Brandon Gradoville-CR Xavier-Loras and Jacob Beaton-CR Jefferson-Loras 2017
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Loras Come Up Big at Home Meet

Mason Tope-Dav. Central-Loras ©Mike Brynes 2017

Mason Tope-Dav. Central-Loras
©Mike Brynes 2017

The Loras track & field program opened the outdoor portion of its schedule on Wednesday night from the comforts of home at its own MidWeek Invite. In total, the Duhawks earned 21 victories, including three of the four relays.

Courtesy, Duhawks Athletics, click here! Feature photo: Brandon Gradoville-CR Xavier-Loras and Jacob Beaton-CR Jefferson-Loras  ©Mike Brynes 2017


Men – 1st – 268
Women – 1st – 309

– Fresh off his national championship performance at the 2018 Indoor Track & Field Championships, Patrick Mikel didn’t miss a step in his outdoor debut, winning the men’s 400 with a time of 47.72, setting a personal best, which remains second all-time in program history
Kylian Lally won the men’s 800 with his time of 1:55.14
Mason Tope carried over his strong indoor season, winning the men’s 5k with an 18-second PR of 14:34.73, setting a new stadium record in the process
Logan Hayes set a 36-second PR in the men’s steeplechase, winning with his time of 9:50.14
– Loras’ 4×400 Relay team of Andrew O’Neill, Connor Otting, Kylian Lally and Patrick Mikel ran 3:26.70, taking first
Hunter Dunlap won the men’s pole vault with a PR height of 4.50m
Doyle Carroll opened the outdoor season with a win in the men’s triple jump at 12.76m
Jake Berg recorded one of his two personal bests in the men’s shot put, taking first with a throw of 15.17m
Garrett Hammond added a win for the Duhawks in the men’s hammer throw with a distance of 48.89m
Terrianna Black won the women’s 200 with her time of 27.02
Gabrielle Noland ran 59.6 in the women’s 400, taking first
Molly Walkner won the women’s 800 with her time of 2:29.02
– In her Rock Bowl debut, Bailey Vance won the women’s 100 hurdles in 16.29
Kassie Rosenbaum followed suit, winning the women’s 5k with a time of 18:31.67
Bella Solis took first in the women’s 400 hurdles at 1:03.81
– Loras swept the relays, winning the 4×100 with the team of Alexis Alt, Noland, Solis and Black in 48.85
– In the 4×400, the Duhawks ran 4:01.48 with the team of Alt, Solis, Allie Serres and Noland
Taylor Dooley won two events for Loras on Wednesday, first in the women’s pole vault, clearing 3.05m for a PR and later in the women’s javelin with a throw of 34.15m
Elyse Acompanado won the women’s long jump with a distance of 5.21m
Esther Johnson threw a 2.7m PR in the women’s hammer, marking a distance of 47.73m