4x800m Relay Team Wins Title at Armory Collegiate Invitational

Go Leopards! Lafayette's men's 4x800m relay team won the Armory Collegiate Invitational.
Lafayette's men's 4x800m relay team won the Armory Collegiate Invitational.

Feb. 6, 2005

EASTON, Pa. (www.lafayette.edu) - Lafayette's men's 4x800m relay team won the Armory Collegiate Invitational and qualified for the IC4A championships to highlight a weekend of action on the track. The Leopards were in action at the Armory in New York City, and the DeSchriver Invitational at East Stroudsburg on Saturday and Sunday.

The relay squad of Peter Reynolds, Alex Wechsler, Colin McDonough and Brian Vail scorched the track with a time of 7:46.87 to win the college division title.

Jonathan Rowe had an impressive showing in the weight at the Armory, coming in seventh with a toss of 52-11 ½.

At the DeSchriver Invitational, Michael DeGregorio was second in the weight (51-2) and third in the shot put (47-6), with Andrew Brown (47-1) placing fourth in the shot. Jeffrey Sejour finished fourth in the triple jump with a distance of 44-6. Gregory Swiatocha was fourth in the mile.

In the women's shot, Pamela Glennon was second with a distance of 40-4. Tobie Langsam placed third in the pole vault with a height of 9-6, and Autumn Karwiel finished third in the 1000m with a time of 3:28.93.

 

 

Armory Collegiate Invitational

Women's Results

3000m
12. Kathleen Schultes - 10:23.95
21. Frances Morro - 10:48.61

1000m
11. Brittany Waldron - 3:01.55

400m
78. Mary Rollyson - 1:02.10

60m Hurdles (prelims)
Alison Crowley - 9.79

60m (prelims)
Ashley Sanders - 8.52

800m
32. Deborah Fink - 2:19.74
36. Meghan Baker - 2:20.84

200m (prelims)
Vanessa Youngs - 27.41

Triple Jump
t-15. Emily Cholak (35-4 ½)

5000m
12. Taryn Landers - 18:10.49
15. Lindsay Bryant - 18:35.63
17. Amanda Lalley - 18:38.25
18. Devon Landers - 18:46.55

Men's Results

500m
15. Richard Jackson - 1:06.14
22. Greg Corcoran - 1:07.89

1000m
19. Matthew Taverna - 2:34.33

4x800m
1. Lafayette - 7:46.87
(Peter Reynolds, Alex Wechsler, Colin McDonough, Brian Vail)

Weight
7. Jonathan Rowe (52-11 ½)

60m Hurdles (prelims)
Ever Ruiz - 8.84
Daniel Sheehan - 8.81

800m
56. Greg Corcoran - 2:01.49
61. Aaron Buchman - 2:03.45

DeSchriver Invitational

Women's Results

1000m
3. Autumn Karwiel - 3:28.93

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

Pole Vault
3. Tobie Langsam (9-6)

Shot Put
2. Pamela Glennon (40-4)
5. Andrea Cerbie (38-8)
7. Ashley Harbin (36-4)

Men's Results

55m
15. Andre Alleyne - 6.85

200m
11. Andre Alleyne - 23.80

Mile
4. Gregory Swiatocha - 4:32.38

800m
17. Matthew Puglisi - 2:05.98

5000m
16. John Paul Botti - 16:34.47
17. Kevin Cunningham - 16:36.57

High Jump
8. Jeffrey Silvan (5-10)

Pole Vault
NH. Ross Creed
NH. Kyle Doran

Long Jump
ND. Jeffrey Silvan
ND. Michael Berginc

Triple Jump
4. Jeffrey Sejour (44-6)

Weight
2. Michael DeGregorio (51-2)

Shot Put
3. Michael DeGregorio (47-6)
4. Andrew Brown (47-1)

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