McDonough and Vail IC4A Qualifiers at Armory Invitational

Go Leopards! Junior thrower Jonathan Rowe set a personal record in the weight at the Armory.
Junior thrower Jonathan Rowe set a personal record in the weight at the Armory.

Jan. 29, 2005

NEW YORK, N.Y. (www.lafayette.edu) - Colin McDonough and Brian Vail both made IC4A qualifying times, and Jonathan Rowe, already an IC4A qualifier, improved his distance in the weight throw at the Armory Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 29 in New York.

McDonough turned in a time of 2:29.80 to win the 1000m, while Vail was third in the 500m at 1:04.95. Vail, a freshman, has already qualified in the 800m. Rowe's toss of 56-8 ½ was good for second in the weight.

Emily Cholak was second in both the long jump (17-1 ¼) and triple jump (36-7) to lead the Lafayette women. Pamela Glennon was third in the shot put with a distance of 40-11 ¾, and Daria Szkwarko registered a height of 10-0 to take fifth in the pole vault. Deborah Fink (500m), Meghan Baker (800m) and Brittany Waldron (1000m) all brought home fifth-place finishes as well.

The Leopard men received a strong performance in the field events from Jeffrey Sejour, who won the triple jump at 44-5 ¼. Michael DeGregorio was third in the shot put (45-3), and Andrew Brown was fourth (44-11). Adam Callaghan was fourth in the high jump with a leap of 6-2 ¾.

Alex Wechsler (fourth, 1000m) and Richard Jackson (fifth, 500m) pushed McDonough and Vail in their events. Gregory Swiatocha was fifth in the mile in 4:30.66, while Thomas Blenk ran the 60m hurdles in 8.59 seconds for another fifth-place showing.

 

 

Lafayette had two women compete in the Lehigh Multis, also held on Saturday. Leigh Kalinowski was fourth in the indoor pentathlon with 2825 points, and Monika Sajduk was seventh with 2651 points.

Complete Results - http://www.armorytrack.com/in05/princeton.htm

Women's Results

Team
1. Princeton - 223.5
2. Navy - 152
3. Rider - 77.5
4. La Salle - 55
5. Lafayette - 39

5000m
6. Mary Gillis - 18:40.09
7. Frances Morro - 18:54.88

60m Hurdles
7. Alison Crowley - 9.48

Mile
12. Kathleen Schultes - 5:17.76

400m
6. Meredith Cohen - 1:01.03

800m
5. Meghan Baker - 2:20.46

500m
5. Deborah Fink - 1:19.22
10. Mary Rollyson - 1:20.93

1000m
5. Brittany Waldron - 3:01.73
12. Autumn Karwiel - 3:31.79

200m
5. Vanessa Youngs - 26.62
15. Ashley Sanders - 27.92

3000m
13. Lindsay Bryant - 11:01.17
14. Meghan Edwards - 11:05.96

4x400
4. Lafayette College - 4:08.31

Weight Throw
8. Ashley Harbin (43-8 ¾)
14. Andrea Cerbie (39-1 ¼)
18. Pamela Glennon (27-10 ¼)

Shot Put
3. Pamela Glennon (40-11 ¾)
15. Ashley Harbin (34-11)
17. Andrea Cerbie (30-4 ½)

Pole Vault
5. Daria Szkwarko (10-0)
8. Tobie Langsam (9-0 ¼)

Long Jump
2. Emily Cholak (17-1 ¼)

High Jump
8. Danielle Silva (4-10 ½)
10. Emily Battersby (4-10 ½)

Triple Jump
2. Emily Cholak (36-7)
9. Alison Crowley (35-4)

Men's Results

Team
1. Princeton - 201
2. Rider - 149
3. La Salle - 138
4. Lafayette - 91

60m Hurdles
5. Thomas Blenk - 8.59
7. Daniel Sheehan - 8.87
8. Ever Ruiz - 8.88

Mile
5. Gregory Swiatocha - 4:30.66

800m
7. Peter Reynolds - 1:57.12
9. Matthew Taverna - 2:00.55
10. Gregory Corcoran - 2:00.90
16. Daniel Kucz - 2:12.51

500m
3. Brian Vail - 1:04.95
5. Richard Jackson - 1:05.72
10. Justin Blaum - 1:07.61

1000m
1. Colin McDonough - 2:29.80
4. Alex Wechsler - 2:30.96
8. Tucker Reardon - 2:37.75

200m
14. Andre Alleyne - 23.70
15. Thomas Blenk - 23.72
19. Ever Ruiz - 24.11

3000m
11. Nickolas Baldwin - 9:05.17

4x400m
5. Lafayette - 3:24.53

Weight Throw
2. Jonathan Rowe (56-8 ½)
6. Michael DeGregorio (49-5 ¾)

Shot Put
3. Michael DeGregorio (45-3)
4. Andrew Brown (44-11)

Pole Vault
NH. Kyle Doran
NH. Ross Creed

Long Jump
9. Ever Ruiz (20-0 ½)
10. Jeffrey Sejour (20-0)
11. Jeffrey Silvan (19-2 ¾)
12. Michael Berginc (18-2 ½)

High Jump
4. Adam Callaghan (6-2 ¾)
NH. Jeffrey Silvan

Triple Jump
1. Jeffrey Sejour (44-5 ¼)

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