F&M In Action at Delaware Open

F&M In Action at Delaware Open

NEWARK, Del. - Franklin & Marshall men's track and field returned to competition on Saturday afternoon at the Delaware Open, competing against team from Divisions I-III. The Diplomats tallied 20.50 points on the day, good for 12th place. 

Top Performers

-Spencer Lyman recorded F&M's best finish of the day, coming in third in the 1500-meter run with a time of 4:14.3. Fellow Diplomat Michael Whalen finished in 13th place with a time of 4:24.48.

-Logan Lewis handed in a pair of fourth-place finishes in both the shot put and the discus. In the shot put Lewis recorded a distance of 14.36 meters, while in the discus he tallied a mark of 44.13 meters, collecting four points in both events.

-Pat Manion finished the 3,000-meter run with a time of 9:28.82, taking fourth place. Bryce Williams also turned in a strong performance, logging a time of 9:40.39 to take eighth. Williams also performed well in the 800-meter run, placing 20th out of 46 athletes with a time of 2:07.97.

-Tanner Erisman captured a fifth-place finish in the javelin, recording a throw of 51.19 meters for two points. Senior Ryan Kozloski wasn't far behind, finishing in seventh place with a distance of 49.92 meters.

-George Pekeshe placed sixth in the pole vault with a height of 3.50 meters, followed by freshman teammate Jacob Farkas, who notched a height of 3.20 for eighth place.

-Nick Salatino Jr. registered a 17th-place finish in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.41.

Up Next

The Diplomats travel to East Stroudsburg on April 22 for the All-American Meet.