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Zach Jacobson Named Centennial Field Athlete of the Year

Zach Jacobson was named the Centennial Conference Field Athlete of the Year
Zach Jacobson was named the Centennial Conference Field Athlete of the Year
May 15, 2018

 Lauren Dellipoali
By Lauren Dellipoali
Athletic Communications Assistant
LANCASTER, PA – Senior Zach Jacobson of the Johns Hopkins men’s track and field team has been named the Centennial Conference Field Athlete of the Year while 12 other Blue Jays earned first team honors as announced by the league office today. Jacobson is sixth JHU athlete to win the award while the 13 first team honors are the most in program history. Giacomo Taylor was also named to the All-Sportsmanship team.

Jacobson had a tremendous senior season as he won both the discus and hammer throw at the Centennial Conference Championships and earlier in the season set the Centennial record in the hammer throw and the Hopkins record in the discus.

In addition to Jacobson, members of both the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams earned first team honors along with four other individual champions. Zach Shelley, Jack Armand, Colton Takata, and Taylor made up the 4x400 team while Ian Imery, Alex Mollick, Eric Alimena and Ilan Rich made up the 4x100 relay team. Shelley also earned first team honors for his victory in the 400-meter dash while Charlie Guan and Grant Mosser also earned first team laurels for their victories in the 110 and 400-meter hurdles, respectively. Matthew Su earned first team honors for his victory in the long jump while Matt Fischetti won the heptathlon to earn first team honors.

Su (100-meter dash, 110 hurdles), Mollick (200-meter dash) and Shelley (400-meter hurdles) also earned second team recognition along with senior Brandon Fielder who earned a second-place finish in the 800-meter dash.

Mollick (100-meter dash), Mosser (high jump), Guan (long jump) and Alimena (200-meter dash) also earned honorable mention along with Louis Levine who finished third in the 10k and Marshall Demaree who notched a third-place finish in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.

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