Many different Huskies turned in top-five results on The American's performance list
Sophomore Craig Hunter won the pole vault at the Armory Track Invitational held in New York City
UConn Posts Eight Top Finishes On The Day
Men's Track & Field Dominated Its Home Meet on Saturday Afternoon
Two of the eight UConn athletes to qualify for final heats posted top times
AAC Men's Outdoor Championship Final Day (photos by Stephen Slade)
- Placed second in triple jump at the UConn Spring Invite with a distance of 14.09m.
- Finished in third place for the triple jump with a leap of 13.84m at the Dog Fight...Ran to ninth in the 200m dash with a time of 23.50.
- Captured ninth place in the triple jump at the IC4A Championship with a distance of 14.52m.
- Took seventh in the triple jump after registering 14.87m at the American Athletic Conference Championship... also finished 15th in the long jump with a leap of 6.55m.
- Won the triple jump at the URI Coaches Tribute Invitational with a distance of 14.82m.
- Recorded a long jump of 6.76m at the Sykes & Sabock Challenge Cup.
- Captured fourth place in the triple jump at the IC4A Championships with a leap of 14.99m.
- Finished 12th (6.96m) in the triple jump at the BIG EAST Championships... placed eighth in the triple jump (14.80m).
- Placed ninth in the triple jump at the IC4A Championships with a mark of 14.47m.
- Took 16th in the long jump at the BIG EAST Championships with a leap of 6.69m... finished sixth (14.69m) in the triple jump.
- Was 16th in the long jump (6.57m) at the New England Championships... grabbed fifth in the triple jump (14.61m).
- Finished 31st in the triple jump at the IC4A Championships (6.73m).
- Finished 14th in the long jump (6.94m) and 12th in the triple jump (14.18m) at the BIG EAST Championships.