ISLAND OF STATEN, NY – The Stony Brook University men’s track and field team competed in the Fast Track Invitational Friday at Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex.
Senior Conor Malanaphy earned a second-place finish in the mile race crossing the line in a final time of 4:12.20.
Four student-athletes set new personal bests during the invite. Freshmen Dolapo Babalola and Aidan Graziano broke new records in the 60 meter hurdles. First-year student justin vazquez set a new personal best in the 60 meters and second Gavin DaVanzo set a new record in the long jump.
- Malanaphy earned a second-place finish in the mile race with a final time of 4:12.20.
- Babalola and Graziano set new personal bests in the 60 meter hurdles with their respective times of 8.97 and 9.20.
- Vazquez crossed the finish line in 7.26 to claim a tenth-place finish in the 60 meters and set a new personal best. Josias Luctamar finished the event with a time of 7.28 which was good for a 12and arrival point.
- DaVanzo recorded a mark of 6.31m in the long jump to surpass his previous record of 6.30m.
“Today was about giving athletes who hadn’t competed for the past few weeks the opportunity to get back into the competitive environment and see where they are with their fitness. Some have come out of the day knowing they were on track for some quality performances over the next few weeks, but some realize they still have work to do to get back to their competitive best,” said the head coach Andrew Ronan.
The Seawolves are back in action at Ocean Breeze on Friday, February 25 at 3 p.m. when they take part in the Fast Track Last Chance Invite.