Track and field wraps up day one of AE Outdoor Championships

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May 4, 2013

Men's Results Women's Results

Vestal, N.Y. - Annie Keown placed fourth and hit an ECAC qualifier when she clocked in at 35:58.10 in the women's 10000-meter run to highlight the first day of competition Saturday at the America East Outdoor Championships for the Stony Brook men's and women's track and field teams.

Olivia Burne, Christina Melian and Kate Pouder each earned spots in the finals of the women's 1500-meter run. Burne and Melian finished fourth and fifth, respectively, while Pouder took 11th. 

Allyson Laporte nabbed fourth in the javelin on a 38.14-meter throw, while Andrea Giannini was seventh with a 36.38-meter toss.

Sara Conway finished eighth in the high jump on a 1.56-meter jump to earn a point for the Seawolves in the team standings, while Megan Liu did the same by placing eighth in the long jump. Conway posted a 4.93-meter leap.

On the men's side, Chris Hand tallied a 49.38-meter throw in the men's javelin throw and finished fourth. 

Robert Taylor qualified for the men in the 400-meter dash, clocking in at 48.93 and qualifying for tomorrow's finals. Terry Martin will race in the finals of the 400-meter hurdles after placing fifth in 54.34 today. 

Daniel Denis, Tyler Frigge and Joseph Clark finished eighth, ninth and tenth, respectively, in the men's 1500-meter to stamp their tickets to the event's final race Sunday. 

Anthony Fratto placed sixth in the men's hammer throw with a 48.18-meter heave. 

Nicholas Lemon tallied a point for the Seawolves with an eighth-place result in the men's 10000-meter run in 32.17.99.

Competition concludes tomorrow in Vestal, N.Y.