May 8, 2005
New York City, NY - The men's track and field team traveled to New York City to participate in the Heptagonal League Championships this past weekend. Though the team was only able to take sixth overall, the men had three individual champions and several other high-placing athletes.
High jumper junior Ray Bobrownicki continued his dominance in the event, winning in 6-10 3/4.
Junior co-captain Jake Golenor led his squad in his specialty, the dicus. He took top honors with a throw of 166-9. Junior Kent Walls took the runner up spot with a personal best 164-4. Also scoring in the discus was rookie Kai Brown, taking sixth in 149-3. Golenor also took fourth in the shot put (52-7 1/2), and Walls also took fifth in the hammer throw (171-11). Sophomore Paul Rosiak took second in the javelin with a personal best, NCAA Regional qualifying mark of 206 feet.
The 400-meter hurdle race produced two scorers for Brown, with frosh Bernitsky and sophomore Christian Tabib setting personal bests (54.47 and 54.49, respectively). McClintock scored in the 110-meter hurdles, taking fifth in 14.55. Pruzinsky was sixth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 21.88.
The Bears will look to compete next at the IC4A Championships next weekend.