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Four Hurdlers Meet Qualifying Marks; Men's SMR Wins IC4A Title on Second Day of Penn Relays

Courtesy: UAlbany Sports Information

Release: 04/24/2009










Courtesy: UAlbany Athletics




Philadelphia, Pa. – Joe Greene and Alie Beauvais each ran NCAA East Regional Championship qualifying times in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles and the women’s 4x200-meter relay broke a school record to lead the UAlbany outdoor track and field teams at the second day of the 115th Penn Relays on Friday, April 24. The programs combined to eclipse two regional, IC4A and ECAC marks, while the men's sprint medley relay team won the IC4A title.


In the first event of the day, Greene and Beauvais finished second and sixth, respectively, among 27 competitors in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles. Greene crossed the tape in 50.53 seconds, while Beauvais won his heat in 52.00. In addition, Jean Juste completed the 110-meter high hurdles in an IC4A qualifying time of 14.52, while Kamilah McShine met the ECAC standard in the 100-meter high hurdles. She finished in 14.10.


The men’s 4x100-meter relay team consisting of Jean Juste, Mike McCadney, Felipe Reyes and Jeffery Barnes qualified for the IC4A meet. The group clocked in a time of 41.73 seconds to finish second in their heat and 22nd overall.


The women’s 4x200-meter relay broke the school record by over a second, clocking in a time of 1:39.44. Christen Griffin led off the relay with a split of 25.5, while Tierra Chavis ran the second leg in 24.8. Jenn Gurrant finished the third leg in 25.0, and Fey Adaramola anchored the squad with a mark of 23.6. The time bettered the old standard of 1:40.67 set at last year’s Penn Relays by McShine, Griffin, Gurrant and Ashley Vives.


Individually, Gurrant met the ECAC qualifying mark in the triple jump championship with a season-best leap of 40-feet, 4-inches. The mark, which was barely shy of the regional qualifying standard, placed her ninth overall.


In the last race of the day, the men’s sprint medley relay team challenged the program record and posted a third-place finish among 42 schools, recording a time of 3:18.89. The mark was just over a second behind the first-place team and beat out other relay squads representing nationally-ranked schools such as Arkansas, Louisiana State, Texas and Texas A&M. Beauvais led off the first 200-meter leg with a split time of 21.8, and Jeffery Barnes followed up by completing the second 200 leg in 21.0. Greene ran the 400-meter leg in 46.8, and Tyler Fogarty anchored the squad by navigating the track twice in 1:49.3.


Furthermore, the men's SMR was crowned as the IC4A champion for its performance. Since the organization does not run the race at its championship meet in May, the top time by an IC4A school at Penn Relays is declared the winner of the event. UAlbany only finished behind Tennessee and Washington.


The UAlbany track and field teams will compete at two competitions on Saturday, April 25. Select members will continue competing at the Penn Relays, while the rest of the squad will attend the Capital District Classic hosted by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.




UAlbany Men’s Results


110-Meter Intermediate Hurdles (Heats): 21. Jean Juste 14.52 (IC4A). 400-Meter Intermediate Hurdles (Championship): 2. Joe Greene 50.53 (NCAA Regional), 6. Alie Beauvais 52.00 (NCAA Regional). Long Jump (Eastern): 6. Valete Graham 23-2, 9. Felipe Reyes 22-5.25, 11. Kyle Nadler 22-3.50, 15. Fred Casimo 21-11.75. Pole Vault (Eastern): NH. Mike Dempsey. Discus Throw (College): 16. Mike Lynch 155-9. 4x100-Meter Relay (Heats): 32. Jean Juste, Mike McCadney, Felipe Reyes, Jeffery Barnes 41.73 (IC4A). 4x200-Meter Relay (Heats): 22. Alie Beauvais, Jeffery Barnes, Mike McCadney, Joe Greene 1:26.16. 4x400-Meter Relay (Heats): 48. Andrew Overbaugh, Peter Rowell, John Moore, Joe Belokopitsky 3:17.71. Shuttle Hurdle Relay (Championship): 7. Jean Juste, Garrett Askew, Mohamed Kanu, Alfred Pryor 1:01.09. Sprint Medley Relay (Championship): 3. Alie Beauvais, Jeffery Barnes, Joe Greene, Tyler Fogarty 3:18.89.




