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April 25, 2014
Vol. 55 No. 22

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Susquehanna shatters marks

On May 12 and 13 the men's and women's track and field teams competed in the Bison Outdoor Classic hosted by Bucknell. Competing against mostly Division I teams, the Crusaders rose to the occasion, and numerous school records were broken.
The meet opened Saturday with distance and fields events.
Having already broken the school record in the javelin earlier in the season with a mark of 42.74 meters, freshman sprinter and thrower Gabrielle Alguire, broke her own record, while taking second place in the event with a throw of 44.54 meters.
Junior distance runner Paul Crowe broke the program record in the 10,000 meter run. Crowe ran a 30:48.87 in the race, which is equivalent to 6.2 miles, beating his personal best by nearly one minute. The school record in the 10,000 meter was set by Greg Pealer in 1983 at 31:23.24. Crowe broke the 31-year old record by nearly 35 seconds.
Sophomore Ashley West turned in a fast time in her event as well. West set the second fastest time in program history in the 1500 meter. Running a 4:41.77, she took six-seconds off her original personal record.
Day two of the Bison Outdoor Classic came to an end Sunday with several great performances. Freshman Jasmine Mitchell went on to earn 19th overall in the 100-meter dash with her time of 12.78.
Sophomore Kwane Hayle finished 10th in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.96, tying his personal best.
Hayle competed in the 200-meter dash as well, where he took 13th place with a time of 22.55.
Mitchell also took part in the women's 4 by 100 with Alguire, Manouchka Paulemont and junior Thanida Sermsuwan who turned in a combined time of 51.32. Armond Owens, Cedric Barfield, Michael Terwilliger and Hayle ran the men's 4 by 100 in 42.49.
In Sunday's field events, Sermsuwan competed in the triple jump, where she jumped a career best mark of 10.73.
Junior thrower Cam Weaver was seventh overall in the women's shot put with a throw of 11.96, and sophomore thrower Tom Schetroma took second overall in the men's shot put with a throw of 14.03.

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