twer and Marguerite Del Giudice • philosophy major at Delaware.