Men's Track & Field

Track and Field Finishes Seventh at Heps

Track and Field Finishes Seventh at Heps

May 6, 2007

Princeton, NJ - After a successful first day at the Heptagonal Championships, the Bears ended the weekend with 41 points for a seventh-place finish. The team was led by senior Paul Rosiak (Wood-Ridge, NJ), who brought home a title in the javelin, and junior Jamil McClintock (Plainfield, NJ) who took second in the 100-meter hurdles. Both Rosiak and McClintock qualified for the NCAA Regionals at the University of Florida.

Rosiak's 66.88 javelin throw earned him a first-place finish at the meet, and a spot on the First Team All-Ivy squad. His throw also qualified him to compete in the NCAA Regionals at the University of Florida.

McClintock also performed well for the Bears at Heps, as he finished in first place in the 110-meter hurdles. His outstanding performance earned him Second Team All-Ivy, while advancing to the NCAA Regionals.

Placing for Brown was junior Paul Raymond, who placed fifth in the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.78.

The 4x100 meter relay of McClintock, Raymond, sophomore Miles Craigwell (Boston, MA), and sophomore Joseph Mastrangelo (Plainsboro, NJ) finished sixth with a time of 42.54.

Freshman Reginald Cole (Seattle, WA) finished fourth in the triple jump with a best leap of 48-07.25.

The Bears will return to Princeton next weekend for the IC4A Championship meet, which is taking place from May 11-13.

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