For Immediate Release: May 1, 2011
Contact: David O'Brian (
Phone: 607-777-6478

Binghamton track & field competes at Cornell Big Red Invitational

ITHACA, N.Y.-- Junior Robb Quiller and Abigial Oakes as well as sophomores Jessica Hennig and Colin Anderson all won individual events, highlighting the Binghamton track & field squads' performances at the Cornell Big Red Invitational on Sunday afternoon. There was no team scoring kept at the meet.

Two days after winning the men's pole vault title at Penn Relays, Quiller recorded a first-place height of 15-9. He heads into next week's America East Outdoor Championships at the two-time defending champion in the event.

Hennig, meanwhile, broke her own school record in capturing the women's 400. Her first-place time of 55.43 eclipsed her 2010 mark of 56.09. Hennig has won the past two America East Indoor titles in the 400 and will seek her first outdoor crown next week.

In the throwing events, Anderson took top honors in the men's discus (146-2) while Oakes was first in the shot put (37-11 1/4)

The 2011 America East Outdoor Championships will be held at UMBC. The two-day meet starts on Saturday


Robb Quiller, 1st, Pole Vault (15-9)
Colin Anderson, 1st, Discus (146-2)
Greg Feathers, 2nd, Discus (140-6)
Eric VanAernam, 2nd, Pole Vault (15-3)
Colin Anderson, 2nd, Hammer (165-1)
Andrew Ugolino, 3rd, 3,000 SC (9:43.86)


Jessica Hennig, 1st, 400 (55.43) SR, ECAC
Abigail Oakes, 1st, Shot Put (37-11 1/4)
Christine Spilka, 2nd, Javelin (113-11)
Jenna Marrione, T2nd, Pole Vault (11-3 3/4)
Camille Ginyard, T2nd, Pole Vault (11-3 3/4)
Kaitlin Sullinvan, 3rd, 3,000 SC (14.44)
Sara Wickes, 3rd, Triple Jump (37-8 1/2)
Kathleen Klein, 3rd, 400 (57.84)
Jessica Conter, 3rd, 200 (25.87)
Abigail Oakes, 3rd, Hammer (135-1)
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