WORCESTER, Mass. – The Worcester State University men's outdoor track & field team traveled across-town to Holy Cross to meet up with NCAA Division I competition (Holy Cross, University of Rhode Island, University of New Hampshire) on Tuesday.
April 24, 2018
Holy Cross Men's Meet
No Team Scoring
WORCESTER STATE PERFORMERS
- Justin Lewis: 2nd Place in High Jump (2.10m/6-10.75)
- Markiesh Harmon: 2nd Place in Long Jump (6.66m/21-10.25), 4th Place in Triple Jump (13.43m/44-0.75)
- John Ojukwu: 2nd Place in 100 Meter Dash (11.00), 8th Place in 200 Meter Dash (24.57)
- Edward Boamah: 3rd Place in 200 Meter Dash (22.51), 5th Place in Long Jump (6.22m/20-5.00), 6th Place in 400 Meter Dash (49.87)
- 4x100 Meter Relay: 3rd Place (43.90): Zachary Poitras, Edward Boamah, Michael Butten, John Ojukwu
- Zachary Poitras: 4th Place in 200 Meter Dash (23.04), 7th Place in 100 Meter Dash (11.39)
- Marcus Vieira: 5th Place in Hammer Throw (52.34m/171-09), 6th Place in Discus Throw (44.14m/144-10)
- Andrew Valle: 6th Place in Javelin Throw (43.74m/143-06)
- Ryan Connolly: 6th Place in Triple Jump (12.74m/41-9.75), 8th Place in Long Jump (6.17m/20-3.00)
- Michael Butten: 7th Place in 200 Meter Dash (23.56), 10th Place in 100 Meter Dash (11.68)
- Omar Cordova: 8th Place in 400 Meter Hurdles (1:00.66)
The Lancers had three second place, and two third place finishers at the Holy Cross Men's Meet.
Justin Lewis (Lynn, Mass.) came in second in the high jump with a height of 2.10m (6-10.75).
Markiesh Harmon (Leominster, Mass.) qualified for Division III New England's in the long jump and triple jump. He marked a second place finish in the long jump at 6.66m (21-10.25), and then logged a personal best in the triple jump (13.43m/44-0.75) which was good for a fourth place finish.
John Ojukwu (Stow, Mass.) captured a second place finish in the 100 meter dash (11.00) and an eighth place marking in the 200 meter dash (24.57).
Edward Boamah (Worcester, Mass.) qualified for Division III New England's in the 200 meter dash with a season best time of 22.51, which was good for third place.
The Lancers head to Bridgewater on Saturday (Apr. 28) for the MASCAC/Alliance Championships.