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Pioneers Finish Weekend at Susquehanna; Perlino Wins Two Events

Pioneers Finish Weekend at Susquehanna; Perlino Wins Two Events

The Alfred State Men's Track and Field team competed at the Susquehana Easter Invitational. 

The day began with the 400m hurdles, Kyle Brown finished in 8th place with a time of 1:04.58.

The Pioneers also competed in the 4x100 relay and placed 2nd. The team of Nicholas Florczak, Shawn RosaZach Rudewicz-Nepokroeff and Esaias Brumfield finished with a time of 43.32. The team only finished 3-tenths of a scond behind the winning team from Lock Haven. 

Maxwell Chiarella competed in the 1500 and placed 15th with a time of 4:32.29.

Kyle Brown competed in his second event of the day in the 110m hurdles and finished in 6th place with a time of 19.84.

Nicholas Florczak also competed in the 100m race and finished in 2nd place with a time of 11.29. Florczak missed first place by 3-hundredths of a second.

Shawn Rosa ran in the 400m and also placed 2nd with a time of 50.44. The winning time was an even 50 seconds.

Jacob Rightmyer competed in the 800m race and placed 7th with a time of 2:03.27. Brian Clark also ran in the 800, finishing in 11th with a time of 2:07.10.

Zach Rudewicz-Nepokroeff also ran in the 200m and finished in 8th place with a time of 23.57. 

Andrew Hvisdak won the 5000m and finished with a time of 16:44.51.

The team of Brian Clark, Jacob Rightmyer, Kyle Brown and Shawn Rosa raced in the 4x400 and finished in 3rd with a time of 3:29.78.
In the field portion of the day, James Olson began with a 12.97m throw in the shot put. Olson's throw was good enough for 2nd place. 
Dylan Perlino won both the hammer throw and the discus throw today. In the hammer, Perlino's throw of 53m bested 2nd place by over 7m. Perlino's throw of 50.39m in the discus was almost 9 meters further than second place. 
Jesse Johnson finished in 5th place in the high jump with a jump of 1.81m .
Zach Rudewicz-Nepokroeff competed in the long jump and placed 2nd with a distance of 6.41m.

Aden Alexander rounded out the day for the Pioneers in the triple jump with a distance of 12.46m. His jump was good enough for 3rd place. 
The Pioneers head to Brockport next weekend to continue their outdoor season.