WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – Wesley College's men's track team opened the outdoor season at the 50th Colonial Relays hosted by William & Mary at Zable Stadium on Friday and Saturday afternoons.
DaJahn Lowery opened the weekend placing 8th overall out of 62 runners with his 10.84 preliminary time. Lowery now ranks 12th in NCAA Division III with his time.
Freshman Roland Attoh-Okine competed in both the 110m hurdles and 400m hurdles and clocked a 14.75 and 56.95, respectively. Attoh-Okine's mark in the 110m hurdles ranks 10th in the Nation.
An All-American last year, Lowery also ran the second leg of the 4x100m Relay which took 4th overall and tops among Division III schools in 41.79. Classmate and fellow All-American Patrick Schlosser led off the relay before passing to Lowery, Greg Taylor and Matt Bundy. The time of 41.79 is currently the 4th-fastest nationally.
Attoh-Okine completed his busy day by leading off the sprint medley relay which set a school-record by over nine seconds in 3:31.10. Following him in the relay was Bedell, Dominic McAnulty and Urgy Eado.
The lone field athlete to compete for Wesley was James Okike who took 9th in the high jump with a mark of 6-02.25.
The Wolverines return to the track on Saturday, April 11 at the Loyola/Hopkins Invitational in Baltimore.