Men's Track & field with strong performance at Yale Invitational

Men's Track & field with strong performance at Yale Invitational

New Haven.- The Sacred Heart men's track & field team competed at the 2017 Yale Springtime Invitational on Sunday.

Reigning indoor conference champion, Giuseppe DeLucia, cleared 13'11.25" in the pole vault. The senior currently sits 3rd going into the championship weekend, after clearing 14'5.25" earlier this season.

Michael Kearns took 2nd in the shot put, with a New England qualifying throw that was just shy of an IC4A mark as well. The sophomore's mark of the day was 51'5" feet, but Kearns currently sits 3rd in the NEC with his throw last week at Stony Brook, 52'10.25".
Steven Lefebvre and Christian Carter went 4th and 5th in the hammer throw, with Lefebvre setting a season best and Carter setting a career best mark. Lefebvre's mark (158'1") is now 6th in the NEC and Carter's (155'5") is 7th.
Joshua Beloff took 3rd in the long jump, with a season best mark of 21'8.75". With the jump Beloff moves into 6th in NEC rankings.
Reid Chemidlin cleared 6'0.5" in the high jump. Chemidlin currently sits 8th in the NEC at the mark he cleared at the Monmouth season opener, 6'2.25".
Patrick DiIorio won the men's javelin throw with a mark of 173'7". DiIorio currently ranks 8th in the NEC with his throw of 176'3" at the George Mason Spring Invitational earlier this month.