Men's Track and Field Completes Spring Trip at Duke Invitational

April 4, 2004

Durham, NC - The men's track and field team wrapped up their spring break trip at the Duke Invitational in North Carolina. Two top ten performances highlighting this early season meet, as many competed outdoors for the first time.

In the sprints, junior Dallas Dissmore (Fort Irwin, CA) and senior captain David Owen (Huntington, NY) both raced the 400 meter sprint, coming in at 49.01 and 49.03 respectively.

Sophomore Jake Golenor (Redding, CA) continued on his improvement in the throws. His discus mark of 166'07'' moved him up to fourth on the Bears' top ten list, good for fourth at the highly competitive meet.

Leading the longer distances, senior Matthew Emond (Green Harbor, MA) competed in the 5,000 meter event, timing in at 14:28.40, placing him seventh on the outdoor top ten.

Competing in the 110 high hurdles, senior Daveed Diggs (El Cerrito, CA) finished with a time of 14.81 in the preliminaries. Sophomore Christian Tabib (Valipariso, IN) raced the longer 400 meter intermediate hurdles and clocked 55.92.

Headlining for the jumpers was sophomore Ray Bobrownicki (Avondale, PA) who remains unbeaten this year in ivy competition, placing third overall with a jump of 6'10.75''.

Closing out the weekend was the Bears' 4x400 relay team with a time of 3:15.87.

The men's team competes next at home in Providence as they host the Brown Invitational on April 10.