Men's T&F Wins 4x800, Stands Fourth After Day Two

Men's T&F Wins 4x800, Stands Fourth After Day Two

(Collegeville, Pa.) – The Dickinson men's track & field team is currently fourth in the team standings after the second day of competition at the Centennial Conference Outdoor Championships.

The Red Devils had a strong finish to the day, winning the 4x800 relay with a time of 7:50.99. Senior Billy Dougherty (Mt. Lebanon, Pa./Mt. Lebanon) ran the lead leg with junior Eric Herrmann (Saint James, N.Y./Smithtown) on the anchor. Thomas Riordan (Campbell, S.C./Landrum) and Bryce Descavish (Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria) ran the middle legs.

Riordan advanced to the finals of the 400 meters with the second-best time of the day at 51.11 and Herrmann ran to fourth to qualify for Sunday in the 800 meters.

Senior Matt Persick (West Chester, Pa./West Chester Henderson) had a top 10 showing, placing ninth in the 3000-meter steeplechase.

First-year Garrett Randall (Gwynn Oak, Md./Loyola-Blakefield) qualified for the finals of the 100 and 200-meter dash, coming in sixth and seventh, respectively, in the prelims. Michael Murphy (West Pittston, Pa./Wyoming Area) just missed the cut, placing ninth in the 200.

Senior Devin Glasson (Canton, Conn./Canton) threw the discus 43.11 meters to claim sixth while first-year Ben Sobel (Hanover, N.H./Hanover) was ninth in the high jump.

The Red Devils trail third-place Swarthmore by 10 points (54-44) while Johns Hopkins holds the top spot over Haverford (95-66). Competition concludes with the final events on Sunday.

 

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