Mount St. Mary's Track and Field Heads to Bucknell Team Challenge

Mount St. Mary's Track and Field Heads to Bucknell Team Challenge

at Bucknell Team Challenge
Saturday, April 22


The Mount St. Mary's men's and women's outdoor track and field teams return to action on Saturday at the Bucknell Team Challenge.

LAST TIME OUT:  The Mount competed at the George Mason Spring Invitational with Natalia Hinton breaking a 24-year old Mount record in the long jump to lead the way.  Kelly Yanucil won the javelin while Elissa Ingram finished first in the college division of the pole vault.  Chase Boyle grabbed first place in the hammer throw to pace the men's team. For full recap, click HERE.

LAST YEAR AT BUCKNELL: Brian Sagendorf won the javelin to pace the Mount last year at the Bucknell Team Challenge.  Sagendorf had a PR toss of 63.20m (207' 4") to win the javelin for the Mountaineers.  Julian Woods had a strong performance, finishing in second place in both the 110m hurdles (14.52) and the 400m hurdles (49.15).  Josh Poole finished in third place in the 400m (49.15) while Chase Boyle finished fourth with a personal record in the hammer throw (55.81m).  Nick Fransham won the 5,000m while Scott Baker was third while Brenden Chavis had a PR while finishing sixth in the hammer throw with a mark of 54.49m.

For the women, Jessica Whitmore finished in second place in the 100m dash (12.30).  Natalia Hinton finished third in the 100m hurdles (14.83) and fourth in the long jump (5.49m, 18' 0.25') while Virginia Owusu-Mainoo finished fifth in both the discus (38.16m) and shot put (12.36m).  Mariah McLane was fourth in the 400m dash with a PR time of 58.09 while the 4x100m relay team finished in fourth place (48.12).

UP NEXT: The Mount will compete at the Penn Relays and the Red Flash Open next week.