April 20, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s track and field team completed competition at the 28th Jesse Owens Track Classic Saturday afternoon at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Here’s a complete recap:
Faust (10.56) and junior Demoye Bogle (10.62) turned in a 1-2 finish. Third place went to John Lundy of Notre Dame College in 10.67 seconds.
Freshman Donovan Robertson placed fifth overall in a time of 14.53. Greggmar Swift of Indiana State was first in 14.03.
Faust picked up a second win on the day in the 200m, crossing the finish line in 21.26 seconds. Joe Horn of Ashland was the runner-up in 21.31.
Blanks placed fourth with a time of 52.62. Unattached competitor Jermel Kindred crossed the finish line in first place with a time of 51.50.
Junior Cody Marshall cleared the bar at 4.82m (15-9.75), finishing in a four-way tie for second place. Michigan State’s Cliff Miller was the winner at 5.10m (16-8.75).
Hartfield turned in a mark of 7.96m (26-1.50) to capture first place. Unattached competitor Collister Fahie was second at 7.35m (24-1.50).
Freshman Brant Reardon finished in a fourth-place tie at 1.95m (6-4.75) with Cody Jones of Kent State. Lake Erie’s Edward Dudley placed first at 2.10m (6-10.75).
Freshman Julian Vann took third place at 14.30m (46-11.00). Lake Erie’s Joseph Postwaite captured first place at 14.80m (48-6.75).
Seventh place went to freshman Joseph Velez at 60.58m (198-9.00). Nike’s A.G. Kruger, the Jesse Owens meet- and stadium-record holder, placed first with a 75.45m (247-6.50) heave.
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