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Men's Track and Field Completes Day One of Georgia Tech Invite

The Chanticleers will continue competing tomorrow, May 15.

Jason Jensen threw a new personal-best with a throw of 202'3 in the hammer.

Jason Jensen threw a new personal-best with a throw of 202'3 in the hammer.

May 14, 2010

Complete Results

ATLANTA, Ga.- Coastal Carolina University men’s track and field participated in day one of the Georgia Tech Invitational on Friday, May 14.

 

Highlighting the day was Jason Jensen, who threw his eighth-straight personal-best of 202’ 3” (61.64 meters) in the hammer throw, placing seventh in a competitive field.

 

Jason Flanagan also had a good result in second, as he tossed 220’11” (67.34 meters) in the javelin. Chris Tillotson took 15th after throwing a personal-best 190’1” (57.93 meters), while Bryan Fill followed in 18th with a throw of 180’11” (55.14 meters).

 

The Chanticleers had five athletes compete in the 100-meter dash preliminaries. Lenny Steed led the way for the Chants as he ran 10.67, placing 26th. Christopher Lawson followed Steed, running 10.70 in 28th place. Ryan Edlich ran 10.72 to finish 32nd, while Corey Jameson followed in 37th with a time of 10.74. Jerome St. Bernard ran 10.85 in 54th place.

 

In the 110-meter hurdles, Jack Hutchison ran 14.67, good for 32nd place, while Kasheem Clifton followed with a time of 14.87.

 

The lone distance competitor of the day, Kyle Kling, ran 3:52.64 in the 1,500 meter, placing 38th.

 

The Chanticleers will continue to compete in day two of the Georgia Tech Invitational on Saturday, May 15.