For Immediate Release: May 6, 2007
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Williams named Women's Field Athlete of the Meet at America East Conference Track & Field Championships

Complete Meet Results
Day One Recap

Sophomore Kim Williams (Buffalo, N.Y.) was named the Women's Most Outstanding Track Athlete, highlighting Binghamton's performance in Day Two of the the America East Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships at UMBC on Sunday. The men's squad was fourth out of nine teams while the women's finished fifth. Albany swept both the men's and women's team titles.

For the weekend, the Bearcats had five individual winners on the women's side as well as a pair of first-place relay teams. The seven combined wins is the most in the six years Binghamton has been a member of the America East Conference. The Bearcats also posted a pair of individual wins on the men's side during the two day event.

Williams captured the 200 with an NCAA Regional and ECAC-qualifying time of 23.83. She also anchored the winning 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams, both of which set school records of 47.14 and 3:47.47 respectively.

Junior Keisha Short (Yephank, N.Y.), who ran the second leg of the 4x100 relay and third leg of the 4x400 relay, won the 400 (56.70). Fellow junior Dayna Johnson (Brentwood, N.Y.), who ran the opening leg of the 4x400 relay won the triple jump with a NCAA regional and ECAC-qualifying distance of 40-08.75). She was also the runner up in the 400 hurdles with a school-record time of 1:02.93.

Freshman Deahna Vinson (Monsey, N.Y.) ran the third leg on the 4x100 relay team and the second leg of the 4x400 relay team. Freshman Jasmine Hinson (Beacon, N.Y.) ran the opening leg of the 4x100 relay.

Sophomore Marsha Feisinger (North Syracuse, N.Y.) was the Bearcats other major point scorer in the women's meet. She won the heptathlon (3,986 points) and was sixth in the high jump (5-2.25).

Junior Aja Phipps (Mount Vernon, N.Y.) was third in the high jump (5-4.25).

On the men's side, senior Kevin Hall (Glen Falls, N.Y.) won the shot put with a school-record IC4A-qualifying distance of 52-5.25). Runner-up finishes were turned in by sophomore Justin Halleck (DePew, N.Y.) in the discus (156-05) and
sophomore Jimmy Massar (Johnson City, N.Y.) in the 400 (48.17). Massar's time was a school record.

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raduate student Adam Goldberg (New Rochelle, N.Y.) and sophomores Dan Walker (Cortland, N.Y.) and Geoff Campbell (Irvington, N.Y.) finished second on the 4x100 relay. Campbell was also third in the 100 (11.13) and sixth in the 200 (22.26) while Goldberg was sixth in the 110 hurdles (14.85) and Walker was seventh in the 100 (11.29).

Binghamton heads to the IC4A Championships at Princeton next weekend.

NOTE: Binghamton's other two winners over the weekend were junior Katie Wilmer (North Syracuse, N.Y.) and
senior Rory Quiller (West Point, N.Y.), who swept the pole vault events.


Women's Meet

Kim Williams, 1st, 200 (23.83)--NCAA Regional and ECAC qualifying standard
Keisha Short, 1st, 400 (56.70)
Dayna Johnson, 1st, Triple Jump (40-08.75)--NCAA Regional and ECAC qualifying standard
Marsha Feisinger, 1st, Heptathlon (3,986)
Jasmine Hinson, Short, Deahna Vinson, Williams, 1st, 4x100 relay (47.14)--School record and ECAC qualifying standard
Johnson, Vinson, Short, Williams, 1st, 4x400 relay (3:47.47)--School record and ECAC qualifying standard
Dayna Johnson, 2nd, 400 hurdles (1:02.93)
Aja Phipps, 3rd, High jump (5-4.25)
Marsha Feisinger, 6th, High jump (5-2.25)
Marsha Feisinger, 7th, Javelin (99-03)

Men's Meet

Kevin Hall, 1st, Shot Put (52-05.25)--School record and IC4A qualifying standard
Jimmy Massar, 2nd, 400 (48.17)--School record and IC4A qualifying standard
Justin Halleck, 2nd, Discus (156-05)
Goldberg, Massar, Campbell, Walker, 2nd, 4x100 relay (41.97)--IC4A qualifying standard
Geoff Campbell, 3rd, 100 (11.13)
Adam Goldberg, 5th, 110 Hurdles (14.85)--IC4A qualifying standard
Geoff Campbell, 6th, 200 (22.26)
Dan Walker, 7th, 100 (11.29)
Chris Gaube, 7th, 5,000 (15:19.16)
Craig Coon, 7th, 10,000 (32:45.29)
Kevin Murphy, 7th, 400 Hurdles (57.23)
Jimmy Massar, 8th, 200 (24.25)
Ben Babcock, 8th, Discus (145-06)

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