Scoring points for the men in individual events were junior Rocky Caparro (Staten Island, N.Y.), junior Justyn Haines (Albion, N.Y.), junior Damone Brown (Haverstraw, N.Y.), and senior Joseph Gabrielli (Depew, N.Y.).
Individual point-scorers among the women were junior Kristen Sawyer (Lockport, N.Y.), junior Sarah Couperus (Marion, N.Y.), junior Rachel Williams (Lockport, N.Y.), junior Miranda Warner (Westfield, N.Y.), and senior Kara Hall (Fredonia, N.Y.).
On the men's side:
Caparro finished third in the triple jump at 13.96 meters (45 feet, 9 ¾ inches). Haines cleared 4.55 meters (14 feet, 11 inches) in the pole vault to finish fourth. In the shot put, Brown was fifth (14.23 meters / 46 feet, 8 ¼ inches) and Gabrielli seventh (season-best 14.17 meters / 46 feet, 6 inches).
The fourth-place distance medley relay consisted of senior Bobby Cooper (Macedon, N.Y), junior Chase Towse (East Northport, N.Y.), junior Mitch Loiacano (Lockport, N.Y.), and sophomore Ethan Francis (Dunkirk, N.Y.) in a season-best time of 10:46.18.
After four events in the men's heptathlon, junior Mitchel Paciga (Jeffersonville, N.Y.) was ninth and senior Brendan Long (Milbrook, N.Y.) 12th. Also, sophomore pole vaulter Trent Howard (Dewittville, N.Y.) cleared a personal-best 4.25 meters (13 feet, 11 ¼ inches).
On the women's side:
Sawyer tied for second in the pole vault with a season-best 3.35 meters (10 feet, 11 ¾ inches). Couperus triple jumped a personal-best 11.11 meters (36 feet, 5 ½ inches) to finish third. In the shot put, Williams threw a season-best 11.56 meters (37 feet, 11 ¼ inches) to finish seventh. Hall's eighth-place finish in the 5,000 meters came in a personal-best time of 18:34.98.
Warner picked up one team point with an eighth-place showing in the pentathlon. Her 2,637 points was a personal-best as were her performances in all five events: 4.32 meters in the long jump, 10.25 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles, 9.16 meters in the shot put, 1.50 meters in the high jump, and 2:47.36 in the 800 meters.
A season-best 12:52.77 in the distance medley relay was a combined effort by sophomore Carly DeBono (Medford, N.Y.), junior Mikayla Capestrani (Jamestown, N.Y.), senior Kristen Guarino (Bergen, N.Y.), and sophomore Hannah Kurbs (Lockport, N.Y.). They finished fourth.
Two multi-athletes, freshman Fasha Antonio (Hollard, N.Y.) and senior Taylor Benzin (Depew, N.Y.), had PRs while competing in the pentathlon. Antonio dashed 10.53 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles. Benzin's PRs came in the 60 hurdles (11.03 seconds) and the long jump (4.59. meters)
Brown finished third and Gabrielli fourth in the 35-pound weight throw to earn six and five points, respectively. Brown's throw covered 17.04 meters (55 feet, 11 inches), fractions short of his personal-best (17.06), while Gabrielli went 14.79 meters (48 feet, 6 1/4 inches).
Personal-bests included a 9:12.86 clocking in the 3,000 meters by Zak Kellerman plus two new marks by senior Brendan Long (Millbrook, N.Y.) in the heptathlon. Long sprinted 9.96 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles one day after a personal-best 5.68 meters in the long jump. He was 11th and senior Mitchel Paciga (Jeffersonville, N.Y.) ninth in the heptathlon standings.
Fredonia slid to sixth place after finishing Friday in fourth while Buffalo State ascended into a tie for fourth place to earn two points in the Battle of Lake Erie, a sesaon-long, multi-sport competition between the Western New York sister schools.
Feldman raced to the win in 57.31 seconds inside the Brockport Special Events & Recreation Center. She had a preliminary time of 57.84 seconds Saturday on top of a season-best 57.60 seconds coming into the meet. She ranked No. 16 on the NCAA D3 qualifying list at the start of the weekend.
Feldman's 10 first-place points and eight second-place points earned by junior jumper Sarah Couperus (Marion, N.Y.) were the top Fredonia scores Saturday. Couperus finished second in the high jump by clearing 1.57 meters (5 feet, 1 3/4 inches).
Other individual points by came in the 3,000 meters as sophomore Hannah Kurbs (Lockport, N.Y.) finished seventh and sophomore Brenna Donovan (Youngstown, N.Y.) eighth. Both ran personal bests: 10:29.83 by Kurbs, 10:36.22 by Donovan.
Also recording personal-bests were sophomore Carly DeBono (Medford, N.Y.) in the mile with a time of 5:29.40, and junior Rachel Williams (Lockport, N.Y.) in the 20-pound weight throw with a distance of 13.61 meters (44 feet, 8 inches).