Sophomore Cara DeAngelis (Norton/Ellet) and sophomore Sarah Bechtel (Bellefontaine) set school records as Ohio Wesleyan’s women won the team title at the Marv Frye Invitational, hosted by Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday at Selby Stadium and the George Gauthier Track.
Ohio Wesleyan won the meet with 154 5/6 points to 123 5/6 for Case Reserve. Baldwin-Wallace was third with 119 points, followed by Heidelberg (75), Muskingum (56 1/3), Capital (56), Albion (45), Kenyon (42), Denison (30), Bluffton (19) and Ohio Northern (3).
DeAngelis won the 1,500-meter run in 4:34.24, breaking the school record of 4:37.12 she set last year.
Bechtel won the pole vault by clearing 12-1½, eclipsing the mark of 11-7¾ she set last year.
Also winning events for Ohio Wesleyan were sophomore Antoinette Jolliff (Cardington/Cardington-Lincoln), who broke the tape in the 400-meter hurdles in 1:06.44 and tied for second in the pole vault; and freshman Alex Tavenier (Elizabeth City, N.C./Northeastern), who won the 3000-meter steeplechase in 12:24.99.
MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
1st of 13 at Marv Frye Invitational
Junior Silas Jolliff (Cardington/Cardington-Lincoln), junior Ethan Freet (London), senior Evan Hitchcock (Fishers, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern), and senior Sharif Kronemer (Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook) won events to lead Ohio Wesleyan to the team title at the Marv Frye Invitational, hosted by Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday at Selby Stadium and the George Gauthier Track.
Ohio Wesleyan won the meet with 139 points to 112 for Heidelberg. Baldwin-Wallace finished third with 107 points, followed by Case Reserve (100), Muskingum (76½), Ohio Dominican (57), Denison (39), Albion (34), and Ohio Northern (30). Capital and Mount Union tied for 10th place with 18 points apiece, followed by Kenyon (7) and Bluffton (3½).
Jolliff won the 200-meter dash in :22.05 and finished second in the 400-meter dash.
Freet won the 400-meter hurdles in :52.84 and added a fourth-place finish in the 100-meter dash. Freet and Jolliff also teamed with junior Jake Eldridge (London) and senior David Franklin (Reynoldsburg) to finish second in the 400-meter relay.
Hitchcock won the 5000-meter run in 14:45.57.
Kronemer broke the tape in the 800-meter run in 1:54.66.