FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – Ryan Kozloski's victory in the javelin led a number of top performances by the Franklin and Marshall men's track and field program on Saturday at Mary Washington. The event was not team scored.
-Kozloski recorded a mark of 55.92 meters (183'-5.75") to win the javelin by more than seven meters. Tanner Erisman took second in the event, marking a distance of 48.30 meters (158'-5.75").
-Logan Lewis paced the Diplomats in a trio of other throwing events, taking second in the shot put (15.58 meters, 51'-1.5") and the hammer throw (41.75 meters, 137'-0"). Ramon Williams took fifth in both events. Lewis also took fourth in the discus with a mark of 38.67 meters (126'-10.75").
-Spencer Lyman tallied F&M's best finish on the track, cruising to a second-place finish in the 5,000 meters with a time of 15:41.90.
-Nick Salatino Jr. stormed to a time of 11.84 in the 100-meter dash, earning third place.
-Jabari Benjamin flew to a third-place finish of his own in the long jump, recording an effort of 5.46 meters (17'-11").
The Diplomats return to action on Saturday, hosting Gettysburg and Dickinson for the Little Three Meet.