Males’s Note & Discipline: UConn Dominant In Beantown Explain

(UConn Athletics)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The UConn males’s song & self-discipline crew set up together a dominating efficiency to defend their crew title at the 2022 Beantown Explain at Harvard this weekend.

The Huskies piled up 201 total aspects to splendid the self-discipline and take hang of the meet for the 2nd-straight time, also taking the title in 2020, the final time it became once held. In 2nd issue became once host Harvard with 79 aspects and UMass Lowell in third with 78.

“The males’s crew got right here out this present day and regarded love the defending BIG EAST champs,” acknowledged Director of Wicked Nation and Note & Discipline Greg Roy. “This became once an out of this world job for the first meet of the 300 and sixty five days. A abundant beginning level for every teams coming out of this meet. Taking a uncover about forward, I am mad after what we observed this weekend.”

UConn bought first issue finishes on the song from junior Wellington Ventura (Cresskill, N.J.) within the 500 meters and freshman Mahamed Sharif (Westbrook, Maine) within the 1000 meters and within the self-discipline events, senior Matthew Brady (Biddeford, Maine) received the shot set up, classmate Daniel Claxton (Nesconset, N.Y.) took the high jump, sophomore Richmond Kwaateng (Lowell, Mass.) received the prolonged jump, junior Tyler Hrbek (Northvale, N.J.) the pole vault and junior Travis Snyder (Saco, Maine) received the heptathlon.

Heptathlon

Competing in his first profession heptathlon, junior Travis Snyder (Saco, Maine) notched a victory with a total of 5192 aspects over the seven events. Snyder received two events, taking the 60m hurdles in a time of 8.58 seconds and his strong level, the pole vault, clearing a height of 5.30m, a recent inner most splendid each indoors and exterior.

On The Note

The UConn junior tandem of Wellington Ventura (Cresskill, N.J.) and Noah Woodman (Hampstead, N.H.) went 1-2 within the 500 meters.

Ventura clocked a inner most-splendid time of 1: 02.72 and upright missed atmosphere a recent college file (1: 02.02 – Robert Rhodes/1994). Ventura became once adopted by Woodman in third at 1: 04.78, upright off his inner most splendid within the occasion.

Junior Joseph O’Brien (Shrewsbury, Mass.) posted a inner most splendid within the 60m shuffle, posting a time of 6.91 seconds, correct for fourth issue total. It became once all UConn within the 1000 meters, claiming the tip-5 spots.

Freshman Mahamed Sharif (Westbrook, Maine) made his indoor season debut as a Husky and received his first day out with a time of two: 27.17. Senior James Maniscalco (Fairfield, Conn.) became once 2nd within the mile with a time of 4: 12.12 a recent inner most splendid time.

The Huskies had three runners within the finals of the 60m hurdles with junior Xavier Smith (West Windsor, N.J.) main the manner with a 2nd issue clocking of 8.10 seconds. Junior Nicholas Pronovost (Coventry, Conn.) became once third in 8.31 seconds, a recent PR, and senior Benjamin Grosse (Wayzata, Minn.) became once fifth in 8.82 seconds.

Within the 4×440 relay, Woodman, Markus Bagley (Jersey City, N.J.), O’Brien and Ventura grabbed the tip-attach with a time of 3: 17.53.

In The Discipline

Senior Daniel Claxton (Nesconset, N.Y.) picked-up his first high jump victory of the season, clearing a height of two.13 meters.

Senior Matthew Brady (Biddeford, Maine) bought his indoor season off to a successful delivery, grabbing the tip-attach within the shot set up with a throw of 17.03 meters.

Sophomore Richmond Kwaateng (Lowell, Mass.) received the prolonged jump in his first day out this 300 and sixty five days, posting a jump of seven.30 meters.

UConn went 1-2 within the pole vault with junior Tyler Hrbek (Northvale, N.J.) successful the occasion at a recent inner most splendid height of 5.20 meters.

Freshman Patrick Oatman (Shrewsbury, Mass.) became once 2nd at 4.52 meters.

Freshman Kasey Savage (Tolland, Conn.) made his collegiate debut and competed within the triple jump, finishing 2nd with a jump of 14.09 meters.

Within the weight throw, senior Christopher Keegan (West Hartford, Conn.) took third with a throw of 18.10 meters. 

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