Josh Seeherman is a civil engineer up in Boston. A former 400m runner for the host Penn Quakers and still an active runner for the Greater Boston Track Club, Seeherman brings an enthusiasm that is either infectious or annoying, depending on individual taste. Despite being three or four decades younger than the rest of the Relays' serious track historians, he thinks he can discuss the 400m semifinals of the Melbourne Olympics of 1952 with the best of them, even though he can't. Seeherman, along with Sands, are the main event bloggers. His favorite moment at the Penn Relays was watching his high school alma mater (Newton North, Mass.) win the DMR in 2005, especially cool since his high school coach had been part of a winning college 4x400 for Villanova in 1959.