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Hopkins Honored by the Centennial Conference

Matthew Su earned first team honors in the long jump
Matthew Su earned first team honors in the long jump
March 6, 2018

 Lauren Dellipoali
By Lauren Dellipoali
Athletic Communications Assistant
Official Centennial Release

LANCASTER, PA – After winning its sixth straight Centennial Conference title, the Johns Hopkins men’s track & field team was honored by the conference, which released the all-conference selections today.

Twelve athletes earned first team accolades for their performances including Alex Mollick (60, 200, 4x200), Charlie Guan (60-meter hurdles), Ilan Rich (4x200), Ian Imery (4x200) and Eric Alimena (4x200). The 4 x800 relay team of Brett Wolfinger, Giacomo Taylor, Vipul Bhat, and Colton Takata also earned first team laurels. Joining them on the first team are Matthew Su (long jump), Royal Doolittle (triple jump) and Grant Mosser (heptathlon). Su and Mosser will be competing in next week’s NCAA Championship in Birmingham, AL as Su ranks 12th in the long jump (7.16m) while Mosser’s heptathlon score of 4,987 is the sixth-best in the nation.

The Blue Jays also placed 11 athletes on the second team including Mosser (high jump), Su (hurdles) and Rich (60-meter run). The 4x400 team of Jack Armand, Sam Mollin, Zach Shelley and Alimena earned second team honors while the DMR team of Scott Pourshalchi, Brandon Fielder, Armand and Shelley joined them on the team. Matt Fischetti (heptathlon) and Benjamin Huang (pole vault) also earned second team honors. 

Armand also earned honorable mention for his performance in the 800 while Alimena was named to the Sportsmanship Team.

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