The Franklin & Marshall men’s track and field team put together another successful season in 2016, tallying 77 points to place third at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships for the second consecutive season. The Diplomats grabbed eight medals to equal their haul from the 2015 championships, earning three gold medals, four silvers, and one bronze on the weekend.
Franklin & Marshall recorded three top-10 finishes to conclude action at day two of the ECAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday. The F&M men finished with 13 total points, while the Diplomat women tallied 5.5.
Franklin & Marshall opened competition at the 2016 ECAC Track and Field Championships on Wednesday at Westfield State University, with four men and two women taking the stage for the Diplomats. After day one the men have three points, while the women tallied 3.5.
Franklin & Marshall won seven medals at the third and final day of the Centennial Conference Track and Field Championships on Sunday, moving all the way into third place overall. The Diplomats scored 69 points on Sunday to total 77 points on the weekend, marking the second consecutive year that F&M took third at the conference championships. Johns Hopkins took the team title with 222 points.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s track team opened competition at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships on Saturday, turning in several high-qualifying performances to set the stage for a big day three tomorrow. The Diplomats ended the day in eighth place with eight points, put appear ready to jump up the standings on Sunday.
Franklin & Marshall heads to Carlisle on Friday for day one of the Centennial Conference (CC) Track and Field Championships. The three-day meet, hosted by Dickinson, kicks off at 1:00 p.m. on Friday with the pole vault, decathlon, and 10,000-meter run. On Saturday, competition will begin at 8:45 a.m. and Sunday’s scheduled start time is 11:00 a.m.
The Franklin & Marshall men’s track team visited Shippensburg on Saturday for the Paul Kaiser Classic. The meet, featuring teams from Divisions II and III, served as a final tune-up for the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships, which begin on Friday.
Franklin & Marshall’s Logan Lewis represented the Diplomats at the 122nd Penn Relays on Saturday, competing in the college division shot put. The sophomore marked a heave of 15.92 meters to take 15th out of 42 in a field composed primarily of Division I schools.
The Franklin & Marshall men’s track team traveled to the All-American Meet at East Stroudsburg University on Saturday, making its presence felt on the track and in the field with numerous high finishes.
Franklin & Marshall’s Evan Friend was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Men's Track Athlete of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday afternoon. The honor is the first of the season for Friend and the fourth for the Diplomats as a team.
Franklin & Marshall travelled to Baltimore on Saturday for the Loyola-Hopkins Invitational, co-hosted by Loyola and Johns Hopkins. The Diplomats turned in several strong performances on the day, tallying 47 points to take fifth place in a field featuring athletes from all three NCAA Divisions. Rowan took the team title with 132.
Franklin & Marshall’s Ryan Kozloski was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Field Athlete of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday afternoon. The honor is the second of the season for Kozloski and the third for the Diplomats as a team.
Franklin & Marshall got a pair of individual victories from Michael Hoffman and Ryan Kozloski, totaling 122 points as a team to take second place at the Little Three Meet on Saturday. Gettysburg took the team title with 161 points.
Logan Lewis won a pair of events on Saturday as the throwing squad of Franklin & Marshall’s track and field team competed at the Golden Ram Invitational. The meet, hosted by West Chester, is Lewis’ first competition since the NCAA Indoor Championships, and the team’s last before next weekend’s Little Three Meet.
Franklin & Marshall’s Ryan Kozloski and Brad Krell were named the Centennial Conference (CC) Track and Field Athletes of the Week, announced Monday by the league office. The honors are the first two earned by Diplomat athletes this season.
Brad Krell’s victory in the 400-meter dash led Franklin & Marshall on Saturday at the Dr. Jack M. Toms Open, hosted by Lynchburg College. The event, F&M’s first of the spring season, did not count team scores.
Franklin & Marshall opens its outdoor track and field season today at the Dr. Jack M. Toms Open, hosted by Lynchburg. The Diplomats look to translate indoor success this winter into the spring season, as six point scorers at the 2016 Centennial Conference (CC) Indoor Championships make the transition outside.
Franklin & Marshall’s Logan Lewis took on the nation’s best on Saturday at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, and the sophomore rose to the occasion, setting a new Centennial Conference (CC) record and finishing ninth overall in the shot put. The event was won by Theron Baumann of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Three Franklin & Marshall athletes are headed to the NCAA Indoor Track Championships, hosted by Grinnell College this weekend at the Charles Benson Bear ’39 Recreation and Athletic Center. Rebecca Swisher, Evan Friend, and Logan Lewis will all travel to Grinnell, Iowa for two days of competition, beginning on Friday and ending the following day.
Evan Friend and Logan Lewis both returned to action for Franklin & Marshall on Friday at the Tufts Last Chance Meet. Team scores were not kept, but the meet offered Lewis and Friend the opportunity to secure berths at the NCAA Championships next weekend in Grinnell, Iowa.
Ryan Kozloski’s eighth-place finish in the triple jump paced Franklin & Marshall at day one of the Centennial Conference (CC) Indoor Track Championships, hosted by Ursinus. At the end of day one, which featured competition in the 5000-meter run, pole vault, triple jump, and heptathlon, the Diplomats sit in seventh place with one point while Johns Hopkins (50 points) occupies first place.
The men of the Franklin & Marshall indoor track team head to Collegeville, Pa. on Saturday for day one of the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships. The two-day event, hosted by Ursinus, concludes on Sunday night.
Logan Lewis was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Field Athlete of the Week and Evan Friend earned CC Track Athlete of Week announced by the conference office on Monday. The honor is the third for Lewis and the first for Friend this season.
Logan Lewis took first in the shot put to lead Franklin & Marshall at the Keogh Invitational hosted by Haverford on Saturday. The event was a non-team scoring invitational and featured division III schools.