Schlosser, McAnulty Lead Men’s Track at Morgan State Legacy

Schlosser, McAnulty Lead Men’s Track at Morgan State Legacy

BALTIMORE, Md. – Sophomore Patrick Schlosser won the decathlon and classmate Dominic McAnulty shattered a school-record in the 400m Dash to lead the Wesley College men's track & field team to a an impressive showing at the Morgan State Legacy Meet on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Complete results were not made available until Sunday morning.

A native of Montgomery Village, Md., Schlosser, Wesley's first-ever decathlete who was competing in just his second-ever decathlon, got his first career win in the event and totaled a school-record 6,071 points.  Competing against all Division I athletes in the event, Schlosser won the 100m Dash (11.10), 400m Dash (50.03), 1500m Run (4:44.49), discus (131-4) and javelin (156-8) while also setting personal bests in the long jump and 110m hurdles.  Schlosser now ranks 12th nationally in the event and has been accepted to compete in the decathlon at the historic Penn Relays next Tuesday-Wednesday in Philadelphia.

McAnulty finished 11th among collegiate athletes in the 400m Dash, clocking a 48.63 which ranks first in the Capital Athletic Conference this season.  The sprinter from Rising Sun, Md., also broke his own school-record by nearly half a second.  In the same event, freshman Vicco Bedell ran a personal-record 49.66.

In the 110m hurdles, senior Matt Bundy and freshman Roland Attoh-Okine ran times that rank in the top ten nationally this season.  Bundy took third overall and his preliminary time of 14.48 is 3rd nationally while Attoh-Okine took sixth overall and his 14.64 in the prelims now ranks 7th in NCAA Division III.

McAnulty, Bedell and Bundy also played major roles in both of Wesley's relays which scored points in the meet.  Bundy anchored the 4x100m Relay to a sixth place finish and season-best 41.61 along with De'Vaughn Trader, DaJahn Lowery and Greg Taylor, while McAnulty and Bedell were the first two legs of the 4x400m Relay that took eighth in 3:19.38.  Joining the duo on the 4x4 were freshman Urgy Eado and sophomore Anthony Brinkley.

Among the relay competitors, Lowery qualified for finals in the 100m Dash and ran a 10.93 while also running a 22.52 in the 200m Dash.  Eado ran a season-best 1:56.82 in the 800m Dash and was followed closely by Ja'mier Bailey, who clocked a 1:59.85, which is also a personal-record.

Trader led off the 4x100m Relay for the first time this year with Schlosser in the decathlon put was very impressive.  He also put forth a great effort in the long jump, traveling 21' 10" to finish 10th overall.  In the other jumping event, freshman Brandon Hunter remains consistent, placing seventh with an effort of 44-02.5".

Also turning in noteworthy performances on the day were sophomore Will Johnson and freshman Myles Garrison in the 400m hurdles in times of 58.46 and 58.58, respectively.  Antwan Ellerbe finished ninth in the shot put and sophomore Ryan Shilling tossed the discus 124-11.

The Wolverines will have Schlosser and both the 4x100 and the 4x200 Relays at Penn Relays next week.