COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. – Wesley College's men's track & field team won its second meet of the season, scoring 116.50 points and besting eight other schools at the Ursinus Open on Friday afternoon. The Wolverines were followed by Stockton (90) and Widener (77).
Freshman Raymond King was the lone Wolverine to win an individual event, taking the triple jump in 44-08.25, but the 4x400m Relay of freshmen Anthony Brinkley, Evan Le'Mon and Dominic McAnulty, as well as junior Carlton Sheppard, took gold in 3:25.82. Wesley also got fifth place points in the triple jump from sophomore De'Vaughn Trader (40-07.75) while McAnulty and Brinkley took second and third in the 400m Dash in times of 51.51 and 51.98, respectively.
The Wolverines were dominant in the short sprints, taking second through eighth in the 60m Dash while going second through fifth, as well as seventh in the 200m Dash. Freshman Da'Jahn Lowery and Patrick Schlosser were second and third, respectively in the 60 in times of 7.06 and 7.11. Lowery also took third in the 200m Dash at 23.10, placing just behind freshman Markael Jenkins (22.93).
Arguably the best overall performance by a Wolverine on the day came from freshman Vidal Adams. Adams placed second in the long jump (21-01.25), fifth in the 60m Dash (7.13) and also ran in the 4x200m Relay that took third in 1:33.84. Joining Adams in the relay was Le'Mon, Sheppard and freshman Greg Taylor. Following Adams in the long jump was freshman Josh Byrne who took sixth in 19-05.50.
Also scoring points for Wesley on the day was freshman Kevin Clements, who finished fifth in the 5,000m with a time of 16:39.17.
On Saturday, February 22, Wesley will compete at the CAC Championships hosted by Christopher Newport University.