Men’s Track & Field Wins Coaches Tribute on Senior Day

Men’s Track & Field Wins Coaches Tribute on Senior Day

Meet Information:
Coaches Tribute Invitational
Mackal Fieldhouse | Kingston, R.I.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Senior Day Photos

Complete Results

Setting the Scene
The Rhode Island men's track & field team finished first at the Coaches Tribute Invitational with 193 points on Saturday. New Hampshire (83.5), Stonehill (69.5), Fordham (62.5), UMass-Lowell (58.5), Central Connecticut (53), Providence (48), Brown (48), CCRI (15), WPI (13), and Bryant (12) rounded out the group of competitors.

Rhode Island Results

  • Senior Ronald Woodley won the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.97 to qualify him for IC4A's. His time was also a career best. Teammate Mike DiMambro finished in fourth, crossing the line at 7.14.
  • Jalen Young won the 200-meter dash with an IC4A qualifying mark of 22.22. 
  • The Rams finished in the top three spots in the 60-meter hurdles with Wayne Seaton (8.14) winning the event and Mark Castilletti (8.21) and Shaikat Bardhan (8.31) placing second and third. Seaton's time was an IC4A qualifying mark. 
  • A team of Tyler Oliveira, Jose Ortiz, Seaton and Young, placed second in the 4x400-meter relay (3:23.70).
  • Rainford Thomas reached a height of 6'8.25 in the high jump to place third. 
  • Jonathan Bartlett and Jordan Burandt finished one-two in the pole vault, recording marks of 15'9 and 14'9, respectively. Bartlett qualified for IC4A's with his mark.
  • Woodley grabbed another top spot in the long jump, reaching a distance of 23'7.5. Andrew Reigstad finished in second with 22'4.25. Woodley's mark was an IC4A qualifying distance. 
  • Rhody went one-two-three in the shot put with Andrew Piscitelli winning the event with a mark of 52'9.25. Sam Snyder placed second with a distance of 51'1 and Thaddeus Kusiak placed third throwing 48'4. Piscitelli's distance was an IC4A mark.
  • Kusiak won the weight throw (58'11.25) to qualify for IC4A's.

Up Next
The Rams travel to New York to compete at the Armory Winter Games on Friday Feb. 8. The meet is set to begin at 6 p.m.