The University of Findlay men's and women's track and field teams completed day two of the 2019 Findlay Alumni Classic & Elite Throws on January 26 in the Malcolm Athletic Center.
Freshman Justin Dreyling took first in the men's long jump with a provisional qualifying jump of 7.20m (23-07.50). Sophomore Martin Etsey jumped for a distance of 6.95m (22-09.75) to place third in the event.
In the men's 60 meter dash, sophomore Jacob Hill ran a 6.96 to take first place.
The Oilers claimed the top four finished in the men's 400 meter dash. Freshman Xavier Marable ran a 49.37 to earn first place, while freshman Lane Kolb ran a 52.55 to take second, and sophomore Set Saylor ran a 52.77, and senior Zack Jellison ran a 52.83 to finished third and fourth respectively.
Etsey placed first in the men's triple jump with a provisional qualifying distance of 14.87m (48-09.50). Dreyling finished second in the event, jumping for 13.93 m (45-08.50).
In the men's 200 meter dash, freshman Ethan Pensante ran a 23.21 to earn second place, while Jellison came in close behind to take third with a time of 23.52.
In the men's 800 meter run sophomore Daniel Agbola ran a 1:59.75 to take second place.
The men's 4x400 meter relay team placed first in their event. Shelby, Kolb, Pensante, and Marable ran a 3:22.80 collectively.
In the men's weight throw elite, senior Austin Combs hit a provisional qualifying mark with his , 20.32m (66-08.00) throw to take second place, while senior Dequan Lovell placed third with a provisional qualifying throw of 18.81m (61-08.50).
Junior Jenna Shipman took first in the women's long jump, jumping for a distance of 5.47m (17-11.50).
The women's 4x400 meter relay team also finished first in their event. Shipman, junior Aubreah Manns, Robinett, and Hemmings ran a 4:00.27 collectively.