Track ‘ Field: Junior breaks Northeastern record in 60-meter dash

الخيارات الثنائية حساب تجريبي 24option By Adam Riglian

source site The men’s and women’s track teams both came away with victories Saturday in dual meet competition against Harvard at Gordon Track. The teams won by scores of 74-71 and 68-59, respectively.

الخيارات الثنائية 100 مجانا Senior Derek Anderson (10) and junior Christian Tirella (10.5) led the way for the men, scoring nearly a third of the team’s overall points. Junior Obaro Emenike continued his success on the short track, breaking the school record for the 60-meter dash with a sharp 6.92. Senior Jordine Kimbrel and junior Zara Northover won two events each for the women’s team, who also had solid wins from sophomore Allison Warren in the 400 and senior Nubia Newsome in the hurdles. Coach Sherman Hart said his team performed well coming off the break, but will be tested in the upcoming Great Dane Classic in on New York City Jan. 20.

ابي اشتري اسهم بقيمة ٤٠ دينار The men’s team performed well in their victory over Harvard. Tirella won the 200 and 400-meter dashes and placed third in the high jump. The men swept the 200-meter and pole vault, while taking the top two spots in three other events.

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click “The team did an awesome job, we fought for every point and were focused on beating Harvard after our loss last year,” Tirella said. The 4 x 400 meter relay turned in another strong performance, winning by a sizable margin.

enter “I think the relay has a good future, we have a freshman, Dan Ensel, that we’re working on to become a huge factor in the 400, but I know that anyone we put in there to run will run their leg hard,” Tirella said. Freshman recruit Nate Hunter made his first appearance in competition, placing second in the shotput. Derek Anderson won both throwing events by comfortable margins at the Harvard meet. He experienced even greater success on Sunday at the Dartmouth Relays, where his throw of 61 feet, 7 inches not only won the event but qualified him for nationals.

click The women’s team turned in another strong performance, coming off an eight-win performance at the New Balance Husky Carnival, despite losing sophomore Tramaine Shaw to a minor injury.

go here “We kept our heads high and were very motivated,” said Alison Warren, winner of the 400-meter and a member of the winning 4 x 400 relay team.

follow site In the sprints Kimbrel took both the 60-meter dash and 200-meter for the Huskies. Controlling both throwing events, Northover won the shotput and weight throw. Elsewhere in field events, sophomore Alice Rybalko and senior Laura Chmielewski scored first and second in the triple jump, while international freshman Olivia Kalinowski won the pole vault. “Both teams performed well off the break, but I’m not dancing in the streets,” Hart said.

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