BALTIMORE, Md. – Wesley College's men's track team was victorious in the 4x400m Relay and Sprint Medley Relays and saw six school-records go down at the Hopkins/Loyola Invitational on Saturday. The Wolverines finished fourth as a team, finishing with 58 total points in the 20 team meet.
Capping off the day, the squad of freshmen Patrick Schlosser, Evan Le'Mon and Dominic McAnulty as well as junior Carlton Sheppard took gold in the 4x400m Relay in a school-record time of 3:18.62. McAnulty was also a member of the winning sprint medley relay in a school-record time of 3:40.26. Joining McAnulty in the SMR was fellow freshmen Eddie Williams, Will Johnson and Anthony Brinkley.
Schlosser, Sheppard and Brinkley also broke school-records in individual events. Schlosser, along with classmate Thomas Kidwell went 10-00.0 in the pole vault to establish a new record while Sheppard took fifth in the 800m (1:54.32) and Brinkley fourth in the 400m Hurdles (55.49).
Kidwell and Schlosser also scored in their specialty field events with Kidwell taking fifth in the javelin (153-02.75) and Schlosser sixth in the discus (132-10.25).
A native of Montgomery Village, Md., Schlosser also ran in the silver medal winning 4x100m Relay that set a school-record in 41.62 and ranks in the top ten nationally. Joining Schlosser in the 4x100 was freshmen Vidal Adams, Da'Jahn Lowery and Markael Jenkins.
Jenkins, Lowery and Schlosser showed off Wesley's sprinting depth in the 100m Dash as all three broke 11 seconds. Jenkins took third in the event in 10.90, while Lowery finished sixth in 10.96 and Schlosser seventh in 10.98. Freshman Johnny Crenshaw just missed the plateau with a time of 11.14 while Adams went 11.20 and freshman Noel Spencer (11.29).
Lowery also scored in the 200m Dash with a fourth place performance in 22.08 with Crenshaw (22.30), Spencer (22.57) and Williams (22.64) also competing.
Also having a standout day for the Wolverines was De'Vaughn Trader who took third in the long jump (22-03.00) and fifth in the triple jump (43-00.25).
The Wolverines return to the track for the Delaware State Invitational on Tuesday, April 15.