Track & Field opens outdoor season at Monmouth

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March 26, 2012

Final Stats

West Long Branch, N.J. - Stony Brook's track & field teams opened the 2012 outdoor season at Monmouth last weekend. The men's and women's 5,000 and the women's 1,500 shined in the first outdoor meet of the season.

Sophomore Carlos Roa (Jamaica, N.Y.), senior Thomas Rammelkamp (Miller Place, N.Y.) and sophomore Nicholas Lemon (Middletown, N.Y.) placed second, third and fourth with times of 14:57.18, 15:07.83 and 15:13.15. Roa's time broke a seven-year-old meet record.

Juniors Annie Keown (Auckland, New Zealand) and Lorraine McCarthy (Waterford, Ireland) finished one and two in the 5,000, setting a collegiate meet record of 17:22.45 and 17:24.97, respectively.

The trio of seniors Mary O'Connor (Waterford, Ireland), Carolina Cortes (Woodmere, N.Y.) and Kristal Conklin (Middletown, N.Y.) took first, second and third in the 1,500 with times of 4:38.03, 4:39.37 and 4:40.43.

Senior Jillian Fauser (East Northport, N.Y.) placed third in the 800 (2:22.65) and senior Justine Noeltook fourth (2:23.47).

Freshman Terry Martin (Bloomingburg, N.Y.) ran an 11.40 in the 100. Freshman Lamar Hayes(Voorhees, N.J.) finished 12th in the 200 (23.12).


 

 

Freshman Adam Davies (Lindenhurst, N.Y.) recorded a long jump of 5.84 meters.

The women's 1,600 sprint medley, made up of seniors LaQuashia Hall (New York, N.Y.), Christina Johnson (Elmont, N.Y.), Conklin and sophomore Katie Manzi (Swan Lake, N.Y.) took third (4:14.00).

Sophomore Andrea Giannini(Trumbull, Conn.) placed fourth in the javelin (39.33m), a new school record.

The outdoor season continues on April 4 with the first annual Stony Brook Quad Meet.