F&M Men’s Track & Field CC Championships Preview

F&M Men’s Track & Field CC Championships Preview

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LANCASTER, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall's men's indoor track and field team travels to Collegeville, Pa. on Saturday for the first of two days of competition at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships. Ursinus is hosting the event, which ends Sunday evening. 

After taking eighth last year with 30 points and two medals, the Diplomats hope to deliver a strong overall performance. Johns Hopkins took home the team title with 193.5 points.

Logan Lewis is favored for a three-peat performance entering with the top spot in the shot put this year. The senior's longest throw of 15.61m is good for 29th across all DIII athletes and half a meter ahead of the next conference competitor.

The men's 4x400-meter relay comes in at fourth (3:36.43), needing a three-second boost to surpass the third-seeded team. 

Spencer Lyman carriers F&M's best chance in the 800-meter run as his 2:01.90 finish is good for ninth. 

Jabari Benjamin currently sits as the 11th seed in for the high jump (1.75m).

Meet Schedule 

Saturday, February 24 (exact start times, unless specified as approximate)

10:00 am – Track Opens for Warm-ups

11:30 am – Women's Triple Jump

11:30 am – Women's Pole Vault (men to follow)

11:40 am – Women's Pentathlon Hurdles

12:00 pm – Women's 60 dash (trials)

12:05 pm – Heptathlon Long Jump (approximate start time)

12:10 pm – Men's 60 dash (trials)

12:20 pm – Men's Heptathlon 60

12:25 pm – Women's 60 hurdles (trials)

12:35 pm – Pentathlon High Jump (approximate start time)

12:40 pm – Men's 60 hurdles (trials)

1:00   pm – Women's 5000m

1:30   pm – Heptathlon shot put (approximate start time)

1:45   pm – Men's 5000m

2:00   pm – Men's Triple Jump

2:10   pm – Pentathlon Shot Put (approximate start time)

2:30   pm – Women's DMR

2:45   pm – Men's DMR

3:00   pm – Heptathlon High Jump (approximate start time)

3:00   pm – Women's 4x200 relay

3:05   pm – Pentathlon Long Jump (approximate start time)

3:10   pm – Men's 4x200 relay

4:05   pm – Pentathlon 800 (approximate start time)

 

Sunday, February 25

9:30   am – Track Opens for Warm-ups

11:30 am – Heptathlon 60 Hurdles

12:00 pm – Women's High Jump

12:00 pm – Men's Long Jump

12:00 pm – Men's Shot Put (Women to follow)

12:00 pm – Women's Mile

12:20 pm – Men's Mile

12:40 pm – Women's 400

12:55 pm – Men's 400

1:10   pm – Heptathlon Pole Vault (approximate start time)

1:15   pm – Women's 60 hurdles (finals)

1:25   pm – Men's 60 hurdles (finals)

1:35   pm – Women's 60 dash (finals)

1:45   pm – Men's 60 dash (finals)

1:55   pm – Women's 800

2:00   pm – Men's High Jump

2:00   pm – Women's Long Jump

2:10   pm – Men's 800

2:20   pm – Women's 200

2:40   pm – Men's 200

3:00   pm – Women's 3000m

3:20   pm – Heptathlon 1000 (approximate start time)

3:25   pm – Men's 3000m

3:55   pm – Women's 4x800 relay

4:05   pm – Men's 4x800 relay

4:15   pm – Women's 4x400 relay

4:25   pm – Men's 4x400 relay

4:45   pm – Awards