Release Date: 2/10/08
For Immediate Release: Men and Women win CTC meet
New Haven- The Mansfield men's and women's track team won the CTC meet in New Haven this weekend. "We had an awesome meet," coach Mike Rohl said. "Every body ran their best races, we had a goal to win and we did."
The women won with a score of 139 beating Adelphi who had 112 while the men finished with 135 beating Montclair State which had 119
For the women, Amanda Fedish finished in sixth place in the 55 meter dash with a time of 7.78. Freshman Ryan Kelly won the 400 with a time of 59.03 while Erica Ferguson finished sixth with a time of 1:02.86. Kelly also won the 500 with a time of 1:22.80.
Irene Primmer ran a personal best and qualified for the conference meet in the mile. She finished with a time of 5:22.66. Sarah Pinkowski finished in eighth place with a time of 5:46.66. Primmer finished in third place in the 800 with a time of 2:30.30.
Primmer ran a personal best in the 1000 as well with a 3:10.93 to finish in third place. Katie Foster also ran a personal best with a time of 3:19.10
The 4x200 Relay team of Janelle Toter, Fedish, Jessica Allyn and Abbie Waltz finished second with a time of 1:49.72.
Senior Katrina Brumfield took fourth in the high jump with a jump of 5 feet 1 inch while Abby Gaiotti took fourth in the pole vault.
Ferguson took sixth place in the long jump and Foster finished in sixth place in the triple jump. Foster qualified for the conference meet in the high jump and the pentathlon.
Victor Garcia qualified for the conference meet in the 400 with a time of 50.77. He also won the 500 with a personal best time of 1:06.42 while Bryan Falcone finished third with a time of 1:08.83
Chris Cummings won the mile with a time of 4:17.78 while John-Mark Stoltz took the third with a time of 4:21.28. Stoltz's time was a personal best and is a conference qualifier. In the 3000, Cummings broke his own school record with a time of 8:34.69 and win the race. Stoltz finished in second with a time of 8:51.33 to qualify for conference.
Dave Sanford finished in second place in the 800 with a time of 1:56.49 while Blake Smith qualified for conference with a time of 1:58.30. Sanford also took second place in the1000 with a time of 2:31.69 while Sean Vollenweider finished in fifth. Sanford was one second from breaking the record that he set last year.
The 4x4 relay team of Mason Teribury, Falcone, Garcia and Sanford qualified for conference with a time of 3:31.79. The team finished in fifth place.