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William and Mary

W&M Men's Track Completes First Outdoor Weekend at Tribe Invitational

WILLIAMSBURG - The William and Mary men's track and field team wrapped up its first weekend of the outdoor season, hosting five others team in the Tribe Invitational on Saturday under unseasonably hot conditions at Zable Stadium. Yale, who spent their spring break in Williamsburg training, along with Maryland, VCU, Christopher Newport, and District of Columbia joined the Tribe for the day's action.

Complete Results

1,500m Run
The day's highlight for the College came in the 1,500m, where All-American Patterson Wilhelm (Lynchburg, Va.) powered his way to a career-best 3:48.42 and an IC4A qualification. His time ranks second nationally on the young season, and is the East Region leader. Sophomore Pete Asaro (Gloucester, Mass.) also ran a personal-best in the event, finishing fifth in 3:59.33.

High Jump and Long Jump
The Tribe also got an event victory from freshman Ben Katz (Manakin-Sabot, Va.), who cleared the bar at 6-4.25 (1.94 meters) to win the high jump. Katz also participated in the long jump, finishing fifth with a leap of 21-2.

5,000m Run
One event that won't show up on the final report is the 5,000m, where Wilhelm rabbited the race and helped pull senior Rob Sagar (Alexandria, Va.) through for the event win. The finish line camera froze during the race, and no official times were captured.

Pole Vault
In the pole vault, senior Doug Zimmer (McLean, Va.) continued to jump well as he has all year long, finishing third with his clearance of 14-3.25 (4.35m).

Shot Put
Redshirt-freshman Todd Repass (Fredericksburg, Va.) earned silver in his first outdoor competition, putting the shot 44-6.25 (13.57m) for second place. Dan Klatzkin (Gaithersburg, Md.) was close behind in fourth, recording a put of 44-0.75.

Klatzkin came back in the discus to lead the College's contingent with his third-place throw of 143-4 (43.68m). Senior Alex Ball (Winchester, Va.) also finished in the top-five, placing fourth with a throw of 131-8 (40.13m).

William and Mary is back in action next weekend, with competition scheduled at the Raleigh Relays, hosted by North Carolina State.

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