Men's Track & Field places fourth at UW-Oshkosh Titan Challenge

Photo by Brian Mosemann
Photo by Brian Mosemann

OSHKOSH, Wis. – The Concordia University Wisconsin Men's Track & Field team finished fourth at the UW-Oshkosh Titan Challenge Saturday. The Falcons were paced by a pair of fourth-place finishes from Jake Roy, as well as a third-place effort in the long jump from Jordan Kelly.

THE BASICS
- Falcons Finish: 4th of 9 (39 points)
- Location: Kolf Sports Center – Oshkosh, Wisconsin

HOW IT HAPPENED
- Kelly (Mequon, Wis.) had a strong performance in the long jump Saturday, finishing third out of 28 competitors. He leaped 6.69 meters.

- Roy (Appleton, Wis.) had another good day for the Falcons, placing fourth in both the 60 and 200-meter dashes. He ran the 60 in a time of 7.10, while crossing the finish line in 22.88 in the 200.

- Samual Spranger (Fond du Lac, Wis.) added a fourth-place finish in the 400-meter dash. Spranger came across the finish line in a time of 50.87.

- The final top-five finish for CUW Saturday came from Zach Ziemann (Jackson, Wis.) in the mile run. Ziemann completed the race in a time of 4:32.41.

PR LIST
- Bill Adams (200 – 24.08)
- Camren Crouse (Shot Put – 12.35)
- Logan Goss (Triple Jump – 11.87)
- Tyus Groos (200 – 24.12)
- Jacob Grosenick (60 – 7.60)
- Grosenick (200 – 23.89)
- Logan Hass (200 – 23.91)
- Hass (400 – 52.57)
- Athanasius Hasselbrook (Shot Put – 9.89)
- Silas Hasselbrook (60 Hurdles – 8.52)
- Emanuel Huerta-Gutierrez (3K – 9:38.03)
- Henry Jensen (200 – 24.32)
- Joe Krier (Weight Throw – 12.60)
- Nick Margrett (200 – 23.59)
- Tyler Martinkus (Shot Put – 14.23)
- Martinkus (Weight Throw – 15.83)
- Damon Nick (400 – 51.56)
- Roy (60 – 7.10)
- Roy (200 – 22.88)
- Michael Taylor (Mile – 4:34.38)
- Matthew Wilcox (Mile – 4:57.06)
- Brandon Wooden (60 – 7.27)
- Wooden (200 – 24.09)
- Tafari Young (Long Jump – 5.64)
- Ziemann (Mile – 4:32.41)
- Tim Zunker (Pole Vault – 3.67)

UP NEXT
- The Falcons will compete at the NACC Indoor Championships next Saturday. The meet is set for an 11 a.m. start and will be held in Kenosha at Carthage College.