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The Hamilton College track & field teams hosted the Hamilton Quadrangular at Pritchard Track on Monday afternoon.

Women's Results | Men's Results

The Hamilton men and women combined for seven individual wins at the non-scoring meet.

Rachel Newman ’16 led a one-two-three finish in the 1,500-meter run, winning in 5:17.69. Michelle Fish ’17 won the 400-meter dash in 64.34 seconds, Kristine Oren ’16 cleared 2.90 meters in the pole vault and Yuwen Michelson ’17 posted a winning mark of 5.03 meters in the long jump.

Vishwa Rasania ’17 was second to Michelson in the long jump (4.31 meters) and Abby Homer ’16 was runner-up in the high jump (1.48 meters).

Samantha Buttrick ’17 took second in the 200-meter dash in 28.30 seconds and Lindsay Heyer ’17 was second in the 1,500-meter run (5:24.33).

Maggie Doolin ’14 finished third in both the hammer throw (38.6 meters) and javelin throw (23.17 meters). Sarah Ohanesian ’14 placed third in the 800-meter run (2:25.79) and Sarah Dimakis ’17 took third place in the 1,500-meter run (5:26.29).

Ohanesian, Buttrick and Fish all ran on the Continentals’ program-record distance medley relay, and Adrian Walsh ’16 anchored the quartet to a time of 12:32.49.

On the men’s side, Will Tifft ’14 won the hammer throw (44.38 meters). Matthew Peterfreund ’14, who placed first in the javelin throw (46.26 meters), was second in the hammer (41.57 meters).

The Continentals swept the first three spots in the 1,500-meter run behind Harry Sullivan ’16 (4:12.81), Adam Pfander ’16 (4:15.61) and James Bryan ’16 (4:16.92).

Jake London ’14 was runner-up in the 200-meter dash (22.78 seconds) and placed third in the 100-meter dash (11.35).

Zachary Pilson ’16 posted a mark of 5.01 meters in the long jump and Leonard Kilekwang ’16 recorded a distance of 12.72 meters in the triple jump as both athletes finished in second place.

Sam Reider ’14 took second in the 400-meter dash (50.78 seconds) and Andrew Mandelbaum ’16 was third in the 800-meter run (2:01.23).

Hamilton placed second in the 400-meter relay in 44.85 seconds. Robert Miles ’16 ran the first leg and was followed by London, Max Newman ’16 and Pilson.

The Continentals compete in the SUNY Geneseo Open on Saturday, April 19.

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