The University of Findlay men's and women's track teams competed at the Flag City Open on February 16 in Findlay, Ohio.
The Oilers claimed the top four finishes in the men's weight throw. Senior Austin Combs placed first with an automatic qualifying throw of 21.71m (71-02.75). His throw is the best in Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) history. Junior Eldred Henry earned second place with a provisional qualifying throw of 18.71m (61-04.75). Senior Dequan Lovell and junior Javian Martin threw for 18.70m (61-04.25) and junior Javian Martin 17.73m (58-02.00) to hit provisional qualifying marks and earn third and fourth place respectively.
In the men's long jump freshman Justin Dreyling took first place with a 6.82m (22-04.50) jump.
Freshman Josh Steinbrunner earned first place in the men's high jump with a height of 1.83m (6-00.00).
In the men's pole vault sophomore Gabe Makin hit a provisional qualifying mark and earned first place with a height of 4.75m (15-07.00).
The Oilers were the first three finishers in the men's 60 meter dash. Sophomore Jacob Hill ran a 6.94 to take first, while freshman Ja'Quan Buffaloe ran a 7.07 and senior Zack Jellison ran a 7.14 to take secnd and third place resepectively.
Freshman Dylan Hunter ran a 18:11.70 in the men's 5000 meter run to finish second.
In the men's 1 mile run, sophomore Jack Adams placed third with a time of 4:28.87.
Junior Javian Martin took third in the men's shot put with a distance of 14.49m (47-06.50).
In the women's pole vault, freshman Meadow Cromer placed first with a provisional qualifying vault of 3.66m (12-00.00).
In the women's shot put Hahler had a provisional qualifying distance 14.10m (46-03.25) to earn second.
Junior Jenna Shipman placed second in the women's 60 meter dash with a time of 7.98.
In the women's 60 meter hurdles, 3 freshman Carlee McCluer ran a 9.59 to take third.
Sophomore Mia Johnson jumped for 9.92m (32-06.50) in the women's triple jump to finish third.