Panther track athletes compete in NCAAs
GENEVA, Ohio — The Middlebury College men’s 4×400-meter relay team posted an All-American fifth-place finish on Saturday during the final event of the three-day NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships in Geneva, Ohio, at University of Mount Union.
That finish was the best for the Panther athletes competing. The quartet of Arden Coleman, James Mulliken, Jimmy Martinez and Alex Nichols posted a qualifying time of 3:13.16 during Thursday’s preliminary before taking fifth in 3:13.28 on Saturday. That effort fell short of their national quickest time of 3:11.95 set during the Open New England Championships earlier in May.
Also on Saturday, Catie Skinner earned All-American status by taking eighth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 10:50.25. She shaved more than seven seconds off her qualifying time.
On Friday, Kevin Serrao took 11th in the 800-meter run in 1:51.70.
In Thursday’s women’s 1,500-meter preliminary run, Sasha Whittle posted a time of 4:35.94, good for 14th place. She missed Saturday’s final by 1.71 seconds.
Devon Player finished 20th in the women’s javelin on Thursday with a throw of 121 feet, 6 inches.
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