Sprint Medley Relay Team sets new program record on day two of Colonial Relays

WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia – The Stony Brook University men’s track team wrapped up day two at the Colonial Relays on Saturday, April 2. The Seawolves totaled 31 points to get a 12and place the general finish.

The sprint medley relay team set a new program record and finished third with a final time of 3:30.77. The team consisted of Josias Luctamar, Sebastian Ramos, Miles Ryanand Timothy Weber. The team surpassed the previous record of 3:31.15 set in 2015.

The 4×400 relay team made up of Alex Zdravkovic, Patrick ABEL, Matthew Capockand Nicolas Lavazoli also earned a third place with a final time of 3:14.88.

STRONG POINTS

  • The 1600 medley sprint relay team set a new program record and finished third with a final time of 3:30.77. The team consisted of Luctamar, Ramos, Ryan and Weber.
  • The 4×400 relay team of Zdravkovic, Abel, Cappock and Lavazoli secured third place with a final time of 3:14.88.
  • Luke Coulter crossed the finish line in 1:50.60 for fourth place in the 800 metres.
  • The 400 meter relay team clocked 42.82 which was good for a ninth place finish. The team consisted of Luctamar, Abel, Cappock, Ramos.

WOLVES QUOTES
“Today was a fun day, it was the first opportunity in the spring to put together relay teams. Both 4×400 teams (men and women) were very competitive, as well as our men’s SMR (Sprint Medley Relay) In one of the few individual races of the day, Luke Coulter ran well in her first 800m competition this spring. Over the 2 days, we competed well, the experience of competing in this type of atmosphere will make us better. I feel the group of athletes who traveled this weekend are looking forward to the rest of the season with a positive attitude and are excited about what they can accomplish as a team and individually,” said the head coach. Andrew Ronan.

FOLLOWING

The Seawolves are back on the track on Friday, April 8, when they travel to Providence, RI to participate in the Ocean State Invite.

Ryan H. Bowman