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NCSN Men's College Track

Saints men roll on with victory in home invitational

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A St. Lawrence University pole vaulter completes his third attempt in the event at the Saints Invitational. Nick Crawford from Ogdensburg, NY won three individual events and ran on a winning relay to lead the Saints to a one-sided victory in the eight-team invitational at the Newell Field House on Saturday.   (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Jan 18: Sophomore Nick Crawford won three individual events and ran on a winning relay team to lead St. Lawrence University's men's indoor track and field team to a one-sided victory in the eight-team St. Lawrence Indoor Invitational at the Newell Field House on Saturday. Crawford started his day with a win in the high jump, clearing 1.98 meters on his second try at the height. He then won the 400 meters in 50.11 seconds, meeting ECAC qualifying standards and came back to win the 200 meters in 22.80. He finished out his day, worth 32.5 points to the Saints in the team score, with a solid second position leg on the 4x200 relay which won in 1:32.57, just two seconds off the Saint team record. SLU finished the meet with 186 points with Brockport second with 155 and Ottawa third with 123 in a ten team field. Senior sprinter Omaru Kabia also had a strong performance for the Saints, winning the 60 in 7.20 seconds and anchoring the 4x200 meter team while his sophomore brother Alimamy won the long jump with a 6.47 meter jump and was third in the triple just at 12.78 meters. Other members of the 4x200 team were Adrian Wilson and Karim Creary. Other Saint winners in Saturday's meet included senior Brendan Courneene, who won the 5000 meters in 15:45.28, sophomore Harrison Sloan, who won the 800 in 1:55.82, freshman Joe Smith, who captured the 1000 in 2:37.72 and junior Scott Smolensky, who won the 3000 meters in 8:48.38 with rookie Thomas Caulfield second. Wesley Kirui was third in the mile with Spencer Patterson finishing sixth and Kirui came back to take third in the 1000 with Patterson finishing fourth. Creary was third in the 60 and fourth in the triple jump in addition to his relay finish while Wilson was fifth in the 400 and third in the 200. Scott Kasson was sixth in both the shot and the weight for the Saints while Brian Kane added a third in the high jump. The Saint Distance Medley Relay was third in 11:46.12 with a team of William Manning, Jon Eng, Alec MacCrory and Smith and the Saint 4x400 relay was fourth.
 


Runners from St. Lawrence University, the University of Ottawa and Carleton College hit the backstretch in the men’s 400-meter dash. Ottawa’s Wade Embury clocked a 51.56 second finish, just over two seconds ahead of Canton freshman Daniel Viscardi.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

St. Lawrence University’s Brian Kane winds for his second attempt in the shot put event. Scott Kasson won the shot put with a 13.55-meter throw. Kane won the triple jump with a 12.87-meter series in the opening meet.

Dec. 14: St. Lawrence University men's indoor track and field team opened the 2013-14 season with a 194.5-80.5 win over the University of Ottawa in the Saint Holiday Relays at the Newell Field House on Saturday. Spencer Patterson led a one-two-three finish in the mile, winning in 4:34.85 with Adam Bankert second and Robert Brandell third. Harrison Sloan set a meet record in 1:55.69 in winning the 800 with Dennis Korir second and Nick Crawford won the 200 in 22.84 with Adrian Wilson third. Omaru Kabia won the 60 meters in 7.10 with Wilson again third and joined his brother Alimamy, Michael Concannon and Daniel Viscardi on the winning 4x200 relay which ran 1:37.89. The Saints won the distance medley relay with a team of Joshua Ringer, William Manning, Alec MacCrory and Adam Bankert running 11:30.56. The Saint 4x400 relay won in 3:33.69 with a team of Chris Payton, Adrian Wilson, Sloan and Crawford. Viscardi finished second in the 400 meters while Payton was third in the 60 hurdles. In field events, Scott Kasson won the shot put with a 13.55 meter throw and came back to take the weight with a 14.29 meter mark. Brian Kane won the triple jump with a 12.87 meter series with Alimamy Kabia second and Kane was second and Crawford third in the high jump with Payton third in the long jump. The Saints are now off for exams and the holidays and will return to action Jan. 11 at Ottawa.

