Men’s Track & Field Cruises Past Holy Cross, 120-61
DURHAM, N.H. – Senior Cory Sinotte (Hooksett, N.H.) and junior Kevin Greene (Silver Spring, Md.) both qualified for the IC4A Championships to lead the University of New Hampshire men's indoor track & field team past Holy Cross Saturday afternoon at the Paul Sweet Oval.
The Wildcats finished with 120 points, while the Crusaders totaled 61 points.
Sinotte, one of the top distance runners for the Wildcats after a runner-up finish at the conference cross county championships this past fall, won the 3,000 meters with an IC4A-qualifying time of 8:33.47. Freshman Luke Miller (Birdsboro, Pa.) finished second at 8:52.92.
Greene captured the 800 meters with an IC4A-qualifying time of 1:57.10. Sophomore Timothy Brown (Southington, Conn.) took second as he crossed the finish line at 2:00.36.
Junior Victor Adejuyigbe (Penacook, N.H.) cruised to a victory in the 55-meter dash as he crossed the finish line in a time of 6.55 to qualify for the New England Championships.
Sophomore James Anderson (Melrose, Mass.), who was named America East Track Performer of the Week to open the indoor season, won the 500 meters in a time of 1:08.74.
In the mile, sophomore Jeffrey Moretti (Guilford, Conn.) topped the field with a winning time of 4:27.53.
In the field, Hoddwells won the triple jump with a New England-qualifing leap of 46-05.25.
Lyle and Chris Dupuis (Plaistow, N.H.) finished first and second, respectively, in the shot put with tosses of 47-10.5 and 46-0.5.
The Wildcats went one-two in the long jump, paced by freshman Tyler Mulcahy (Weymouth, Mass.) with a leap of 20-09.00. Hoddwells picked up a second-place finish with a leap of 20-08.50.
Freshman Bryan Morris (Rumson, N.J.) picked up a victory in the pole vault with a cleared height of 13-5.75.
The Wildcats' 4x400 meter and 4x800 meter relay teams finished first in times of 3:32.01 and 8:16.18, respectively,
The Wildcats return to action on Friday, Jan. 25 when they take part in the Boston Indoor Games at the Reggie Lewis Center at 4 p.m.