LYNCHBURG, Va. — The Washington and Lee men's track and field team competed at the Dr. Jack M. Toms Open hosted by Lynchburg on Saturday, and had two individual champions and two second-place finishes.
Sophomore Aaron Jeong (Federal Way, Wash./Thomas Jefferson) took the top spot in the 100m at 10.87, which was just .03 seconds from tying the school record. The other winner for the Generals was senior Dylan Mills (Mobile, Ala./St. Paul's) in the javelin with a throw of 59.05m (193'08.00").
Junior Zander Tallman (Grand Blanc, Mich./Cranbrook-Kingswood) finished second in the 400m at 49.07 and third in the 200m with a time of 22.00. The other second-place finisher was sophomore Eddie Barnes (Ashburn, Va./Broad Run) in the javelin with a toss of 55.30m (181'05.00").
Also in the 400m, first-year Thomas Dunbar (Jackson, Miss./Jackson Prep) finished seventh at 51.69. Junior Parker Howard (Naperville, Ill./Nequea Valley) claimed fifth in the 200m in 23.05, and junior Cole Glasgow (Dallas, Texas/Jesuit College Prep) finished sixth at 23.15. In the javelin, junior Kevin Sullivan (Sandwich, Mass./Tabor) placed fourth with a mark of 51.95m (170'05.00").
Junior David Fishman (Westfield, N.J./Westfield) tied for third in the pole vault at 4.06m (13'03.75"). In the 110H, sophomore Christian Croft (Martinez, Ga./Augusta Christian) took fourth with a time of 15.77, and junior Dillon Myers (Foxborough, Mass./Foxborough) finished fifth at 15.84.
W&L took fourth out of 13 teams, but the meet went unfinished due to lightning.
The Generals return to competition next week when they host the W&L Carnival on Friday and Saturday.
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