SUNY plattsburgh men struggle at st. lawrence

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Runners from Utica College (orange), St. Lawrence University (brown), SUNY Plattsburgh (blue) and SUNY Oswego (green) sprint to the finish of the 5K run. The event was won by Utica college closely followed by S.L.U. and SUNY Plattsburgh. S.L.U. won the meet with Brockport second, Ottawa third.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Jan 18: The Plattsburgh State men's indoor track and field team received a top-four finish in the 500-meter dash by sophomore Esa Jessop and a top-five finish in the mile run by freshman Ethan Vinson to earn a seventh-place team finish at the St. Lawrence University Invitational on Saturday. Throughout the day, Plattsburgh State picked up 20 team points. Host institution St. Lawrence won the meet with 186 points while SUNYAC institution The College at Brockport posted a runner-up finish by collecting 155 points. Senior Alex Choi got things started for the Cardinals when he collected 3,364 points to finish fifth in the heptathlon. His best event of the seven turned out to be the high jump where he placed third by producing a leap of 1.78 meters. In the field events, Dan Bennett finished 12th in the shotput throw, making a toss of 11.73 meters. The Plattsburgh, N.Y., product would go on to place seventh in the weight throw after producing a 12.62 meter heave. Nate Harmon (11th, 3.5 meters) and Greg Dentice (12th, 3.05 meters) were the two Plattsburgh State competitors in the pole vault while Ryan Barcomb (10th, 5.71 meters) and Seth Allen (11th, 5.64 meters) took part in the long jump. Freshman cross-country standout Vinson scored the first four team points for the Cardinals by racing to a fifth-place finish (4:34.63) in the mile run. Joe Nichole placed 16th in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 3:04.64. The 3,000-meter run saw sophomore Zach Rose narrowly miss out on a top-ten finish. Rose competed the race in 9:31.23 – good for 11th place. Nichols and Vinson joined forces with Trevor Kent and Christian Whalen to secure a fourth-place finish in the distance medley relay. The quartet finished the relay in 12:00.06. Continuing to build on what was a fine freshman season, sophomore Luke Potash posted a sixth-place finish in the 400-meter dash. His time of 53.28 seconds was good for another pair of team points. In the 500-meter dash, Jessop was bested by just three other student-athletes as he was clocked in a time of 69.63 seconds. After Barcomb finished 15th (7.51 seconds) in the 60-meter dash, Kent posted the top time of seven Plattsburgh State runners who competed in the 800-meter run. He was clocked in 2:05.75. Newcomer Ty Tedford-Bulriss achieved a top-10 finish in the 200-meter dash as his time of 23.87 seconds was the 10th-fastest of the day. Later on, Tedford-Bulriss joined Eric Adams, Roosevelt Clairjour and Joseph Tisbe in a fifth-place performance in the 4x200-meter relay. The foursome posted a time of 1:38.05 in the race. Next week will mark the first two-meet weekend for the indoor squad. Some member of the team will be heading to Boston, Mass., to take part in the Joe Donahue Games at Northeastern University at 4 p.m. on Friday. Others will travel to Clinton, N.Y., to compete at the Hamilton College Invitational which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. next Saturday.

Dec. 7: Sophomore long sprinter Luke Potash placed fifth in the 500-meter dash with a time of 1:09.32 to lead the Plattsburgh State men's indoor track and field team in their first action of the season at the non-team scoring Brockport Early Season Invitational on Saturday. Potash was followed closely by teammate Esa Jessop, who finished one-thousandth of a second behind the Camillus, N.Y., product to earn sixth-place in the event. Potash and Jessop were the top two finishers among the seven competing Plattsburgh State student-athletes in the dash. In other track events, freshmen Roosevelt Clairjour (40.5 seconds) and Joseph Tisbe (40.65) finished 31st and 32nd respectively in the 300-meter dash. The 1,000-meter run saw first-year competitor James Gideon place ninth in a time of 2:54.41. Taking part in the third-longest event in terms of distance in the meet, Dylan Hedderman (ninth, 4:52.47) and Christian Whalen (13th, 5:05.13) represented the Cardinals in the one-mile run. Senior Alex Choi was the sole Plattsburgh State competitor to take part in the 60-meter hurdles, and finished 10th in a time of 9.6 seconds. In the relay races, the 4x200 quartet of Eric Adams, Vaughn Gabbidon, Tisbe and Clairjour placed sixth by being clocked in a time of 1:37.29. Potash, Jessop, Seth Allen and Abdu-Shahid May were the fastest of three Cardinal groups in the 4x400, earning a ninth-place finish in a time of 3:36.31. During the field events, Choi took part in the pole vault where he finished 19th by clearing the 3.5 meter bar. Additionally, the senior attained a 14th-place finish in the long jump, making a leap of 5.89 meters. Freshman Garth Benway was another strong contributor for the Cardinals, taking fifth place in the shot put with a heave of 13.21 meters. The weight throw event saw Dan Bennett lead the way for Plattsburgh State as he recorded a 14th-place toss of 11.6 meters.   Over one month will go by before the Cardinals hit the lanes again. On Saturday, January 18, Plattsburgh State will head to Canton, N.Y., to take part in the St. Lawrence Invitational. The meet is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m.

