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Wittenberg wins Men’s Track and Field Invitational

                WOOSTER, Ohio – The Kenyon College men’s indoor track and field team got points from five different athletes Saturday at The College of Wooster Fighting Scots Invitational. Those five combined to score 19 points, which put the Lords in fifth place in the final team standings.

                Wittenberg University won the Invitational with 186 points. Denison University was second with 96 points, Wooster was third with 89 points and Oberlin College finished fourth with 70 points.

                For the second week in a row, Kenyon’s best individual finish came from sophomore Isak Davis. After winning the mile run last week, Davis won the 800-meter run this week. He topped a field of 13 runners by finishing the race in a time of 1:59.58.

                Following that result, sophomore Ben Weinberg delivered a sixth-place showing in the mile. He clocked in at 4:43.16, which was about five seconds off the winning time.

                In sprinting events, it was freshman Kyle Logan and sophomore Kevin Towle who took charge for Kenyon. Logan claimed fifth place in the 60-meter dash with a time of 7.48. Towle then placed fourth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.05.

                In field events, sophomore Jordan Potter added a fifth-place finish in the shot put for the Lords. His best toss measured 11.75 meters.

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