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Blue Jays Lead After Day One of CC Championships

Matt FIschetti is second in the heptathlon with 2,334 points
Matt FIschetti is second in the heptathlon with 2,334 points
Feb. 24, 2018


 Lauren Dellipoali
By Lauren Dellipoali
Athletic Communications Assistant
The Basics
• Location: Collegeville, PA • Ursinus College
• Team Score: 50 points
• The Short Story: The Johns Hopkins men's track and field team finished day one of the Centennial Conference Championships with a ten-point lead over Haverford.

How it Happened
Ollie Hickson (15:17.81) and Charles Thornton (15:10.79) took home fourth and fifth in the 5,000-meter run while Connor Delahanty (15:34.71) and Louis Levine (15:21.67) finished seventh and eighth as the Blue Jays earned 12 points in the event.
• The JHU 4x200 relay team of Ilan Rich, Eric Alimena, Ian Imery, and Alex Mollick earned 10 points with their first-place finish as the completed the event in 1:32.46.
• The Hopkins distance medley team of Brandon Fielder, Zach Shelley, Jack Armand and Scott Pourshalchi finished in second with a time of 10:24.48.
Benjamin Huang earned a second-place finish in the pole vault with a mark of 4.40m, which is a new personal best mark.
• Freshman Royal Doolittle won the triple jump with a jump of 13.66m.
Grant Mosser leads the heptathlon with 2,643 points while Matt Fischetti is in second with 2,334 points.

Up Next
• The Blue Jays return to action tomorrow for the final day of the Centennial Conference Championship.

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