Immediate Release: April 14, 2007
Contact: David O'Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BU Track & Field teams compete at Virginia Onesty Invitational and Bucknell Invitational
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Sophomore Kim Williams (Buffalo, N.Y.) placed second in the 200 and helped the Bearcat women's 400 relay team to a runner-up finish, highlighting the track & field teams' performances at the Virginia Onesty Invitational on Saturday afternoon. At the Bucknell Invitational, meanwhile, sophomore Katie Radzik turned in a third-place finish in the 10,000.
Williams clocked a time of 24.69 in the 200. She then helped junior Keisha Short (Yaphank, N.Y.) and freshman Deahna Vinson (Monsey, N.Y.) and Jasmine Hinson (Beacon, N.Y.) record a time of 48.12 in the 400 relay. Short also placed seventh in the 200 (58.32) while Hinson was seventh in the 100 (48.12).
Sophomore Carly Gross (Woodstock, N.Y.) was fourth in the women's pole vault (10-6).
On the men's side at the Virginia Onesty meet, graduate student Ryan VanHalle (Newark, N.Y.) was third in the pole vault (14-3 1/2) while sophomore Chris Iannone (Washingtonville, N.Y.) took fourth in the high jump (6-3).
As for Radzik, her time of 36:14 at the Bucknell Invitational met the ECAC qualifying standards.
Binghamton heads to the Bucknell 5-Way Meet next Saturday.
Kim Williams, 2nd, 200 (24.69)
Williams, Short, Hinson, Vinson, 2nd, 400 relay (48.12)
Katie Radzik, 3rd, 10,000 at Bucknell Invitational (36:14)
Carly Gross, 4th, Pole Vault (10-4)
Keisha Short, 7th, 400 (58.32)
Jasmine Hinson, 7th, 100 (12.65)
Ryan VanHalle, 3rd, Pole Vault (14-3 1/2)
Chris Iannone, 4th, High Jump (6-3)
Jimmy Massar, 6th, 400 (49.96)
Geoff Campbell, 7th, 200 (22.68)
Justin Halleck, 7th, Hammer (165-7)
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