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W&M Men's Track Continues Season at the Mason Spring Invitational

WILLIAMSBURG - The William and Mary men's track and field team continued its run-up to the CAA Championships Saturday, previewing the host facility at the Mason Spring Invitational in Fairfax, Virginia.

Complete Results

Junior Zach Jordan (Dublin, Ohio) picked up the only win for the Tribe on a quiet weekend, throwing the hammer 169-6 (51.66m) for victory. Jordan has already qualified for the IC4A Championships in his signature event, and is one of the favorites for the conference title three weeks from now. Senior Alex Ball (Winchester, Va.) also finished in the top-five, throwing 145-8 (44.39m) for fifth.

High Jump
Freshman Ben Katz (Manakin-Sabot, Va.) earned two runner-up showings on the day, first in the high jump as he got over the bar at 6-4.75 (1.95m). Senior Doug Zimmer (McLean, Va.) took a break from his normal duties in the pole vault to compete in the high jump as well, taking fourth at a height of 6-0.75 (1.85m).

Long Jump
Katz' other second-place finish came in the long jump, where he leapt a career-best distance of 22-0.25 (6.71m). He is now less than foot from breaking into the Tribe's all-time top-10 in the event.

Senior Dan Klatzkin (Gaithersburg, Md.) was the bronze-medalist in the discus, hurling his disc 141-11 (43.25m). Ball was again fifth, throwing for 126-5 (38.54m).

400m Hurdles
In the 400m hurdles, junior Chris McIntosh (Owings Mill, Md.) was fifth with a time of 55.26. Last week at the Colonial Relays, McIntosh ran a career-best 54.14 to win his heat.

Shot Put
Freshman Todd Repass (Fredericksburg, Va.) rounded out the day's notable performances with his fifth-place showing in the shot put. Repass put the shot a career-best 44-11.75 (13.71m).

The College returns to the track next weekend with two meets. A few select athletes will travel out to Walnut, California for the prestigious Mt. SAC Relays from April 15-17, while the majority of the team will head to Harrisonburg, Virginia for the JMU Invitational on April 16-17.

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