Bundy Wins 110m Hurdles in Record Fashion

Matthew Bundy
Matthew Bundy

WEST CHESTER, Pa. - Four different Wolverines broke Wesley College outdoor track & field school records, including Matt Bundy who won the 110m hurdles on Saturday afternoon at the 2012 Golden Ram Invitational.

A sophomore from Media, Pa., Bundy won his event in 15.24, breaking Larry Beavers' three-year old mark of 15.33 that was set in the 2009 CAC Championships.

Alex DelloBuono shaved over 23 seconds off the 1,500m record, crossing the finish in 4:30.29 while fellow distance runner Richard Feeney set a new standard with a 2:06.42 in the 800m.

Making his Wesley debut, Jarrod Diaz broke the Wesley school-mark in the triple jump with a 13.77m effort.  His new standard broke Dakevis Howard's old mark of 13.54m that was set in the 2008 Hornet Invitational.

Also placing well for the Wolverines on the day was Leon Jones, who placed eighth in the 100m (11.52).

The Wolverines are back on the track next week when they compete at the two-day Danny Curran Invitational on March 30-31 in Chester, Pa.