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Go Leopards! Tyler Jones set a career best and was third in the discus at the UVA Invitational.
Tyler Jones set a career best and was third in the discus at the UVA Invitational.

April 18, 2005

EASTON, Pa. (www.lafayette.edu) - Lafayette's track and field squads split up last weekend, with the bulk of the throwers traveling to Charlottesville, Va. for the UVA Invitational and the rest of the squad making the trip to Bucknell for the Bison Outdoor Classic.

Distance runners Nicholas Birosik (31:05.57) and Taryn Landers (37:32.50) qualified for the IC4A and ECAC Championships, respectively, in the 10,000m at Bucknell. Meghan Baker finished third in the 800m with a time of 2:13.49, and Kathleen Schultes was fifth in the 1500m in 4:51.21.

On the men's track, Thomas Blenk was second in the 110m hurdles with a time of 15.01. Colin McDonough placed second in the second flight of the 1500m, in 3:57.75.

The triple jumpers also had productive afternoons. Emily Cholak was third with a distance of 36-2 ¾, and Alison Crowley placed fifth with a personal best of 35-10 ½. Jeffrey Sejour was third in the men's competition after recording a distance of 45-10.

Tyler Jones set a personal record in the discus and finished third at the UVA Invitational with a throw of 159-4. He finished seventh in the shot put (48-11 ¾) and 11th in the hammer (151-0). Jonathan Rowe had a season best showing in the hammer, with a distance of 160-9.

Steve Malloy made the finals in the javelin and was seventh with a throw of 169-9.

 

 

Andrea Cerbie finished seventh in the hammer with a career high of 135-5. Daria Szkwarko also placed seventh, with a height of 10-6 in the pole vault.

UVA Invitational

Women's Results

Pole Vault
7. Daria Szkwarko (10-6)

Shot Put
11. Andrea Cerbie (37-4 ½)
12. Pamela Glennon (36-9 ¾)

Discus
24. Ashley Harbin (98-7)
26. Andrea Cerbie (94-5)

Hammer
7. Andrea Cerbie (135-5)
--. Ashley Harbin (foul)

Javelin
12. Lori Cooper (113-11)

Men's Results

Shot Put
7. Tyler Jones (48-11 ¾)

Discus
3. Tyler Jones (159-4)

Hammer
8. Jonathan Rowe (160-9)
11. Tyler Jones (151-0)

Javelin
7. Steve Malloy (169-9)

Bison Outdoor Classic

Women's Results

100m
17. Vanessa Youngs - 12.98
29. Ashley Sanders - 13.35

200m
13. Vanessa Youngs - 26.31
31. Ashley Sanders - 27.67

400m
7. Lauren Phelps - 1:00.33
9. Kathleen Evangelista - 1:00.54

800m
3. Meghan Baker - 2:13.49
14. Brittany Waldron - 2:19.08
27. Hannah Tuson - 2:22.97
38. Kathleen Schultes - 2:26.95

1500m
5. Kathleen Schultes - 4:51.21
31. Autumn Karwiel - 5:31.26

3000m
10. Devon Landers - 10:58.02
11. Meghan Edwards - 10:58.48
15. Katie Melhado - 11:07.31

10,000m
7. Taryn Landers - 37:32.50

100m Hurdles
13. Kristen Kalinowski - 15.66
16. Alison Crowley - 15.88
22. Monika Sajduk - 17.06
25. Leigh Kalinowski - 17.28

400m Hurdles
6. Deborah Fink - 1:04.72

3000m Steeplechase
13. Lindsay Bryant - 11:40.33
21. Frances Morro - 11:55.21

High Jump
11. Leigh Kalinowksi (4-11)
21. Danielle Sliva (4-9)
21. Emily Battersby (4-9)
21. Kristen Kalinowski (4-9)

Long Jump
10. Emily Cholak (16-10)
27. Monika Sajduk (14-11 ½)

Triple Jump
3. Emily Cholak (36-2 ¾)
5. Alison Crowley (35-10 ½)

Men's Results

100m
14. James Strada - 11.30

200m
41. Andre Alleyne - 23.90

800m
21. Peter Reynolds - 1:58.68
25. Tucker Reardon - 1:58.97
35. Colin McDonough - 1:59.60
69. Daniel Kucz - 2:05.76

1500m
2. Colin McDonough - 3:57.75
9. Alex Wechsler - 4:04.81
13. Gregory Swiatocha - 4:07.16
34. Timothy Creelman - 4:14.46
42. John Paul Botti - 4:20.38

5000m
44. Kevin Penderghest - 15:10.35
56. Edward Dutch - 15:23.14
94. Kevin Cunningham - 16:15.25

10,000m
9. Nicholas Birosik - 31:05.57

110m Hurdles
2. Thomas Blenk - 15.01

400m Hurdles
8. Justin Blaum - 55.77

4x100m Relay
11. Lafayette (Strada, Blaum, Sejour, Blenk) - 45.50

High Jump
10. Adam Callaghan (5-11 ¼)
NH. Jeffrey Silvan

Pole Vault
NH. Ross Creed

Long Jump
22. Michael Berginc (17-8 ¼)

Triple Jump
3. Jeffrey Sejour (45-10)

Shot Put
14. Andrew Brown (45-8)

Javelin
19. John Seniszyn (154-10)

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