NCSN Women's College Track

ST. LAWRENCE Saints women win big in home invitational

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Runners from St. Lawrence, Ottawa College, SUNY Plattsburgh and Utica College sprint side-by-side in the 60-meter dash. Ottawa’s Sarah DeCarufel won the event. St. Lawrence University beat eight other teams to capture their home invitational. Brockport finished second, Ottawa third. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Jan 18: Junior Carly Stine was second overall and the collegiate winner in a pentathlon competition on Friday and came back to lead a 4x200 relay team on Saturday as St. Lawrence University's women's indoor track and field team won the 2014 Saint Indoor Invitational at the Newell Field House on Saturday. The Saints finished with 179 points with the University of Ottawa second with 131 and Brockport third with 123 in a nine-team field. Stine scored 2934 points to finish second overall and as the top collegian in the pentathlon. Michele Krech of the Ottawa Lions totaled 3610 to finish as the overall winner in the seven-athlete competition. Stine scored over 600 points in three of the five events…693 with a 10.10 clocking in the 60 hurdles, 666 with a 1.54 high jump and 690 with a 2:30.21 time in the 800. Sophomore Allison Scarf finished fourth with 2636 points and classmate Teresa Griff was fifth with 2453. Stine came back to lead off the 4x200 relay which was second in 1:48.31, just over a second off the meet record on Saturday. She was joined by Divya Biswal, Ketura Mason and Hannah Kinsey on the relay team. Kinsey had a busy day Satudray as she was second among collegiate competitors in the 60 meters in 8.07, just .07 off the SLU record with Mason finishing third among collegiate runners and she was just off the SLU record in the 200, finishing second among collegians with a time of 26.62. A quartet of Saint athletes picked up individual titles in the meet as Lisa Grohn won the mile in 5:15.82, Biswal won the long jump at 5.20 meters with Tori Bean third, Ariel Beccia was the champion in the 3000 meters in 10:29.94 with Kelsey Leder fourth and Marisa Turner jumped 1.65 meters to win the high jump with Kylie Morris finishing second. Biswal was third overall and second among collegiate competitors in the 60 hurdles in 9.51 seconds while Molly Lennon was third and Cassia Hameline was fifth in the 500 meters. Katherine Vincellette was third among collegiate runners and Mackenzie Ottati was fourth in the 400. Kristine Linder was third in the weight throw at 14.11 meters and fifth in the shot while Caitlyn Boreyko was fourth and Taylor Washington was fifth in the pole vault. The Saint Distance Medley Relay of Anna Rabideau, Turner, Hameline and Grohn was second in 12:53.08 and the 4x400 relay finished fourth.
 


Runners from St. Lawrence and University of Ottawa battle side-by-side in the home stretch of the women’s 800 meters. Ottawa’s Charlotte Gardner won the even with a 3.2 second advantage over teammate Lucie Sagot-Duvauroux. Cassia Hameline placed third for the Saints. S.L.U. opened its season with a 181-74 win. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

A competitor from Ottawa College succeeds in her second attempt in the pole vault event at the Saint Holiday Relays at the Newell Field House in Canton on Saturday.

