Lots of Victories and ECAC/IC4A Qualifications at CNU
There were a number of victories at the CNU Invitational including Cam Shriver in the high jump in 6'6.25 (2.1 m), Nicole Kzauba in the pole vault in 12-3.5 (4 m), Natalie Baird in the shot put in 43'03" (12.66m), Sallie Ford in the 5K in 18.26.65, men's distance medley in 10:14.45, Colin Leak in 4:14.69, Kelly McElroy in the 1000 meters in 3:00.17, Harry Miller in the 1000 meters in 2:29.32, Ashley Madonick in the 400 in 58.03, Ian Fitzgerald in 154.19, Emily Anderson in the 3000 meters in 9:29.01, Wilhelm Patterson in the 3000 meters in 8:18.02, Sallie Ford in the 5K in 18.26
Finishing second were Emily Jeremiah was in the pole vault in 11'9.75" (3.75m), Chris Banks 2nd in the shot put in 46'07.25" (14.88m), the woman's 4x800 in 9:15 in the prelims and 9:50.5 in the finals, Sara Lasker in 18.57.13, Jay Bilsborrow in 4:14.88, Ariel Bubrey in 300.82, Brian Sklowowski in 2:29.41, Lian Anastasia-Murphy in 154.36 in the 800 meters, Lynn Morelia in the 3000 meters in 9:51. 13, red shirting Peter Dorrell in 8:30.64, Sara Lasker in th3 5K in 18:57,
Those qualifying for the IC4A meet were Miller (1000), Leak (mile), Patterson , Dorrell, Midland, Pence, Gates, and Morris (3000m), and Shriver (HJ)
Qualifying for the ECAC meet were Anderson and Morelia(3K). Anderson's run is a NCAA provisional qualifier and will soon be on this site in its entirety.
Finishing in third in their events were Lewis Woodward in 4:15.18 in the mile, Glennis Loftland in 3:01.82 in the 1000 meters, Chris Tyson in 2:29.99, Kayley Byrne in the 3000 m in 10:08.69, Andrew Midland in the 3000 meters in 8:33, Doug Zimmer in the pole vault in 14'05"