Leonard Hilton Track Invitational Results
Last weekend at the University of Houston the men's and women's track teams competed in the Leonard Hilton Invitational. Today and tomorrow, the Owls will once again return to the UH Athletics/Alumni Center for the Houston Indoor Invitational. The following are the top performances of the Rice athletes who competed last week.
1. Harry Sagel, 4:19.54 2. Alex Weinheimer, 4:19.75 3. Travis Roberts, 4:19.77 5. John Cavallo, 4:21.35 6. James Llamas, 4:25.11
3. Henry Giles, 15:38.51, Unattached 4. Aneesh Sampath, 15:45.47,
60 Meter Hurdles
11. Filip Drozdowski, 8.42 12. Chris Sanders, 8.49
2. Alex Weinheimer, Donte Moore, Harry Sagel, Travis Roberts,
4. Clayton Chaney, 2.00 m 5. Jack Spinks, 1.95 m 7. Tyler Wiest, 1.90 m
3. Alec Hsu, 4.80 m
2. Alex Zinchenko, 16.61 m
4. Tyneisha McCoy, 57.99 12. Precious Knighton, 1:00.18
2. Keltie John, 2.17.14 6. Halsey Fowler, 2.19.13 9. Lilian Nwora, 2.23.02
5. Allie Schaich, 5:02.52 6. Sarah Mason, 5:04.75 11. Farrah Madanay, 5:19.02 12. Kathleen Abadie, 5:21.40 13. Johanna Ohm, 5:22.02
6. Casie Wilson, 3.55 m
4x4 Meter Relay
4. Tyneisha McCoy, Imani Mark, Chioma Nwankwo, Lilian Nwora, 3:56.05
2. Sarah Mason, Precious Knighton, Halsey Fowler, Allie Schaich, 12.16.96
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