UAlbany Women’s Results


100-Meter High Hurdles: 22. Kamilah McShine 14.10 (ECAC). Triple Jump (Championship): 9. Jenn Gurrant 40-4 (ECAC). Triple Jump (Eastern): 12. Sandy Antenor 37-10, 18. Tiffany Sprenkels 37-2.50. 4x200-Meter Relay (Heats): 33. Christen Griffin, Tierra Chavis, Jenn Gurrant, Fey Adaramola 1:39.44 (School Record).




Complete Day Two Results

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Championship Relays Streaming Coverage to be Provided

04/21/2009 - The Penn Relays Office



For the 115th Penn Relay Carnival, ThePennRelays.com will provide live, streaming webcasts of the historic event’s 24 high school and collegiate championship relay races, beginning with the college women’s distance medley at 5:15 PM EST on Thursday, April 23rd. Coverage will continue Friday, April 24th and Saturday, April 25th. Each of the races, following their conclusion, will be made available for archived viewing.


Additionally, throughout the Carnival, ThePennRelays.com will once again offer in-depth video-on-demand downloads, with series highlighting the tradition of the world’s largest annual track and field meet, and profiling its standout competitors through one-on-one interviews.


All of this exclusive content can be accessed free of charge, and produced by the Penn Sports Network, the broadcasting arm of Penn Athletics that oversees television, radio, and digital media. A full schedule of live event streams will be made available shortly by clicking the following link.




UA will have a very competitive 4x800 running today between 4:20-4:40

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Wilfredo de Jesus Elias Breaks School Record in Hammer Throw on Final Day of Penn Relays


Courtesy: UAlbany Sports Information


Release: 04/25/2009





















Courtesy: UAlbany Athletics






Philadelphia, Pa. – Wilfredo de Jesus Elias broke the school record in the hammer throw by over a foot and met the NCAA East Regional Championship qualifying standard for the first time in leading the UAlbany outdoor track and field teams at the 115th running of the Penn Relays on Saturday, April 25. The national meet attracted a crowd of 47,000 fans on the final day.


de Jesus Elias recorded a mark of 192-feet, 8-inches to finish third in the college division of the hammer throw, bettering the old program standard of 191-5 set by Eric Opuana in 2004. The sophomore’s previous personal best mark was 185-9, which he posted at Princeton’s Larry Ellis Invitational last weekend.


Luke Schoen and Mike McCadney also met regional marks in their respective events. Schoen placed third in the pole vault championship with a mark of 17-4.50. McCadney leaped 50-4.50 to finish eighth in the triple jump championship, meeting the regional standard for the first time this spring.


The men’s and women’s 4x800-meter relay teams each met the IC4A and ECAC qualifying marks. Running in the championship section, Joe Belokopitsky, Nick Santos, Tyler Fogarty and John Moore posted an 11th-place time of 7:27.53. It was the second-fastest mark in school history. Melissa Lee, Esperanza Blanco, Zuliana Fontanez and Laura Cummings competed in the college race, finishing eighth in 8:59.74.


The UAlbany outdoor track and field teams will compete at the America East Conference Championships at Binghamton University on May 2-3. The men’s team will look to win its fifth straight title and sixth in seven years, while the women’s squad will look to win its third championship overall and first since 2007.




UAlbany Men’s Results


Triple Jump (Championship): 8. Mike McCadney 50-4.50 (NCAA Regional). Pole Vault (Championship): 3. Luke Schoen 17-4.50 (NCAA Regional). Hammer Throw (College): 3. Wilfredo de jesus Elias 192-8 (NCAA Regional, School Record). 4x800-Meter Relay (Championship): 11. Joe Belokopitsky, Nick Santos, Tyler Fogarty, John Moore 7:27.53 (IC4A).




UAlbany Women’s Results


4x800-Meter Relay (College): 8. Melissa Lee, Esperanza Blanco, Zuliana Fontanez, Laura Cummings 8:59.74 (ECAC).




Complete Day Three Results

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