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Indoor Track & Field Championship

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I was actually a bit nervous about the outcome until http://www.americaeast.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=14000&ATCLID=205079814

We ALWAYS rock day two so if you are silly enough to keep ignoring the T&F Indoor champs in Boston as the most fun athletic event for UA America East then sad for youuuuuuu! Fan bus leaving Sat. AM 8AM from SEFCU lot.

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America East Conference Track & Field Championships (First Day) http://www.ualbanysports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=205098879&DB_OEM_ID=15800


MEN (after five events) - 1. Binghamton 57, 2. UAlbany 47, 3. New Hampshire 27, 4. UMBC 23, 5. Boston U. 20, 6. Maine 9, 7. Stony Brook 5, 8. Vermont 4, 9. Hartford 3.


Weight Throw - 1. Wilfredo de Jesus Elias (UAlbany), 64-10.00; 2. Paul DeTurk (New Hampshire), 58-00.50; 3. Cameron McDearmon (UMBC), 55-11.25.

5,000-Meter Run - 1. Erk van Ingen (Binghamton), 14:25.08; 2. Daniel Decrescenzo (New Hampshire), 14:28.75; 3. Jeff Martinez (Binghamton), 14:32.57.

Distance Medley Relay - 1. UAlbany (Greg Kiley, Peter Rowell, Aaron Lozier, Paul Lagno), 9:48.80; 2. UMBC, 9:49.52; 3. Boston U., 9:54.90.

Long Jump - 1. Fred Casimo (UAlbany), 23-02.50; 2. Kareem Morris (UAlbany), 22-11.75; 3. Blake Edwards (Boston U.), 22-11.00.

Pole Vault - 1. Adam Helman (Binghamton), 16-02.75; 2. Martin Nevarez (UMBC), 15-09.00; t3. Eric VanAerman (Binghamton), 15-09-00; t3. Robb Quiller (Binghamton), 15-09.00.


WOMEN (after six events) - 1. UAlbany 50, 2. New Hampshire 44, 3. Boston U. 42.5, 4. Binghamton 22, 5. Stony Brook 21, 6. Vermont 19, 7. UMBC 18.5; 8. Maine 16.


Pentathlon - 1. Allison Barwise (Boston U.), 3,813 points; 2. Jacquelyn Mendes (New Hampshire), 3,485; 3. Ashley Mahlmeister (UAlbany), 3,396.

Weight Throw - 1. Kadine Johnson (UAlbany), 58-10.25; 2. Amanda Deller (UMBC), 53-07.00; 3. Rosemary Read (New Hampshire), 50-06.25.

Pole Vault - 1. Rita Ciambra (New Hamspshire), 12-03.50; 2. Jenna Marrione (Binghamton), 11-09.75; 3. Celine Cauderlier (UAlbany), 11-09.75.5

5,000-Meter Run - 1. Katie Matthews (Boston U.), 16:06.28; 2. Hayley Green (Stony Brook), 16:28.45; 3. Erica Jesseman (New Hampshire), 16:34.81.

Long Jump - 1. Jesse Labreck (Maine), 20-01.75, 2. Yushanni Durrant (UAlbany), 19-00.50; 3. Nikko Brady (Boston U.), 18-09.00.

Distance Medley Relay - 1. Stony Brook, 11:13.20; 2. UAlbany (Brianne Bellon, Jessica Hunter, Jonelle White, Kathryn Fanning), 11:41.48; 3. Vermont, 11:45.35.

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Congratulations to both the men's and women's indoor track teams. Men win their sixth straight AE championship, women their second.


Kareem Morris Helps Lead UAlbany to Sixth Straight America East Indoor Track Championship

Bellon & Fanning Power UAlbany to Successful Defense of America East Indoor Track Crown

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Here's to an America East Track & Field Powerhouse!

Awesome job!


I look forward to watching our men and women win championships

on campus, when hosting an outdoor AE championship.


That would be nice but also it would be just a minimal nod to the program and nothing to the overall needs of the campus. What is needed, for T&F, Bball, Fball, soccer, tennis, Baseball, and general student recreation is a KICK ASS INDOOR REC AND ATHLETICS FIELD HOUSE! Let Basketball have the SEFCU and lets get a true Rec center built (I know, after the football stadium) that acknowledges the greatness of the T&F program, the needs of all the other programs for indoor practice space, and the UNBELIEVABLE LACK of rec space for students, faculty, and staff.


Times are tough but there are ways - can anyone say - public / private partnership, YMCA, ... . Lets help get the SUNY reform bill passed.

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