No. 4 Wisconsin-Whitewater at the WIAC Quadrangular
OSHKOSH, Wis. -- Wisconsin-Whitewater finished second of three teams at the WIAC Quad that was held at Wisconsin-Oshkosh on Saturday. UW-Oshkosh won the meet with Wisconsin-Stevens Point finishing third.
Dawson Miller won the 3,000 with a school record time of 8:19.66, breaking the previous time of 8:22.25 set by Jeremy Burks in 2001.
Mike Judd and Bryce Davis went one-two in the 60 meter hurdles with Judd running an 8.49 and Davis an 8.58. Stephen Sousa added a fourth place finish with a 9.13. Corey Broussard won the 60 meter dash with a 6.90 and Pat Chatman (8.12) and Moriarty Brown-Griffin (7.13) went three-four.
No. 3 Mount Union at All-Ohio Championships
WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- Mount Union, ranked No. 3 in the nation, won the team title at the All-Ohio Championships for a second consecutive year Saturday.
The Purple Raiders scored 110.50 points which edged out second place Baldwin Wallace by 19 points.
Mount Union won five events with a pair of season best performances from Gerardo Vargas in the pole vault (15-3.75) and Tyler Mettille in the 400 meters (49.63).
Vargas' mark in the pole vault is the 15th best mark in the nation in NCAA Division III so far this season.
No. 6 Haverford, No. 10 Bates at Tufts Cupid Challenge
MEDFORD, Mass. -- Haverford's quartet of Charlie Marquardt, Jonathan Yellets, Gebby Keny and Christopher Stadler teamed up to produce the winning time in the distance medley relay Saturday morning at the Tufts Cupid Challenge with Stadler anchoring the quartet to a time of 9 minutes, 58.01 seconds.
Bates' senior captain Jarret McKallagat set a Bates record in the 60-meter hurdles and junior captain Sean Enos was first in both the shot put and weight throw, among many standout performances.
No. 7 North Central (Ill.) at Chicagoland Championships
Winning five events and improving its chances of qualifying for the NCAA Division III indoor national championships in several others, North Central defended its title at the Chicagoland Indoor Championships for another year on Saturday, running away from the 18-team field at Al B. Carius Track.
The Cardinals turned in a total of 159.50 points to easily outdistance second-place Lewis' total of 97. Carthage (82), the University of Illinois-Chicago (78.50) and Chicago (44) rounded out the top five.