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Dec 14, 1997, Seton Hall University, 200 meter Mondo 5-lane track

Seton Hall Invitational

Date: Sun, 14 Dec 1997 17:12:15 -0500
From: "Edward J. Grant" <[email protected]>
Subject: t-and-f: Seton Hall Invitational

Here are some results from today's Seton hall Invitational at the
200-meter, five-lane Mondo track at the South orange campus:

David Bobb opened his post-graduate (Univ of Md-Baltimore) career
with an easy 6.25 win in the 55M dash. It was at least the 3rd year in a
row that Bobb has won this one. Another fine early-season performance in a
straightaway event was turned in by Seton Hall alumnus Brandon Gantt, who
took the 55H from Tyrone Watkins of Lincoln U. in 7.34. Gantt has been away
from the fort for a year due to injuries, but is back training under his
junior college coach, Mike Smart, who hdnles the East Orange Striders in
addition to his duties at Essex County College.
The ECC team, as usual in this meet, competed under the EOS colors.
Joyce Bates won the 55H from teammate selena Lewis in a hand-timed 7.7
after an AT 7.93 in her heat. Leis had a 7.96 in the heats. In 3rd was
Lnyka Brown, an all-American HS hurdler at Metuchen HS in NJ, who has
transferred to SH this year.
Bates also placed 2nd in the 55M dash to Tisha Franklin of LIU, who
ran 7.05
Performances in the around-the-track events were routine for the
most part, the best being a 48.93 400M win for Seton Hall "grad" Thomas
Evans over former teammate Garfield Ellenwood. Both are actually finishing
up their studies at SH but with no more eligibility.
The Columbia HS 3200R team made its first appearance of the winter
under the mantle of the Cougar TC, its club alter ego. Veterans Dara
Crocker and Natalie Deffenbaugh joined newcomers Catherine Casey and Amina
Zohny in a walkover 9:49.7 win (no other women's team ran; the Columbia
girls ran in the men's race). Their first HS race will be Friday night in a
DMR at the Anderson Invitational at the 168th St. Armory. Temmate Bridgette
Ingram, one of the country's top young all-around prospects, won the HJ at
5-4 and was 3rd in the LJ at 18-1/4.

55M: 1-Bobb 6.25. 2-Dayar(?) Ross, Lincoln 6.33.
200M: 1-Lamont Benjamin, LIU 22.11.
400M: 1-Evans 48.93. 2-Ellenwood 49.60
500M: 1-Larry Hasty, Coppin 1:05.42
800M: 1-Deshawn Craig, EOS 1:57.38.
1K: 1-Ian Roberts, Coppin 2:32.29
M: 1-Michael Zipt, Howard 4:32.83
3K: 1-Paul Mwange, Westchester TC 8:21.44.
HH: 1-Gantt 7.34. 2-Watkins 7.43. 3-Alonzo Wiggins, Lincoln 7.59.
HJ: 1-Idi Thompson, LIU 7-0. 2-Linden Richmond, Delhi 6-10.
LJ: 1-Thomas Thompson, Lincoln 23-1
TJ: 1-Leomare (?) Mason, Howard 44-7 1/2
SP: 1-Chris Bozzalo, St. Francis (Bklyn) 45-3/4
WT: 1-Ellis Spence, Temple 47-11 1/2

55M: 1-Tish Franklin, LIU 7.05. 2-Joyce Bates 7.07. 3-Aleah
Williams, Will Rise (Montclair HS Jr.) 7.08
200M: 1-Jennifer Wilson, RRTC(?) 24.82. 2-Franklin 24.98.
400-Fateen Abdel-Baaith, LIU 57.12.
500: 1-Benita Chandler, Temple 1:16.68. 2-Joi Brown, LIU 1:16.71.
800: 1-Adina Valdez, WTC 2:15.56.
1K: 1-Jennifer metz, WTC 2:59.56.
M: 1-Kenona Hinds, EOS 5:15.09
3K: 1-Jen Chirchir, WTC 9:54.74
55H: 1-Bates 7.7. 2-Lewis 7.9. 3-Brown 8.0
HJ: 1-Ingram 5-4.
LJ: 1-Nena Moore, SH 18-10
TJ: 1-Hareiet Gardner, SH 38-10 1/4
SP: 1-Brenda Start, un 37-4 1/2
WT: 1-Start 47-3 3/4


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