WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Marist College men’s track team saw a 15-year-old school record fall on Saturday afternoon, highlighting competition at the Colonial Relays, held Friday and Saturday at the College of William and Mary.
Competing in the rarely contested 6,000-meter (4x1,500) relay, the team of Mark Vuono, Nick Salek, Charlie Ropes and Billy Posch placed seventh overall in 16:26.89, topping the 1998 mark of 16:39.38. Salek paced the team with the fastest 1,500-meter split of 4:03.5.
Earlier in the meet, on Friday, sophomore Ryan Scrudato placed second in the university division 5,000-meter run. Scrudato notched a personal-best time of 15:20.61. Later in the evening, senior Joel Moss placed 14th in a national-caliber field in the 10,000-meter run in 31:15.70. The time narrowly missed the IC4A standard of 31:08.00 in the event.
The men’s track team returns to action next weekend at both the Bucknell Bison Invitational at Lewisburg, Pa., and the Metropolitan Championships at Mahwah, N.J.
College of William and Mary, Zable Stadium
Friday and Saturday, April 5-6
26. Jesse Aprile 11.35
37. Darren Bushey 11.77
40. Tyler Schwarz 12.32
41. Jesse Aprile 23.14
55. Darren Bushey 24.75
44. Matt Panebianco 1:57.61
63. Bryan Buttigieg 2:01.64
1,500-meter run, University division
10. David Marthy 4:03.46 (personal best)
18. Nick Salek 4:05.65
27. Charlie Ropes 4:10.25
30. Mark Vuono 4:11.19
24. Ian Dorset 9:32.32
5,000-meter run, University division
2. Ryan Scrudato 15:20.61 (personal best)
13. Pat Rynkowski 15:46.64
15. Johnny Lee 15:51.45
14. Joel Moss 31:15.70
24. Billy Hild 32:48.32
23. Alex Cunningham 16.60
32. Zach Berzal 58.84
33. Rob Marone 59.09
19. Marist (Berzal 53.1, Panebianco 53.9, Marone 55.2, Vanzetta 52.4) 3:34.81
Sprint medley relay