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Flucus sets school record as track teams compete at the Carlton Crowell Open
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WEST POINT, N.Y.--In their first competition of 2004, the Binghamton track teams traveled to West Point for the Carlton Crowell Open. There were no team scores kept in the meet.

On the men's side, sophomore sprinter Joe Flucus (Bronx, N.Y./ Fordham Prep) finished second in the 60 and in the process, set a school record with a time of 7.23. That eclipses the previous mark at 7.23, which was recorded by teammate Jon Amoona.

The Bearcats also had three first-place finishes in the men's meet. Junior Mike Ksionzyk (Olean, N.Y./ Olean) tied for first in the pole vault with a leap of 14-11.00. Junior Nick Tillman (Binghamton, N.Y./ Susquehanna Valley) and sophomore Luke Shafer (Penfield, N.Y./ McQuaid) tied for first in the high jump (6-8).

In the women's meet, sophomore Kathryn Murnane (Rockville Center, N.Y./ Oceanside) won the mile with a time of 5:11.55. Other winners for the Bearcats included sophomore Jaime Stitt (Ballston Lake, N.Y./Shenendehowa), who won the pole vault (10-11.75), and junior Monisha Mealing (North Bay Shore, N.Y./Brentwood), who won the triple jump (37-00.25).

Binghamton will next compete in the Great Dane Classic at the NYC Armory on Sunday, January 18 at 2 p.m.
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