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College Track and Field:

Beasley Takes First 100 Meter Dash; Notarianni Wins Hurdles

BEASLEY TAKES FIRST 100 METER DASH AT ROWAN LAST CHANCE MEET

GLASSBORO, NJ – Jah’mere Beasley won the 100 meter dash in 10.50 at the Rowan Last Chance Meet.  

 

In the prelims, he had a time of 10.48 which improved on his school record (10.60).  Beasley’s time of 10.48 is tied for first in the 100 meter dash in Division III.

 

The 4x100 meter relay of Julian Pratt, Donovan Clement, Beasley and Nana Agyemang ran a winning time of 41.43.  In the 100 meter dash, Pratt came in third (10.63) and Clement was seventh (10.88).  Pratt’s time is 15th in Division III.  

 

Marquise Young took first place (15.29) in the 110 meter hurdles and Liam Davies was second (15.68).  Soham Kolli won the high jump with a height of 6’ 4.7” (1.95 m).  

 

Jeff Stewart finished second in the 5000 meters with a time of 15:10.92 and Noah Cziryak was fifth (15:33.62).  Ian Bain claimed second in the discus with a throw of 149’ 7.6” (45.61 m).

 

Agyemang had a leap of 24’ 2.5” (7.38 m) in the long jump for second.  Amir Johnson was third (44’ 9.4”, 13.65 m) in the triple jump and fourth (22’ 8.4”, 6.92 m) in the long jump.

 

Rob Gardner tied for third in the pole vault with a height of 13’ 5.8” (4.11 m).  Huasley Parades had a third place with 180’ 4” (54.97 m) in the javelin, which was a personal record.

 

Justin Bishop took third (49.06) in the 400 meters and fourth (22.53) in the 200 meter dash.  Kevin Lauer finished the 1500 meters in 3:57.00 and was third.  His time was a personal record.  Hunter Barbieri had a fourth place (49.86) in the 400 meters.

 

NOTARIANNI WINS 100 METER HURDLES AT ROWAN LAST CHANCE MEET

GLASSBORO, NJ – Nicole Notarianni took first place in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 14.36 at the Rowan Last Chance Meet.

 

In the prelims, she finished first in 14.20, which is currently sixth in Division III and a personal record.  Her previous best time was 14.60. 

 

Olivia Scattergood came in second in the hammer with a throw of 155’ 1.8” (47.29 m) and Makayla Taylor followed third (152’ 0”, 46.33 m).  In the discus, Taylor took third (123’ 9”, 37.72 m) while Ariana Mack was fourth (35.99 m).  Taylor also had a fourth place (118’ 0.9”, 11.84 m) in the shot put.

 

Kari DiTonno finished fourth in the pole vault with 9’ 9.3” (2.98 m).  She had a height of 5’ 2.2” (1.58 m) in the high jump.

 

Amanda McNally ran the 1500 meters in 5:24.00.  Livvy Stocklin had a time of 1:07.25 in the 400 meter hurdles.

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