Track and field finishes Big East outdoor championships
The men’s and women’s track and field teams finished seventh and 10th, respectively, during the weekend at the Big East Outdoor Championships in Philadelphia.
The men racked up points with a strong showing from defending Big East champion Glenn Fowler, who took first in the 400-meter hurdles for the second year in a row, posting a career-best 51.05 seconds.
The men’s 4×100-meter relay team also had a solid performance with a second place finish, losing to the University of Cincinnati by one-tenth of a second. Senior Errol Blackmon and junior Greg Fontus added points in the high jump and 100-meter.
Junior Yvana Hepburn finished third in the 100-meter hurdles and sophomore pole-vaulter Stephanie Duffy also took third with vault of 12-7 feet.
The Bulls are back on the road again this weekend, heading to the Georgia Tech Invitational before regional qualifying begins at the end of May.
— Jonathan Harrell
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