College track and field: UMD wins handful of races
The Minnesota Duluth men's team claimed three titles and the women won two at the University of Minnesota Open indoor meet Saturday in Minneapolis.
Trent Hamerski captured first in the 60-meter dash with with a time of 6.95 seconds, which equaled the UMD program record set by Eric Storhoff on March 1, 1996.
He was joined in the winner's circle by fellow freshman Jack Thompson in the triple jump (42 feet, 1 1/4 inches) and sophomore Nate Hoglund in the 200 (22.64). Hoglund also placed second in the 60 (7.06) as did Thompson in the long jump (22-6 1/2), senior David Supinski in the 800 (1:57.75), sophomore Alex Kulzer in the 400 (52.90), senior Ryan Tolkinen in the 200 (23.11), junior Dan Clark in the pole vault (13-9 1/4) sophomore Eric Chromy in the 60 hurdles (9.20) and freshman Avery Hunt in the triple jump (40-10 1/4)
On the women's side, UMD freshmen Avery Wolf won the high jump (5-2 1/4) and Sierra Arradondo won the 400 (1:02.3). Senior Danielle Kohlwey was runner-up in the 60 and 200 meters.