Highlights from the Women’s side include two school records. Senior Laura Morrison finished 22nd in the meet, bettering her own school record performance with a time of 4:58.64. The school record also fell in the 4000-meter distance medley relay. The team of Hannah Kurbs, Brittany Feldman, Bonnie Bingeli and Laura Morrison ran the DMR in 12:18.78, bettering the previous mark set in 2011 of 12:36.49
Other notable performances include Freshman Hannah Kurbs. She ran the fastest 3000-meters in freshman history with a time of 10:43.96 beating the previous record held by Lauren Truby from 2011. Also competing in the 3000-meter was Julia Johnson who ran a personal best time of 11:12.22. Brittany Feldman performed well in both the 200m and 400m (26.25, 58.73).
On the Men’s side the school record also fell in the 4000-meter Distance Medley Relay. The team of Bobby Cooper, Nick Watson, Collin Mulcahy and Kyle Collins clocked in at 10:10.83 overtaking the previous mark of 10:11.43 set last year.
Other top performances included Kyle Collins running 8:29.22 in the 3000 meter run, the second fastest time in school history. Running the mile both Mulcahy and Cyd Scott had personal best performances of 4:11.32 and 4:28.51 respectively.
The rest of the team traveled to Brockport for the Golden Eagle Multi & Invitational. The women placed 10th out of 18 teams and the men were 8th of 17.
Notable performances include freshman, Nick Serafin, with a second place in the high jump clearing 1.88 meters for a SUNYAC qualifying mark, Rocky Caparro jumped 13.63m in the triple jump for a 4th place finish. Throwers Sawyer Bell, Kyle Brown and Hsin Chin finished 3rd, 5th and 6th respectively in the weight throw. Also placing well were Mitch Paciga with a 5th place finish in the heptathlon with 3757 points and Brendan Long finishing 6th with 3278 points and qualifying for SUNYACs.
Highlights on the women’s side were Kristen Guarino with a 10th place finish in the 800 meters with a time of 2:29.60, Carly DeBono finished the mile run in a time of 5:43.94 for 9th place. Junior Kara Hall ran a personal best in the 5000 meters for an 8th place finish in 19:05.13. The pole vaulters had an exceptional performance placing 4 in the top 10, Kristen Sawer fifth (3.45m), Mikayla Capistrani sixth (3.35m), Julia Schreier seventh (3.20m) and Olivia Kurbs tenth (3.20m). Anneliese Bienko and Rachel Williams threw well in the shot put with throws of 11.88m for 5th place and 11.22m for 9th place respectively. Sophomore Sarah Couperus finished 5th in the high jump and 9th in the triple jump (1.48m, 10.10m)