QFS - Regular

Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania
Men's Track and Field Completes Final Penn Relays Tune-Up
Courtesy: Eric Dolan, associate director of athletic communications  
Release:  04/23/2011

Results

PRINCETON, N.J. - Freshman Maalik Reynolds won the high jump once again for the Quakers in the final tune-up before the Red and Blue host the 117th running of the Penn Relays. In all, six Quakers posted top-10 finishes at Princeton's Larry Ellis Invitational this weekend at Weaver Stadium.

Reynolds cleared his first two heights on the first attempt. Then won the meet by clearing the bar at 2.14 meters on his second try. The Indoor Heptagonal champion then cleared the next bar at 2.17 meters (7 feet, 1 1/2 inches) on his second attempt.

Junior Brian Rosenthal was eighth in the 400 meters. He won his heat with a time of 48.68. Meanwhile, freshman Mason Smith ran to an eighth-place finish in the 100 meters. He broke the 11-second barrier with a finish of 10.97.

In the 800 meters, sophomore Trevor Cordivari was seventh overall. He finished in 2:02.06. Also finishing in the top 10 was sophomore Seck Barry with a 10th-place time of 14.86 in the 110-meter hurdles.

Barry, Allante Keels, Darryll Oliver and Rosenthal teamed up for the fastest 4x400-relay of the year for the Quakers. They finished fifth with a time of 3:14.58.

Freshman Karl Ingram was fourth in the javelin. His third toss of the day was his best as it landed at 58.70 meters (192-07 ft.).

Some tickets are still available here for the 117th running of the Penn Relays, the world's oldest and largest relay carnival, April 28-30.



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