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Men’s Track & Field Hosts J. Elmer Swanson Classic

Carulli came in first in the long jump (Jonas Powell '18).
Carulli came in first in the long jump (Jonas Powell '18).

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The Wesleyan men's track and field team hosted the J. Elmer Swanson Classic on Saturday, as it saw seven first-place finishes. 


  • Tommy Doyle paced the field in the 1,500, clocking in at 4:12.91.
  • The top-five runners in the 400m were Cardinals, led by Kevin DeLoughry with a time of 49.56. DeLoughry also paced the 200m, finishing in 22.81 to earn first-place.
  • Wesleyan swept the top-five spots in the 800m, with Grant van Inwegen pacing the field, clocking in at 1:57.35.
  • Christian Denny finished first in the 100m with a time of 11.41.
  • Andrew McCracken placed first in the pole vault, soaring to a height of 4.70m.
  • In the long jump, Nick Carulli came in first with a mark of 6.45m.  
  • Runner-up finishes came from Carulli in the 110m hurdles (16.25), Noah Olsen in the long jump (6.28m), Olaniyi Adebayo in the shot with a personal best mark (12.46m), Griffin Maristany in the 400m (50.32) and the 200m (22.93), Connell Oberman in the 100m (11.66), Matthew Frishkoff in the 1,500 (4:14.61) and Kevin McMorrow in the 800 (1:58.85).
  • Third place performances included Oberman in the discus (34.20m), Kyron Roberts in the 400m (50.84), Bill Bajohr in the 800m (2:01.77) and Denny in the 200m (23.18).
  • Adebayo placed fourth in the discus (29.93m) and the hammer (41.71m).


  • The Cardinals head to Middlebury for the NESCAC Championship on Saturday.