CHESTER, Pa. - Hood College's Zach Crossey became the first runner in school history to break four minutes in the 1500-meter run to lead the Blazers on the final day of the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships.
How it Happened
- Crossey shattered his own school record by over 10 seconds with a time of 3:59.85. He finished sixth.
- Crossey added another school record in the 4x400-meter relay. He ran the second leg, joining PJ Alexander, R.J. Tucker and AJ Lewis to run a time of 3:28.39. They finished eighth.
- Kyle Bulgarelli threw the javelin 44.96 meters (147-6).
- Hood was 11th with 14 points.
- Stevenson and Widener tied for first with 173 points.
- The Blazers set school records in five events at the championships.
School Records set at the 2018 MAC Championships
|Day||Event||Competitor(s)||New Record||Old Record|
|2||Long jump||AJ Lewis||6.93m (22-9)||6.51m (21-4 1/4)|
|2||800-meter run||Zach Crossey||1:56.68||1:59.27|
|3||1500-meter run||Zach Crossey||3:59.85||4:10.53|
|3||4x400-meter relay||Alexander, Crossey, Tucker, Lewis||3:28.39||3:28.68|