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Adams State Athletics | March 14, 2014

Adams State concludes Day 1 with 29 points, leads field

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Adams State completed Day 1 of the NCAA Division II indoor championships.

The Grizzlies won first place in the 5,000-meter run. Kevin Batt finished in first place with a time of 14:06.24, breaking the JDL Fast Track record time.

The men's distance medley relay team of Matt Daniels, Derek Brown, Oliver Aitchison, and Tabor Stevens finished in second place with a time of 9:50.23.

In the long jump, Carlton Lavong finished in second place with a distance of 7.56 meters.

In the preliminaries of the mile, Chandler Reid and Matt Daniels both qualified for the finals. Reid finished with a time of 4:12.43 and Daniels finished at 4:13.29.

Chaz Butler qualified for the finals of the 60 with a time of 6.794 seconds.

Oliver Aitchison qualified for the finals of the 800 meters with a time of 1:51.55.

After Day 1, Adams State has the most team points with 29.

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