Dec. 14: Carly Stine and Kristin Linder won two events each as St. Lawrence University's women's indoor track team opened its season with a 181-74 win over the University of Ottawa in the Saint Holiday Relays at the Newell Field House on Saturday. Stine won the 400 in 1:01.72 and took the long jump with a 4.69 meter jump while Linder won the weight throw with a 13.78 meter mark and the shot put with a 11.40 meter throw. Stine led a one-two-three sweep in both of her wins as Marisa Turner was second and Katherine Vincelette third in the 400 and Tori Bean second and Allison Scarf was third in the long jump. Bean made her return to action after missing all last season due to injury. Other Saint winners included Lisa Grohn, who won the mile in 5:19.30 with Kelsey Leder fourth and Kate Snedden fifth, and Catherine Rowell, who won the triple jump with a 10.02 meter series. Turner won the high jump with a 1.60 meter effort while Kylie Morris was second and Stine finished fourth. Stine and Turner also ran on the second place 4x400 relay with Vincelette and Hannah Kinsey which ran 4:12.32. The Distance Medley Relay won in 13:15.34 with Grohn, Hameline, Toria Koutras and Leder. The Saints also finished second in the 4x200 relay with a team of Jacqui Ebeling, Chinelo Asanya, Ketura Mason and Jaleigh Pier running 1:51.83. Cassia Hameline was third and Lydia Vogt fourth in the 800 meters while Hannah Kinsey was fifth and Ketura Mason finished sixth in the 60. The Saints will return to action after exams and the holidays at Ottawa on Jan. 11.

cardinal women beat mvcc and suny delhi at slu 

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A SUNY Plattsburgh competitor makes her final attempt in the high jump. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

A SUNY Plattsburgh competitor fires off the shot put during Saturday’s St. Lawrence University Invitational.

Jan 18: Returning to indoor action for the first time since Dec. 7, 2013, the Plattsburgh State women's indoor track and field team received an ECAC-qualifying performance in the weight throw from junior Amanda Gadway to finish sixth at the St. Lawrence University Invitational on Saturday. Plattsburgh State collected 37 points while St. Lawrence (179) and The College at Brockport (131) finished first and second respectively. Gadway, who hails from Malone, N.Y., and possesses the Plattsburgh State school record in the weight throw, produced a runner-up toss of 14.72 meters in the event. Another second-place performance awaited Gadway in the shotput throw. With an 11.34 meter heave, Gadway added another eight points to the Cardinals' total. Elsewhere in the field events, freshman Caitilin McGhean was one of two student-athletes who cleared the 2.7 meter bar in the pole vault to finish in eighth place. Katie Tatro represented the Cardinals in the triple jump (14th, 8.73 meters), long jump (10th, 4.24 meters) and high jump (11th, 1.35 meters). Freshman Waheson Lazore was the top Plattsburgh State finisher in the high jump, putting forth a 10th-place leap of 1.4 meters. Freshman Taylor Baynham amassed 1,831 points in the pentathlon to finish seventh in the event. Her best event was the shotput throw, as she finished fourth in with a toss of 8.02 meters. In the distance events, freshman Kristin Schnalzer finished first among a quartet of Plattsburgh State athletes who competed in the mile run. Her 14th-place time worked out to 6:14.54. Sophomore Megan Schweizer put forth a fine effort in the 1,000-meter run, placing fourth in a time of 3:18.54. Her time was the fastest of the four Plattsburgh State runners who took part in the event. Junior Amanda Joskow took to the lanes in the 3,000-meter run and finished with an 11th-place time of 11:42.55. She was a little less than 10 seconds quicker than her nearest Plattsburgh State teammate. Schweizer teamed with Christen Averill, Jasmine Boncore and Katie Ehmann to produce a fourth-place finish in the distance medley relay. The quartet finished the relay in a time of 13:25.48. It was sophomore Kelly Siry who scored the first point of the meet for the Cardinals, as her 12th-place finish in the 400-meter dash (65.4 seconds) was tops among the competing Plattsburgh State trio. Freshman Rebecca Muschio matched the one-point performance of her teammate by racing to a sixth-place finish in the 500-meter dash. The Long Island, N.Y., product completed the race in 1:29.64. Ehmann (2:29.47) and Boncore (2:30.00) finished seventh and eighth respectively in the 800-meter run and Baynham's 28.67 second performance in the 200-meter dash was good for 24th place. Baynham and Tatro joined up with Lauren Carlino and Eunice Osei-Boakye to finish eighth and grab four more team points in the 4x200-meter relay. They were clocked in a time of 1:58.06. The final event of the day was the 4x400-meter relay, which saw Siry, Muschio, Rayanne Canet and Bryanna Mustapich finish fifth in a time of 4:25.77.    Next week will mark the first two-meet weekend for the indoor squad. Some member of the team will be heading to Boston, Mass., to take part in the Joe Donahue Games at Northeastern University at 4 p.m. on Friday. Others will travel to Clinton, N.Y., to compete at the Hamilton College Invitational which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. next Saturday.

