Men's Track & Field to Compete at Penn State and Navy

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PHILADELPHIA - After two straight weeks inside the historic Armory, the University of Pennsylvania men's track and field team splits between the Penn State National meet in State College, Pa., and Navy's Wesley Brown Invitational in Annapolis, Md., on Saturday.

The majority of the Quakers will compete inside Navy's Wesley A. Brown Field House. The meet starts at 11 a.m. and is set to conclude at 2:30 p.m. with the distance medley relay. Seniors Brian Fulton and Michael Cunningham are set to compete in the 1,000 meters and the mile, respectively at Penn State Saturday afternoon.

Last week, the Quakers returned to the Armory for the Great Dane Classic where sophomore Maalik Reynolds matched his indoor school record and won the high jump for the third straight meet. Meanwhile, the distance medley relay team reached the IC4A qualifying mark. Overall, the Quakers placed 11th out of 26 teams.

The Quakers traditionally compete at both of these meets in the last weekend of January. Last year at Penn State, then-seniors Philip Cawkwell, Luke Grau and James Foreman each reached the IC4A marks with top-five finishes. Then-sophomore Matt Chylak and then-freshman Conner Paez qualified for the IC4A's with top-ten performances at Navy.

A full recap of each meet will be available at PennAthletics.com shortly after their completion.

Download: Indoor and Outdoor Records.pdf