Men’s Track & Field Competes at Terrier Invitational

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Boston, MA- The Brown University Men's Track & Field team competed at the Terrier Invitational hosted at Boston University on Saturday afternoon.  The Bears earned some solid scores throughout the day, including Reginald Cole's triple jump title, and the second place men's distance medley team of Matt Duffy, Anthony Schurz, Nathan Elder and Duriel Hardy.

In the 55-meter dash, Mike Mazerik earned Brown's top finish with a seventh place time of 6.55, followed by Marc Howland in 13th place with a 6.67.  Mazerik also competed in the 200m dash, and finished in 20th with a time of 22.50.

In the 500m dash, Nathan Elder posted a 1:06.92 for 12th, and Zach Keefer followed with a 1:08.48 for 20th.  Michael Elnick ran a 1:56.34 in the 800m run for 19th, as teammate Christian Trautwein finished right behind with a 1:56.59 for 20th

Dan Lowry did a great job in the 1,000m run with a time of 2:29.17 for seventh place, as Matt Duffy followed with a ninth place time of 2:29.24, Anthony Schurz finished in 10th with a 2:29.28, and Thomas Elnick earned 11th with a 2:29.39. 

In the one mile run,  Hardy finished in 14th overall with a 4:10.95 and Brian Schilder ran a 4:14.65 for 26th. The men's distance medley's second place finish was earned with a time of 9:55.80, finishing just behind winners Geneseo State's time of 9:55.25.

In the high jump, Jordan Maddocks finished sixth with a 1.93m, and AJ Fitzgerald came in 11th with a 1.83m.  Reginald Cole's 14.62m leap won him the triple jump title, as Andrew Chapin was close behind with a 14.22m jump for second.  Ken Thompson also posted a solid mark of 12.80m for ninth place.

Bryan Powlen garnered fifth place overall in the shot put with a 16.24m toss, as Alexander Lipinsky finished in 22nd with a 12.99m throw.  Brian Giese was Brown's top finisher in the weight throw.  Giese's 14.07m throw earned 17th and Lipinsky finished 26th with a 13.45m. 

The Bears are back in action from Feb. 5-6 when it competes at the Yale Invitational.