Penn Relays: Men's Distance Medley Relay Breaks School Record
Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars

PHILADELPHIA - On Friday, April 26 the Columbia track and field returned to Franklin Field for day two of the Penn Relays for another record performance at the prestigious meet. The quartet of Daniel Everett , Connor Claflin, Harrison McFann and John Gregorek combined for a school record time of 9:38.64 in men’s distance medley relay. This top performance comes just one day after the Columbia women’s DMR squad set the school record on opening day.

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NBC will showcase the USA vs. The World series on Saturday, April 27 from 1-3 p.m. EST. From 3-5 p.m., live coverage of The Penn Relays will air on NBC Universal, making it four complete hours of live action from Franklin Field available to fans in high definition television on Saturday.

Columbia’s day-to-day competition schedule in Philadelphia is listed below:

Saturday, April 27

12:15p.m. Men's Hammer Throw Duncan Dickerson
12:45p.m. Men's 4xMile Championships of America Columbia
4:10p.m. Women's 4x800m Championships of America Columbia
4:40p.m. Men's 4x800m Championships of America Columbia