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February 5, 2013

College Roundup



Bomber Invitational

Sean Bernstein and Jake Alviene won the 60-meter dash and 60 hurdles, respectively, to highlight Oneonta State’s performances in the Bomber Invitational on Saturday at Ithaca College.

Bernstein tied the track record, crossing 6.96 seconds.

Alviene won the hurdles in 8.30, slightly off his school record of 8.15.

J.D. Roth broke his school record in the weight throw, finishing second with a distance of 54 feet, 10 ¾ inches. He added 3 inches to his previous record. Roth, named the SUNY Athletic Conference’s athlete of the week, also finished second in the shot put (47-6 ¼).

Joe Fox placed third in the weight throw at 53-3 ¾.

Tom Haskins contributed a third-place showing in the mile. He crossed in 4:21.94. Sean Mullen was third in the triple jump at 43-5 ¼.

On the girls side, Kaitlyn Brandt and Kacy Boburka finished third and fourth, respectively, in the 60. Brandt finished in 8.13 and Boburka in 8.24.

Marisa Hitchcock placed fourth in the 800 (2:24.85).

Oneonta High graduate Kim Scofield was fourth in the triple jump at 33-3.

O-State will send athletes to Boston University and Cornell this weekend.

SUNY Cobleskill also competed at Ithaca.

The Fighting Tigers received a third-place finish in the 1,000 from Marten Peterson, who was named Cobleskill’s athlete of the week. He finished 2:31.95.

Stephane Hanzler finished 34th in the weight throw with a distance of 34-9.

Cobleskill will return to Ithaca on Friday for a quadrangular meet.


Hartwick swept

Hartwick College’s men suffered their first loss of the season, 165-113, to sixth-ranked Stevens on Saturday in an Empire 8 Conference meet. Hartwick’s women also lost, 159.5-126.5.

Brad Ranson and Kenny Kleso set pool records to lead Hartwick’s men, who fell to 14-1 on the season. Ranson won the 50-yard freestyle in 21.32 seconds, beating the old record of 21.34 set in 2005. Kleso won the 500 free in 4:45.57, breaking his record of 4:46.49 he set last season.

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