Stony Brook: Men's Results | Women's Results

NC State: Results

Penn Challenge: Results

NEW YORK - A trio of meets are in the books for the Columbia track & field teams this weekend, as the Lions traveled to Stony Brook, NC State, and Penn.

In the first of three outdoor meets this weekend, the Columbia won four events at Thursday's Stony Brook Quad.

Hunter Hasley led the men's squad with a pair of wins, coming in the discus and javelin. The rookie put up a 135'3" (41.23m) effort in the discus, while throwing the javelin 110'2" (33.57).

Alexis Turley-Young led the women with a pair of top finishes. In her first career outdoor meet, Turley-Young recorded a third place effort in the 100m dash at 13.36, before claiming a title in the javelin at 128'01" (39.03m).

The other win on the day for Columbia came from Libby Kokes, who ran 9:54.07 in the 3,000m to take the tape.

At NC State's home meet on Friday, Columbia had some impressive distance performances that sent a pair of women into the all-time top-10.

Junior Nell Crosby clocked a 16:22.55 in the 5,000m, crossing the line in eighth place and putting up the fifth fastest time in school history. In the 10,000m, rookie Abby McLaughlin went 34:31.21 for 10th, posting Columbia's sixth best all-time mark.

The men also had five runners take part in the event, with Kenny Vasbinder leading the 5,000m charge in 41st at 14:29.18, and George Miao leading the 10,000m run in 30:32.46.

At Saturday's Penn Challenge, the men's team scored points in a pair of events. Noah Lartigue was a fourth place finisher in the 200m dash, going 22.47 along the way. Ian Reinicke also added a point for the men, with a sixth place finish in the triple jump at 13.13m (43'01").