Leopard Men Place Fourth in Patriot League Championships

Go Leopards! Lafayette men place fourth at Patriot League Championships.
Lafayette men place fourth at Patriot League Championships.

Feb. 21, 2010

West Point, N.Y. -

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The Lafayette men's track and field team finished fourth overall at the Patriot League Championships with 76 points. The Lafayette women's finished in seventh place with 30 points.

Senior Kyle Clayton placed first in the 200m dash with a school record time of 21.99 while Nick DeRosa was a second behind (22.19) placing second and setting a personal best.

Kelly Clyde placed fourth for the Leopards in the 60m dash with a time of 8.05 while freshman Jill Dozier finished in seventh (8.15). Clyde also clocked in with a time of 26.39, placing sixth.

Senior Sean Casey finished second in the 500m dash with a time of 1:05.21. Sophomore Chris Pregler placed fourth overall in the 800m run (1:55.24).

Allison Hawkey clocked in with a time of 2:19.26, placing her fourth in the 800m run. Junior Margaret Bruno-Metzger also placed fourth in the one mile run with a time of 5:05.99 and fifth in the 3000m run (10:23.18).

The men's 4x400m relay team of DeRosa, Clayton, Adam Ballester and Bradley Williams placed third with a time of 3.23.49. The women's 4x400m relay team of Clyde, Adedayo Adu, Megan Matusky and Kyara Gray also placed third with a time of 4:01.56.

In the men's distant medley relay team of Chris Parker, Chris Pregler, Ryan Stasiowski and Casey were second with an IC4A qualifying time of 10:09.48.

Sophomore Nick Henderson had a personal best in the pole vault (15'3") finishing second overall.

Adding sixth place finishes were junior Jennifer Kihm in the pole vault and the distance medley relay team of Julissa Muschlitz, Chelsea Marone, Allison Hawkey and Jennifer St. Onge (12:57.53).

 

 

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