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Postby UMaine » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:38 am

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Postby MBRer » Sun Oct 29, 2017 2:25 am

UMaine Women’s Cross Country Takes Seventh at America East Championships

ST. ALBANS, Vt. – The Maine Black Bears women's cross country team finished in seventh place overall at the America East Championships at Hard'ack Recreation Area on Saturday afternoon. The Black Bears finished the championships with 193 points in total.

Kaitlin Saulter was the Black Bears' top finisher on the day, completing the 5k course in 17th place with a time of 18.9.3.

Haley Lawrence finished in 26th place, registering a time of 18:36, as the second-fastest Black Bear. Cassandra Howard placed 54th (19:44.5), while Emma Jourdain took 60th with a time of 19:58.2.

Faith Gardner (20:15.5), Ahlin Sungsuwan (20:27.6), Hope Gardner (20:47.9), and Sara Hunt (21:08.0) also competed for the Black Bears

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Re: Cross Country / Track 2017:

Postby MBRer » Sun Oct 29, 2017 2:26 am

Willingham Earns First Team All-Conference, Maine Places Fifth at America East Championships
The junior finished the 8k in a time of 24:52.11


ST. ALBANS, Vt. – Led by an all-conference performance by Aaron Willingham, the Maine Black Bears men's cross country team placed fifth at the America East Championships at Hard'ack Recreation Area on Saturday afternoon. Maine totaled 148 points on the day.

Willingham, Maine's top-finisher all season, finished the 8k course hosted by Vermont in a time of 24:52.11. He finished fifth place overall out of 81 runners. The junior earned first-team all-conference honors with his performance.

Senior Logan Moses crossed the finish line 11 seconds later for the Black Bears for 18th place with a time of 25:45.67. Daniel Lesko followed with a time of 26:13.63 for 39th, while Simon Powhida finished soon after with a time of 26:22.10 for 41st.

Jacob Terry (27:07.25), Josh Horne (27:07.29), and Zach Lepage (29:18.18) also competed on the day.

Stony Brook won the championship meet with 40 points, followed by second-place UMass Lowell with 43 points, while UAlbany, and Vermont placed third and fourth, respectively. UNH took sixth, with Binghamton, UMBC and Hartford.


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Re: Cross Country / Track 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:46 am

Men’s Indoor Track and Field Opens Season at New Hampshire

DURHAM, N.H. -- The Maine Black Bears men's track and field team competed against New Hampshire on Saturday in the season opener, falling to the Wildcats 102-74 at Paul Sweet Oval.

The Black Bears won the mile run, as Jacob Johns ran a time of 4:21.43 to add five points to Maine's score. Logan Moses (4:24.48) took third in the event for two points. Aaron Willingham immediately followed with a win in the 3000 meter run, recording a time of 8:49.18. Jacob Terry placed third for two points, registering a time of 8:51.75 in the 3000 meter run. Troy Davis recorded the best high jump (2.00 meters) on the day to give Maine five points towards its total.

Other top finishers include Andrew Smith (6.77), Seth, White (6.77), and Dylan Smith (6.85) who finished second through fourth in the 55 meter dash. Andrew Clement, White, and Isaac Yeboah also took second through fourth in the 200-meter dash. Clement placed second best in the 400-meter (54.11), while Michael O'Clair took third (54.52). In the 500 meter, Cooper Nelson was the runner-up with a time of 1:10.38.

In his first race as a Black Bear, Ethan Orach finished third, tallying a time of 1:59.09. In the lone hurdles event, Colton Santoro finished in second place with a time of 8.02 in the 55 meter hurdles. Maine's Devin Burgess (4.25 meters), placed second in the pole vault, while Maine swept second place through seventh in the long jump. Davis finished with the best jump among the group of Black Beas with a 6.72 meter leap. Elijah White also took second in the triple jump, finishing his best sequence of jumps of 13.40 meters.

Both the men's and women's teams will travel back to New Hampshire next weekend, as Maine will compete against Dartmouth and New Hampshire in Hanover. Friday's multis event will start at 3:00 p.m., while Saturday's competition commences at noon.

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Re: Cross Country / Track 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:47 am

Women’s Indoor Track and Field Falls to New Hampshire in Season Opener

DURHAM, N.H. – The UMaine women's indoor track and field team opened up the 2017-18 season on Saturday, falling to UNH 105-73 at Paul Sweet Oval. The Black Bears combined to win six events on the day.

Cassidy Hill started the event by winning the 55 meter dash (7.40), while Ariel Clachar finished third in the event to give Maine seven of the 11 points in the event. In the 400-meter run, Lauren Manguson took first (59.00), while Catherine Christiansen finished fourth.

Clachar followed up her dash performance by taking first in the long jump (5.46 meters). Maine swept the top two positions in the triple jump, with Anna Schumann (10.60 meters) and Lucia Guarnieri (10.47 meters) taking the top two spots. The Black Bears also won the weight throw, with Alice Barnsdale (16.41 meters) and Rachel Bergeron (16.01 meters) placed first and second respectively in the weight throw.

Other top finishers include Kaitlin Saulter placing second in the mile run with a time of 5:12.36. Tiffany Tanner took third in the 800-meter run (2:26.74), while Taylor Lenetine vaulted 3.20 meters, good enough for third place.

Both the men's and women's teams will travel back to New Hampshire next weekend, as Maine will compete against Datrmouth and New Hampshire in Hanover. Friday's multis event will start at 3:00 p.m., while Saturday's competition commences at noon.

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Re: Cross Country / Track 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 14, 2017 2:49 am

UMaine Football Players Nelson and Davis Move on to the Track

ORONO, MAINE (WABI) - UMaine football season ended last month. But, the athletic season is still in full swing for two Black Bear football players. Mozai Nelson and Ben Davis both are sprinters on the track team. While it seems similar to football, they say they have work to do.

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