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Men's Track wins the 2014 Bob Mosher Invitational

Third straight for Men's Track and Field
3/2/2014 4:52:00 PM

They may not have had top performances across the board but the strength and depth of Men's Track and Field is starting to assert itself as the Panthers captured first place at the 27-team Lake Brantley Invitational; their third consecutive team championship. Highlighting the day individually was senior Roderick Proctor, who struck gold in both the long jump (21-11.75) and the triple jump (season best 46-1.75). Senior Javon Thomas also took home the gold in the 300m hurdles in season best 39.30 and earned a silver in the 110m hurdles (15.36). Teammate Edwin D'Haiti won the gold in the 100m hurdles with a time of 15.04 and followed up with a bronze medal finish in the 300 hurdles at 40.55. Sophomore Alvin Bryant collected a pair of silver medals in the 100m with a personal best 10.99 and in the 200m with another personal best 21.78. Senior Adam Lawrence gave DP a distance medal with a bronze-winning time of 10:07.77 in the 3200m while other top eight finishers included sophomore Jean D'Haiti (sixth in 800m at 2:01.21 and eight in 1600m in 4:35.69) and  senior sprinter Deionte Gaines (seventh in 100m at 11.22). All three of DP's relay teams captured the gold medal, headlined by the 4 x 100m team of Marvin Marshall, Deionte Gaines, Roderick Proctor and Alvin Bryant, who finished with a season-best time of 41.79. The 4 x 400m team of Emare Hogan, Jamari Smith, Javon Thomas and Edwin D'Haiti won comfortably as well with a season-best time of 3:20.77 and in the 4 x 800m relay, Christopher Bradshaw, Jean D'Haiti, Ronnell Mitchell and Emare Hogan earned the gold in 8:19.38. Dr. Phillips will travel back to Lake Brantkey again next Saturday.

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