More All-Time Marks at Penn Relays

More All-Time Marks at Penn Relays

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Terps close out Day 2 of Penn Relay highlighted by performances from the men’s DMR squad, the men’s 4x200m team, women’s 4x100m squad. 


Eric Albright, Sam Ford, Max Worley, and Matt De Haas competed in the Distance Medley and ran a 9:43.43 which is now second all time in the record books. They also finished second overall in competition by a narrow margin. 


Kevin Collins, Aaron Abedin, Justin Ofotan and Tanner Leach also competed in the 4×200 and ran 1:26.58 which is now seventh all-time in the record books.


Armanie Coleman, Victoria Teasley, Jewel Ofotan, Kyra Lyles ran in the women’s 4×100 and ran 46.41 seconds which also qualified them for finals tomorrow. Their time was also ranked third overall.


Other Highlights

  • Rhys Allen was back in the circle for the shot put. Allen threw an outdoor personal best of 17.10m on his last attempt, finishing first overall in the men’s collegiate shot put.
  • Kamari Trotz, Ofotan, Collins, Leach competed in the men’s 4×100 and clocked in a time of 41.02. 
  • Mekhi Abbott threw in the men’s javelin and launched a 57.77m on his third attempt.
  • Coleman and Lyles also competed in the 4×200 along with Tolu Akinduro and Samantha Payne. The squad ran 1:38.48 and finished ninth.
  • Kayla Thorpe was back in the shot put circle and launched a 14.24m. 

Thursday Competition

  • Anna Coffin improved on her personal best and third all-time record and ran a 4:20.64 in the women’s 1500m.  
  • Rose Coats competed in the women’s 10,000m for the first time as a freshman and finished with a time of 36:44.43, which also puts her in ninth place all-time in school history.
  • Andrew Harmon competed in the men’s hammer throw and launched a 56.39.  
  • Katie Altieri ran in the women’s 5000m and finished with a 17:14.51.  

The Terps will be back in action tomorrow at the Penn Relays.


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