Army men third, women fourth at Patriot League championships

Men
Team standings: 1. Bucknell 167 points; 2. Navy 153; 3. Army (A) 149; 4. Lehigh 98; 5. Lafayette 72; 6. Colgate 20; 7. American 12; 8. Holy Cross 10.
100 meters: 6. Jason Wilkes (A) 11.03.
110 hurdles: 3. Thomas Ryan (A) 14.54; 7. James Holland (A) 15.20.
200: 9. Jason Wilkes (A) 22.38.
400: 5. Marcus Jackson (A) 48.50; 6. Patrick Taylor (A) 48.89; 11. Matthias Green (A) 49.59.
400 hurdles: 3. Taylor Kensy (A) 53.64; 4. Christopher Smith (A) 53.84; 11. Alex Cheng (A) 56.02.
800: 2. Christopher Jones (A) 1:51.35; 10. Clyde Wilson (A) 1:53.85; 15. Nathan Fisher (A) 1:54.56.
1,500: 4. Kevin Russell (A) 3:52.16; 15. Daniel Nix (A) 4:13.17.
3,000 steeplechase: 4. Barrett Lehardy (A) 9:12.30; 7. Mark Castelli (A) 9:20.56; 8. Daniel Jester (A) 9:28.92.
5,000: 9. Ricardo Galindo (A) 14:55.36; 20. Barrett Lehardy (A) 15:46.74; 21. Daniel Nix (A) 15:47.04; DNF. Mark Castelli (A) did not finish.
10,000: 4. Ricardo Galindo (A) 30:40.41.
400 relay: 3. Army (Patrick Taylor, Jason Wilkes, Taylor Kensy, Marcus Jackson) 41.79.
1,600 relay: 1. Army (Christopher Smith, Taylor Kensy, Patrick Taylor, Marcus Jackson) 3:13.70.
3,200 relay: 1. Army (Nathan Fisher, Clyde Wilson, Kevin Russell, Christopher Jones) 7:27.65, meet record.
High jump: 1. Thomas Wagner (A) 6-10.25; 5. Jacob Drozd (A) 6-6.25; 8. Earnest Holland (A) 6-4.25; 9. Michael Hutchins (A) 6-2.25.
Long jump: 1. Michael Hutchins (A) 23-4; 2. Thomas Wagner (A) 22-8.5; 4. Eliot Knotts (A) 22-3.5; 8. Frederick Beebe (A) 21-11.75.
Triple jump: 1. Wagner (A) 49-9; 2. Beebe (A) 49-1.5; 8. Knotts (A) 44-8.25; 10. Earnest Holland (A) 42-10.75
Pole vault: 6. Justin Harris (A) 15-3; 7. Ian Quinn (A) 15-3.
Shot put: 3. Scott Geary (A) 51-8.5; 6. Shane Jones (A) 48-8.75.
Hammer: 2. Nicholas Snoad (A) 194-1.
Discus: 2. Richard Davis (A) 166-10; 6. Shane Jones (A) 157-6; 10. Geary (A) 142-9.
Javelin: 4. Jacob Drozd (A) 185-4.
Decathlon: 5. Christopher Kittle (A) 5,993 points; 9. Michael Bliss (A) 5,590.

Women
Team standings: 1. Navy 156.5 points; 2. Bucknell 133.5; 3. Lehigh 118; 4. Army (A) 83; 5. Lafayette 79; 6. Holy Cross 55; 7. Colgate 51; 8. American 6.
100 meters: 13. Katherine Roose (A) 12.88.
100 hurdles: 1. Kaitlyn Love (A) 14.40; 8. Christina Johnson (A) 15.66; 10. Leah Lang (A) 16.11.
200: 18. Samantha Reid (A) 26.36.
400: 7. Katrina Donarski (A) 57.44; 15. Ashley Gordon (A) 59.87.
400 hurdles: 5. Kaitlyn Love (A) 1:03.84.
800: 6. Jennifer Comfort (A) 2:12.56; 12. Shalela Dowdy (A) 2:16.05; 14. Allie Sutherland (A) 2:16.79. DNF. Jillian Collins (A) did not finish.
1,500: 9. Chelsea Prahl (A) 4:40.03; 16. Rachel King (A) 4:50.20.
3,000 steeplechase: 3. Mary Prakel (A) 11:06.68; 4. Dayna Cline (A) 11:07.74; 10. Jennifer West (A) 11:34.96.
5,000: 2. Lisa Junta (A) 16:58.16; 18. Rachel King (A) 18:18.90.
10,000: 1. Lisa Junta (A) 36:40.68; 7. Marcie Nordt (A) 37:51.13.
400 relay: 6. Army (Katherine Roose, Kaitlyn Love, Samantha Reid, Katrina Donarski) 49.07.
1,600 relay: 7. Army (Ashley Gordon, Katilyn Love, Samantha Reid, Katrina Donarski) 3:57.22.
3,200 relay: 4. Army (Allie Sutherland, Shalala Dowdy, Jennifer Comfort, Katrina Donarski) 8:47.36.
High jump: 2. McKenzie Majchrzak (A) 5-5; 4. Christina Johnson (A) 5-5; 7. Brianna Miller (A) 5-3.
Long jump: 4. Crystal Christian (A) 18-3.75; 8. McKenzie Majchrzak (A) 17-5.25.
Triple jump: 6. Krystal Onyema (A) 36-6.75; 7. Jarietta Ross (A) 36-4.
Shot put: 8. Azeezat Olatunde (A) 39-10; 9. Krystal Onyema (A) 38-11.5; 11. Ashley Anthony (A) 38-2.25.
Discus: 1. Jessica Waggoner (A) 157-7; 10. Azeezat Olatunde (A) 132-8; 16. Ashley Anthony (A) 115-1.
Hammer: Foul, Makeba Jeffcoat (A).
Javelin: 3. Bonny Bradway (A) 139-7; 7. Chisom Odunze (A) 120-8; 12. Rebecca Kratz (A) 114-10.
Pole vault: 11. Laurel Neposchlan (A) 10-8.
Heptathlon: 4. Christina Johnson (A) 4,511 points; 6. Lindsey Danilack (A) 4,077.

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