SVSU Track and Field Competes in the Michigan-Silverston Invitational
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ANN ARBOR — The SVSU Men's and Women's Track and Field team headed down the mitten to participate in the Michigan-Silverston Invitational Friday (Feb. 16) afternoon. The Cardinals had a good showing in Ann Arbor, posting several stellar finishes against top-notch competition.
Morgan Fuerst finished seventh in the women 800m run with a time of 2:15.57, her college best time.
Sam Warren set a new career-low time in the 200m dash with 26.52 seconds.
Sydney Kreger and Jenna Keiser ran in the one mile race where Kreger finished 16th and Keiser came up right behind her with a 17th place fniish.
In the women's 3000m, Carissa Martin placed eighth with a 11:17.65.
Lauren Huebner participated in the women's 60 hurdles ad took fifth place with a flat time of 9.0 seconds, her collegiate best.
Sarah Rezler notched a ninth place finish in the high jump competiton.
Brooke Sutyak took 12th in the pole vaulting competition, jumping a 3-20.
Rounding out the women's side of action was Donna Jean Eschenbacher, finishing eighth overall.
Jamelle Russell finished 13th in the men's 60m dash with a time of 7.26 seconds.
Juan Bowers notched a ninth place finish a time of 22:38.
In the men's 400m finals, Dalton Hollandswroth finished 10th overall with a 15.51 seconds.
Cordell Ricardson ran an 8.85 in the men's 60m hurdles.
In the pole vaulting competition, jacob Kulhanek finished 11th overall.
Senior Andrew Mudd took third until the men's long jump finals.
Johnathan Johnson placed third in the triple jump finals with a height of 13.08m
Ryan Kelley had an NCAA Provisional mark in the shot put, tossing it a distance of 16.46m.
The teams will return to action at the 2018 GLIAC Indoor Championships, which will take place Feb. 24-25 in Allendale, Michigan.
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