Posted: May 03, 2019
Tiffin University's Men's Outdoor Track & Field team had a strong day at the 2019 G-MAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, hitting three provisional marks along the way.
The Dragons are currently in first place with 53.33 points while Walsh is right behind with 49 points. Hillsdale also keeps the score close with 44.33 while Cedarville is at 41.33 and Malone is fifth with 35 points. Most of the scoring thus far involves the multis and the field events.
Cameron Burrows hit provisional marks twice by winning titles in two events. He won the long jump with a mark of 7.36m and won the high jump with a mark of 2.15 meters.
Tristen Durr hit another provisional in the hammer throw, placing second with a mark of 62.04 meters.
Quincy Scott placed second in the long jump with 7.23 meters.
Also getting points for TU was Toryko Grace (5th in hammer), Nikolas Curtiss (6th in hammer), Brock Reinhard (7th in Javelin), Matt Ryser (8th in hammer), Terson Modeste (8th in high jump), John Hunt (8th in Decathlon), and Tyler Stuber (8th in Long jump).
The championship concludes tomorrow.