Sophomore Richard Kemp had NYSCTC provisional marks in both events, placing third in the triple jump (41-7) and third in the long jump (19-11.75).
Other NYSCTC provisional qualifiers from Cobleskill were sophomore Lavaugh Garland in the 400 hurdles (fourth, 58.85) and sophomore Justin Contestabile in the same event (sixth, 59.44).
The Fighting Tigers will compete in the All-American Meet at East Stroudsburg University this Saturday.
O-State sets records
Oneonta State’s men and women had record-setting Saturdays as the Red Dragons sent split squads to compete at Bucknell’s Bison Classic and at the RPI Invitational.
Charles Remillard placed 22nd in the 5-kilometer run at Bucknell, which featured athletes from divisions I-III, with a program-record time of 14:56.62. Remillard broke the school record he set a year ago at the same meet by 8 seconds.
Mike Didas contributed a personal best in the 5k (15:11.00), which marks the Red Dragons’ fourth-fastest time in program history.
At RPI, Joe Fox broke his school record in the discus with an ECAC-qualifying distance of 156-11 for second place. He also took second in the shot put with an ECAC distance of 49-1.5.
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton graduate Eddie Cotton (100, 11.27), Steve Kuznia (400 hurdles, 56.66), Jake Alviene (110 hurdles, ECAC-qualifying 14.73) and J.D. Roth (hammer throw, personal-best and ECAC-qualifying 184-3) earned victories for O-State.
Alviene also ran an ECAC-qualifying time in the 200 (22.25), which was good for third.
Danielle Kennedy and Alexandria Kober also set program records for the Red Dragons women.
Kennedy broke the 17-minute barrier for the first time in the 5K with a school-record 16:58.49 at Bucknell. Her sixth-place finish ranks her sixth among D-III runners.
Kober had an ECAC-qualifying mark of 17-10 in the long jump at Rensselaer. She broke the 2011 school record of 17-5 set by Michelle Chartrand. Kober also hit the ECAC standard in the triple jump (36-3).