ALLIANCE, Ohio -- Mount Union won 11 events and had a record-setting day the 2014 Jim Wuske Invitational at Peterson Fieldhouse.
The quartet of Chad Gentry, Chase Swisher, Tyler Sparks and Tyler Mettille swept both the 4x200 meter and 4x400 relays.
In the 4x200 relay, they posted a school-record time of 1:29.36 while in the 4x400 relay, they ran the top time in NCAA Division III so far this season with a time of 3:18.56.
Reigning national athlete of the week, Sean Donnelly picked up right where he left off as he bested his own school record winning the weight throw with the second best throw in NCAA Division III history at 68-feet, 4.5-inches.
No. 6 Haverford at McElligott Invitational
HAVERFORD, Pa. -- Haverford picked up a number of strong performances Saturday afternoon at its Seamus McElligott Invitational hosted by the Fords at the Gary Lutnick Tennis & Track Center.
Included in Saturday's results was Brian Sokas' mile race which earned the Haverford senior the meet's McElligott Award for most outstanding single performance at the Invitational.
Sokas toed the starting line for his first race of the indoor season then reeled off a personal best time of 4 minutes, 18.54 seconds to finish second in the event and produce the Centennial Conference's fourth-fastest mile this winter. Teammate David Roza finished third in a personal best 4:19.16 which is fifth fastest in the league.