Men's Track & Field: Hens Impress In Short Distance In Final Multi-Dual

Men's Track & Field: Hens Impress In Short Distance In Final Multi-Dual

CLAREMONT, CA. – The Pomona-Pitzer Men's Track and Field Team came out of their final SCIAC Multi-Dual with one victory out of three on Saturday afternoon, taking down Caltech 151-7 but losing to Redlands 93-70 and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 90-73.

"We had a number of highlights today and a number of our guys really stepped up and performed well to close out the multi-dual schedule," said Head Coach Jordan Carpenter. "With the conference championship just two weeks away, and having enough dual meet victories, we held out a number of our top athletes to ensure that they are healthy and fresh for the championship meet coming up. I think we have a great team this year that has a lot more depth than the teams of the past few years. I think that if we compete well at the championship meet in two weeks we will be in the mix for the SCIAC Title."

Hugo Ward and Peter Davis took second and third, respectively, in the 5000 Meter Run, as Ward clocked in at 15:30.72 while Davis finished at 15:36.39. In the 1500m, Nicholas Borowsky took third overall at 4:01.22.

The 4x100m Relay Team of Alexander Bartone, Faraaz Rashidi, Ryan Abele, and Daniel Tamkin took second overall at 42.26 and set the fifth-fastest time in program history. Bartone also competed in the 400m dash and took third overall at 51.19. Rashidi took second in the 100m dash at 11.13 while Abele took third at 11.21.

Later in the 200m Dash, Abele took second overall at 22.34 while Rashidi continued his impressive showing at the multi-dual with a third place finish at 22.39.

The Sagehens took three of the top-five spots in the 800m run as Carter Floyd finished second overall at 1:53.82. Kellen Browning took third at 1:55.49 and Nathan Gallatin took fourth at 1:55.75.

Lucas White Moon won the Long Jump event with a personal best 6.62m mark. Calvin Aylward impressed with a first-place finish in the Javelin Throw, posting a mark of 55.68m.

Cal Neikirk made his season debut in the pole vault, taking third overall at 4.40m, the ninth-best mark in program history.

Up Next: The Sagehens will compete next at the SCIAC Championships hosted by University of Redlands from Friday, April 27 to Saturday, April 28 at 2 p.m.