FAIRFAX, VA. - Rhode Island finished second place at the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track and Field Championship. The Rams had 99 team points
Team Standing - 20 Events Scored
1. George Mason 173
2. Rhode Island 99
3. VCU 93.5
4. La Salle 88
5. Saint Louis 83.5
6. Massachusetts 75
7. St. Joseph's 63
8. Fordham 62
9. Davidson 42
10. George Washington 1
- Anthony Delasanta won the 400 meters in 48.49 seconds. Delasanta also earned points in the 200 meter dash, finishing sixth in 22.25 seconds.
- Joseph Carter finished sixth in the 60 meter dash 7.10 seconds.
- De'Von McGriff was fourth in the 500 meters with a time of 1:04.50.
- Nicholas Fitch crossed the finish line at 1:56.71 in the 800 meters.
- In the 1000 meters, Kellen Waters placed third (2:27.24) and Nathan Coogan was fourth (2:28.82).
- Adam Franklin finished fifth in the 60 meter hurdle finals in 8.21 seconds.
- The 4x400 meter relay team of Adam Franklin, Jordan Ross, De'Von McGriff, and Anthony Delasanta was fourth in 3:20.15.
- The 4x800 meter relay team of Shawn Carlson, Rock Fortna, Nathan Coogan, and Nicholas Fitch.
- Eric Wicks finished third in the high jump after clearing 1.99 meters.
ICYMI: Day One Results
- Thomas Vadis was crowned weight throw champion with a personal best throw of 19.21 meters (63' .25"). The title was the senior's first, having finished third the last two years. Johnathan Buchanan finished seventh with a throw of 16.34 meters (53' 7.5"), also earning points for the Rams.
- Ryan Wilkes placed third in the pole vault after clearing 4.80 meters (15' 9.00"). Stephen Cirella was seventh with a mark of 4.20 meters (13' 9.25).
- Jack Reichenbach was runner-up in the long jump with a leap of 6.92 meters (22' 8.50"). Trevor Rooney also earned points for the Rams in the event, marking 6.66 meters (21' 10.25") for eighth.
- The distance medley relay team of Rock Fortna, Jordan Ross, Shawn Carlson, and Tyler Rubush finished fourth in 10:08.82.