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Track Results from UMass Meet

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Great Job yesterday for both teams!!!!!!!






Amherst, Mass. -- Freddie Wills posted a distance of 22-feet, 10-inches to win the long jump, while also finishing first in the high jump with a leap of 6-feet, 3.25-inches, to lead the UAlbany men's track and field team to a first-place finish at the Massachusetts Spring Meet on Saturday, March 31. Jennifer Gurrant was first in the long jump, triple jump and finished second in 200-meter dash to highlight the women's first-place performance at event. UAlbany's men and women were first among five teams.


The men's 4x100-meter relay team was victorious for the Great Danes, who scored 218 points as a team. The team of Junior Burnett, Pat Weider, Raphael Jean-Baptiste and Dieuseul Joseph ran an IC4A-qualifying time of 42.02. In addition, the 4x400 relay team of Gered Burns, Joe Greene, Weider and Burnett won their race with an IC4A-qualifying time of 3:16.67.

Michael Lynch recorded a second place finish in the discus throw with an IC4A-qualifying distance of 157-feet, 3-inches.

Marc Pallozzi won the javelin for the third straight meet with a throw of 213-feet, 4-inches. Luke Schoen won the pole vault with a leap of 14-feet, 7.25-inches, 6-inches farther than second-place finisher David Parker. Other individual winners for the men's team included Jean Juste in the 110-meter hurdles and Joe Greene in the 400m hurdles. Juste finished in a time of 15.62 while Greene ran a time of 53.07.

In the women's competition, Jessica Ortman placed first in the 1,500m with a time of 4:40.66 to help the women post a first-place overall showing at the meet with a total of 166 points. Adanna Andrews took first in the 400m dash, while her twin sister Anisha was second with 57.14 and 57.58, respectively. Sarah Charles turned in a first-place showing in 100m dash crossing the line in 12.61 seconds, while Kamilah McShine captured the 100m hurdles with a time of 14.78. Helene Abiola won the 800m run in 2:20.63, and Ashley Vives ran the 200m dash in 25.70 to win the event.

In addition, the 4x100 relay of Charles, Jenn Gurrant, McShine and Anisha Andrews won the event with a time of 48.88, while Anisha Andrews teamed with Zuliana Fontanez, Vives, and Adanna Andrews to win the 4x400 relay in 3:53.04.



1. University at Albany 218, 2. University of Massachusetts 142, 3. Sacred Heart 124, 4. Holy Cross 56, 5. University of Vermont 38.



1. University at Albany 166, 2. Sacred Heart 165.5, 3. Holy Cross 133, 4. University of Massachusetts 65.5, 5. University of Vermont 49.

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