Men’s and women’s track and field teams excel at Barton Hall

first_imgAfter a four-week breather, the Orange track and field team continued their season at the Cornell Southern Tier Collegiate Invitational at Barton Hall in Ithaca.In the women’s 3000-meter race, freshman Emily Nugent took first place with a final time of 10:42.14 minutes. Behind her, in third place, was Maggie Toczko, who finished with a 10:59.11.The women’s long distance team finished first through fifth place in the 1000-meter, with Abigail Walsh clocking in at first with 3:11.99 minutes. Less than a second behind her was Kate Kemnitz (3:12.55), who placed second, while Kelsey Potts (3:13.74), Kayli Jones (3:13.76) and Bearett Tarris (3:17.01) filled out the top five.The Orange women’s 4×400-meter relay, a team consisting of Cheyenne Trigg, Shaleah Colaire, Eunice Boateng and Bearett Tarris, logged a 3:55.51 minute total and bagged first place.Colaire also earned first place in the 60-meter hurdles and posted an 8.77 second time. The freshman also earned first for 60-meter hurdles for her debut in December at the Cornell Greg Page Relays.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe SU’s men’s team fared just as well with Orange freshmen placing first through fourth in the men’s 800-meter race. Chase Balick placed first with 2:03.02 minutes, while Connor Preson (2:03.70) finished closely behind in second, and Ryan Jermyn (2:06.42) gained third place. Austin Rucker (2:08.26) fell behind to place fourth in the 800-meter.SU’s men’s 4×400-meter relay team finished in first after ending with a time of 3:30.26 minutes. The relay crew consisted of Jamil Adams, Andrew Aguilera, Jordan Davenport and Chase Balick.Junior Tyler Garland placed first in 60-meter hurdles with 8.01 seconds, while Jamil Adams (8.09) fell behind for second place and Naseem Smith (8.26) finished at third.For the men’s 3000-meter race, SU’s Matthew Dragon finished in third place after finishing at 9:37.65.Syracuse’s men and women’s track and field teams will look to improve on Jan. 24th and 25th when they head to competitions in Boston, New York and Ithica Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 11, 2020 at 6:32 pm Contact Christopher: [email protected] | @chrisscargslast_img

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