LANCASTER, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall’s Kwaku Anno added a silver medal to his trophy case at Sunday’s final round of the Centennial Conference Track & Field Championships. Anno ran a 50.18 in the 400m dash to pick up the medal, coming in second to Dickinson’s Sean Denson who ran 49.34.
Anno placed sixth in 200m running 23.25. Teammate Lipton Thompson came in fifth at 23.04. Thompson added a fourth place (11.14) finish in 100m. Ursinus’ Albert Desiderio was the fastest man on the track running a 10.96. Anno added a fourth place finish in the high jump (1.81m).
Anno and Thompson teamed up with Steven Tracey and Jared Pickell in 4x100m relay. The team placed fourth with a 44.12. Muhlenberg’s relay team took gold at 43.47. F&M’s 4x400m relay team placed fifth with a time of 3:27.44. The team included Ryan Bell, Anno, Pickell and Thompson.
Lucas Burbank just missed the medals in the javelin throw with a distance of 55.07m. He was .06m off of bronze medalist Corwyn Gordon of Dickinson.
Franklin & Marshall finished the championships in 7th place
with 47 team points. Haverford repeated as champions scoring 170
team points. Dickinson (166) came in a close second followed by
Muhlenberg (117), Gettysburg (104) and Ursinus (96) was fifth.
Haverford’s Chaz Thomas and Johns Hopkins’ Adam Wadel were chosen outstanding performers in the field. Haverford’s Dan O’Toule received the honor for track events.