Dec. 7: Led by a pair of top-five finishes by Amanda and Ashley Gadway in the throwing circle, the Plattsburgh State women's indoor track and field team kicked off its 2013-14 campaign at the non-team scoring Brockport Early Season Invitational on Saturday. Amanda Gadway was second only to Brockport's Ann Millikin in the 20-lb. weight throw as she put forth a heave of 14.45 meters. Ashley Gadway made a fifth-place toss of 10.76 meters in the shot put. Taking part in their first collegiate track and field meet, Waheson Lazore and Katie Tatro each made a lead of 1.43 meters in the high jump. Lazore finished eighth while Tatro checked in at 11th place. Another freshman in Taylor Baynham led the way for the Cardinals in the long jump. Her distance of 4.61 meters was good for 11th place and was tops among a group of six Plattsburgh State student-athletes who competed in the event. Caitilin McGhean represented Plattsburgh State in the pole vault, clearing a distance of 2.25 meters in her first time competing at a college meet. She finished in 20th place. In the track events, Bryanna Mustapich turned in an eighth-place finish in the 60-meter hurdles, producing a time of 10.69 seconds. Baynham took to the lanes in the 300-meter dash, and produced a seventh-place finish in a time of 44.81 seconds. That time was a little over two seconds slower than the 13-year-old school record. Rayanne Canet (19th, 46.89) was the other Plattsburgh State representative in that event. Joining Mustapich in the 13-woman field of the 500-meter dash was freshman Rebecca Muschio who placed sixth in a time of 1:26.3. Mustapich was 10th, crossing the finish line in 1:29.32. The 4x200-meter relay group of Tatro, Lauren Carlino, Caroline Cuda and Eunice Osei-Boakye placed 10th in a time of 1:57.23. A freshman-laden foursome of Baynham, Canet, Muschio and Mustapich put forth a sixth-place effort in the 4x400-meter relay.  Their collective time of 4:30.62 beat out five other teams. Over one month will go by before the Cardinals hit the lanes again. On Saturday, January 18, Plattsburgh State will head to Canton, N.Y., to take part in the St. Lawrence Invitational. The meet is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m.

NCSN College Track Scores

SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 2014

SUNYAC Men's Indoor Track Championship
Buffalo State 130
Oneonta 122  
Cortland 106
Geneseo 94  
Brockport 85.50
Fredonia 47.50
Oswego 33
Plattsburgh 5
SUNYAC Women's Indoor Track Championship
Cortland 130
Buffalo State 114  
Geneseo 105
Oneonta 93  
Brockport 84
Plattsburgh 38  
Fredonia 32
Oswego 28

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2014

Hamilton Men's Invitational
Complete Men's Results
Hamilton Women's Invitational
Complete Women's Results

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 2014

St. Lawrence Men's Invitational
St. Lawrence University 186
SUNY Brockport 155
Ottawa GG's 123
Utica College 42
SUNY Oswego 34
SUNY Delhi 29
SUNY Plattsburgh 20
Mohawk Valley CC 18
Clarkson University 6
Royal Military College 3
St. Lawrence Women's Invitational
St. Lawrence University 179
Ottawa GG's 131
SUNY Brockport 123
Utica College 62½
SUNY Oswego 52
SUNY Plattsburgh 37
Mohawk Valley CC 24
SUNY Delhi 6½
Carleton Ravens 2

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013

Saints Men's Holiday Relays at St. Lawrence
St. Lawrence University 204½
Ottawa GG's 92½
Carleton Ravens 2
Saints Women's Holiday Relays at St. Lawrence
St. Lawrence University 193
Ottawa GG's 81