GREENWOOD, IN - Anderson University played host to the Anderson Raven Invitational over the weekend and walked away with a third place finish. The host Ravens trailed Bethel (IN) and Thomas More in the standings, while holding off Earlham, Indiana East, and Trine.
Sophomore Max Kittle (Algonquin, Ill.) led AU with a pair of victories in the 110-meter hurdles (15.81) and the 400-meter hurdles (56.43).
Manchester placed third at the Huntington Invitational. Senior Zack Boger (Garrett, Ind.) was the top collegiate finisher in the javelin at the meet with a heave of 175' 4". The effort currently leads the HCAC and is the third-longest in program history.
Hanover and Rose-Hulman each took part in the non-scoring Bellarmine Invitational Saturday.
Rose-Hulman’s Travis Stallings (Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain) ran the eighth fastest time in NCAA Division III in the 400-meter hurdles at the event. The senior ran a 400-meter hurdles time of 53.37 to place second at the meet against NCAA Division I, II, III, and NAIA runners. The effort was also the fourth fastest mark in Rose-Hulman history.
The Engineers moved up to eighth in the Great Lakes Region in the latest USTFCCCA poll.
Mount St. Joseph and Bluffton competed at Ohio Wesleyan Saturday. The Lions earned a 13th place finish, while the Beavers finished 14th in the standings.
Defiance and Transylvania also competed over the weekend. The Jackets took part in the non-scoring Adrian Invitational, while the Pioneers placed 11th at Centre.
DC’s Tom Postema (Defiance, Ohio/Tinora) earned titles in the shot put and discus over the weekend, tossing distances of 16.07 meters in the shot put and 48.35 meters in the discus to pace the competition.
This weekend all 10 HCAC schools will be in action on the track.
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