NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Wesley College's men's track & field team finished fourth of seven schools at the Capital Athletic Conference Indoor Championships hosted by Christopher Newport University on Saturday afternoon. The Wolverines tallied 60.33 points, just behind Salisbury (147.33), Christopher Newport (130.33) and York (71).
Matt Bundy, DaJahn Lowery and 4x400m Relay all had second place finishes to lead the Navy & White on the day. Bundy took second in the 60m hurdles (8.20) just ahead of freshman Roland Attoh-Okine who took third in a personal-record 8.28. Bundy also anchored the 4x400 Relay to a time of 3:23.73 along with sophomores Dominic McAnulty and Anthony Brinkley, as well as freshman Vicco Bedell.
Lowery clocked a 6.94 in the 60m Dash, just ahead of teammate Greg Taylor in third (7.03). Lowery also won his heat in the 200m Dash by 68 hundredths of a second in 22.89 which was seventh overall, just behind teammate Patrick Schlosser who finished fourth in 22.68. Schlosser also finished fourth in the 400m Dash in 50.68.
McAnulty also made his collegiate debut in the triple jump and took third in 44-02.75. Also in the jumps, Brandin Somerville, James Okike and Zach Taylor tied for fourth place, clearing 6-01.50, while Robert Wiggs took sixth in the long jump with a 21-05.50" effort.
Antwan Ellerbe had a solid performance in the shot put, placing fifth with a toss of 43-03.25".
Wesley also had three school-records on the day with Urgy Eado running a 4:24.20 in the Mile to finish sixth and he also anchored the Distance Medley Relay to a fourth place 11:00.84. Joining Eado on the DMR were Ja'mier Bailey, Will Johnson and Evan Le'Mon.
Adam Gibson also broke the old school-mark in the pole vault, clearing 11-11.75.
The Wolverines return to the track on Sunday, March 1 at the Boston University Last Chance Meet.