Stony Brook kicks off indoor season at Fordham

Nicholas Lemon finished fifth in the 3000
 
Nicholas Lemon finished fifth in the 3000
 
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Dec. 2, 2011

Meet Results

Bronx, N.Y. - After an exciting cross country season, Stony Brook's track and field teams opened the 2011-12 indoor season at Fordham Friday night. A host of newcomers put forth impressive performances.

Freshman Lamar Hayes won the 200 dash (22.5) and finished second in the long jump (6.59). Freshman Terry Martin won the long jump (6.97m) and 60m hurdles (8.3h), and took third in the 200 (23.2).

Freshman Bari Dar placed first in the weight throw (14.74) as the Seawolves swept the event.

Freshman Tahj Evans took second in the 60 dash (7.0h).

Freshman Tyler Frigge finished second in the 3,000 (9:00.2).

Freshman Jordan Seymore was the top Seawolf in the triple jump (12.19m). Sophomore Anthony Fratto finished second in the shot put (13.23).

On the women's side, senior LaQuashia Hall finished second in two events. She ran a 8.0 60 and a 27.0 200.

Sophomore Robin Lynn placed second in the mile (5:24.5).

"Tonight was a great start to the 2011-12 indoor track season," head coach Andy Ronan said.  We had some very encouraging performances from a young squad. The sprinters, jumpers and throwers have been working hard for the last 12 weeks.  Tonight, they got a chance to see where they stand in a competitive environment, and I feel they did very well.  Terry Martin wins in the Hurdles and Long Jump, Lamar Hayes first in 200m and 2nd in Long Jump, and Tajh Evans school record in 60m. It is early, but I feel we got out of the blocks well tonight."