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Track Results from Boston Indoor Games

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Boston, Mass. - Senior Alyssa Lotmore's victory in the mile run and senior Sarah Charles' second consecutive victory in the triple jump highlighted the UAlbany women's track and field team's performance at the Boston Indoor Games at the Reggie Lewis Center on Friday, Jan. 26. The Great Danes finished fourth in the 13-team meet, hosted by Northeastern University.

Lotmore was one of two individual winners in the track events for UAlbany, registering a time of 5:04.47. Sophomore Jessica Ortman won the 500-meters, qualifying for March's ECAC meet in a time of 1:15.22. Senior Adanna Andrews finished third in the 500-meters in 1:15.74, also qualifying for the ECACs. The women's 4x400 team also earned its third victory of the indoor season, with sophomore Jenn Gurrant, Adanna Andrews, Ortman and senior Anisha Andrews clocking in at 3:54.22.

In field events, Charles won the triple jump with an ECAC-qualifying leap of 39-feet, 1-meter. She also registered a personal best in the 55-meter dash, coming in seventh in 7.32 seconds. Junior Corinna Hengen set a school record with a pole vault of 11-feet, tying for eighth place, while freshman Ashley Lewis had a personal best in the shot put with a third-place throw of 42-feet, 4.75-inches.

The Great Danes' men's squad competes at the Terrier Invitational on Saturday, January 27, while both teams return to action at the Collegiate Invitational in New York City on Feb. 2-3.






Boston, Mass. - Freshman Luke Schoen won the pole vault with a distance of 15-feet, 5.75-inches, as the UAlbany men's track and field team participated at the Terrier Invitational, hosted by Boston University, on Saturday, Jan. 27. No team scores were recorded at the meet.

Sophomore Pat Weider came in third in the 200-meters with a personal-best time of 21.58 seconds, qualifying for the IC4A meet in March. Freshman John Moore also qualified for the IC4As by running the 800-meters in 1:50.85, to finish as the top collegiate and fourth-best at the meet. This mark is also the fastest ever run by a UAlbany Freshman. Junior Ricardo Estremera was the team's third IC4A honoree, running the 1000-meters in 2:28.86, good for fourth place.

In field events, junior Felipe Reyes finished second in the long jump with a leap of 22-feet, 7.75-inches, while freshman Valete Graham and junior Anthony Basile also registered top-ten finishes. Junior Renauld Buck came in eighth in the shot put with a throw of 48-feet, 7.25-inches.

The Great Danes return to action at the Collegiate Invitational in New York City on Feb. 2-3.




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