Men's Track & Field compete Larry Ellis and Wolfie Invitational

Men's Track & Field compete Larry Ellis and Wolfie Invitational

Princeton, NJ. - The Sacred Heart University Men's Track & Field team was in action at multiple meets over past weekend. The Pioneers competed at the 2017 Larry Ellis Invitational, hosted by Princeton University as well as the Wolfie Invitational, hosted by Stony Brook.

Larry Ellis Invitational

Trevor Guerrera ran an IC4A and New England time in the 800 meters, crossing the line in 1:50.27. The defending NEC Champion now sits first in the NEC in the event, and 2nd in the 1500 meters.

Connor Rog also ran a time well under the IC4A and New England standards in the 5000 meters. The graduate student finished in 14:34.10 and sits first in the NEC.
Jeffrey Young finished 5th in the 110m hurdles. In the preliminary round, the freshman matched his personal best and IC4A/New England time of 14.82 seconds. In the finals, he crossed the line in 14.85, also an IC4A/New England time. The rookie currently sits 7th in NEC rankings.
Sebastian Pierre ran a season best in the 400 meters, finishing in a time just shy of the New England standard, 49.55 seconds.
Wolfie Invitational
 

Michael Kearns had a huge personal best in the shot put, winning the event with a throw of 52'10.25" feet. The mark is an IC4A and New England qualifying mark and moves him into 3rd in the NEC rankings. Teammate David Roy IV also set a new personal best mark of 51'5.5" feet, which bests the New England standard and moves the senior into 4th in NEC rankings.

Steven Lefebvre won the hammer throw at a mark of 145-8 feet. Lefebvre currently ranks 6th in the NEC in the event.