<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> 2014 Terrier

Terrier Classic

At Boston University, January 25th, 2014

Full Results

Event First Last Mark Place
TJ Khalil Fleming 13.64 13
LJ Mark Cort 6.42 15
400 Matt Melton 48.55 17
5000 KC Fussell 14:56.71 20
5000 Dan Crowley 15:05.81 30
800 Brent Harrison 1:56.51 41
5000 Charlie Reighard 15:19.56 47
Mile Romey Sklar 4:19.75 61
800 Nick Codola 1:59.29 72
60 Khalil Fleming 7.41 78
3000 Ben  Fiedler 8:49.37 79
Mile Lucas Lebovitz 4:23.66 79
3000 Jeff Seelaus 8:52.28 83
Mile Jesse Fajnzylber 4:24.40 83
200 Mark Cort 23.06 85
3000 Gus Greenstein 8:52.72 85
800 Alex Durkee 2:00.52 87
3000 Raymond Meijer 8:53.38 87
200 Matt Melton 23.18 92
800 Judd Liebman 2:01.33 94
400 Jamie Sandel 52.20 116
200 Javier Paulino 23.76 124
400 Dennis Kennelly 53.25 132
200 Josh Young 24.11 137
400 Steve Hetterich 54.87 145
Mile Steven Lucey 4:42.87 148
Mile Sam Wohlforth 4:43.87 152
Mile Cole Hawkins 4:45.31 154



Meet Recap:

Performer of the Meet - Mark Cort, KC Fussell and Matt Melton

Intersession came to an end as classes began, and with the arrival of classes also put an end to the morning and afternoon practices and a chance to rest the legs a bit for the weekend. With the bodies a little less weary, the guys had a chance to really get a good test of where they were at and they certainly took advantage of the fast track at Boston University as they posted some great marks that will bode well for the remainder of the season. We got a lot of great marks throughout the day, a lot of great performances in a wide array of events and as a result, even picking a Performer of the Meet was a challenge so went with three for the week. KC Fussell, along with Dan Crowley and Charlie Reighard, were the first ones to step on the track in the opening section of the 5k. With opening miles of 448 for Fuss, and about 4:50 for Dan and Charlie then 9:35 and 9:38 at the 2 Mile, Fuss was right in the leading pack which started to string out a little bit over the next 3-4 laps, and with 3 laps to go, he had moved into the lead and made a strong push for the win, ultimately finishing 2nd and dipping under 15 minutes for the first time ever while Dan would knock about 15 seconds off his PR, running 15:05. Mark Cort got things done on the runway and on the track, as he got his long jump out over the 21 foot mark for the first time, finishing 15th on the day and hitting a DIII NE Mark and then would come back later in the afternoon and replicate that feat by hitting the standard in the 200 with his 23.06 time. Not to be outdone, Matt Melton threw done a great 400 as he ran to a new PR of 48.55 which was not only the fastest time of the day for DIII competitors but also is currently the nation's top 400 time. In the same event, only a few heats after both Jamie Sandel and Dennis Kennelly each had strong races running to their best indoor times. The final heat of the 3k saw a quartet of purple and black getting it done as Ben Fiedler led the first 10 laps of the race, coming thru the mile in 4:41 while Jeff Seelaus, Gus Greenstein and Raymond Meijer came through in 4:43, and then Gus made a strong move over the next 4 laps to put himself in contention for a big race, and in the last 2 laps Ben came blasting back to dip under 8:50 while Jeff and Gus would both run 8:52 (first time under 9 minutes for both) and Raymond just off of them in 8:53. Brent Harrison posted the fastest time of the day for the team in the 800 as he ran 1:56.51 while Nick Codola, a couple of heats later got under 2:00 while Alex Durkee was just over the 2:00 mark with Judd coming in just behind him in 2:01. Romey Skalr ran under 4:20 for the first time in the mile, coming up just shy of grabbing the win in his section while running 4:19.75. In a later section, Lucas Lebovitz had an incredible race for the first 1375 but the wheels came off a bit in the last lap but still raced to a 4:23 while in the next section, Jesse Fajnzylber knocked off a few seconds from his PR to run 4:24. Cole Hawkins and Sam Hawkins each had real strong races in the mile, with both hitting new PR marks despite dropping down from the distance to this event. Javier Paulino got under 24 seconds in the 200 while Josh Young just missed breaking that time, bot lowering his indoor time to 24.11.