JCSU Men Claim Fourth Place at CIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships

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Winston-Salem, N.C. (Feb. 15, 2016) – The Johnson C. Smith men’s indoor track and field team had four podium finishes and returned a fourth place finish at the CIAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the JDL FastTrack in Winston-Salem on Monday afternoon.

Senior Waynee Hyman (Warwick, N.Y.) bought back a second place finish in the 200m finals with a time of 21.68.  Hyman also finished fifth in the 400m with a 49.57.

Teammate Joshua Cunningham (Toronto, Ontario) raced to third place in the 400m with a 48.71.  Cunningham and Hyman, along with Gawayne Stephenson (Clarendon, Jamaica) and Kyle Robinson (Levelland, Tex.) were a part of the 4×400 relay team that captured third place by posting a 3:27.69.

Rounding out the top finishes for the Golden Bulls was Trey Patterson (North Plainfield, N.J.), as he finished third in the shot put with a top throw of 13.36m

Men’s Team Standings – Final
1.            St. Augustine’s                  173
2.            Virginia Union                    107
3.            Virginia State                     84.5
4.            Johnson C. Smith             40
5.            Bowie State                        28.5
6.            Lincoln                                  18
7.            Livingstone                         13

JCSU Men’s Results – Day 2
5000m – Finals
9th           Marvin Woodward          19:16.56

400m – Finals
3rd           Joshua Cunningham       48.71
5th           Waynee Hyman                                49.57

800m – Finals
7th           Patrick Campbell              2:04.16

200m – Finals
2nd          Waynee Hyman                                21.68

4×400 Relay – Finals
3rd           JCSU (Cunningham, Hyman, G. Stephenson, K. Robinson)            3:27.69

Shot Put – Finals
3rd           Trey Patterson                  13.36m
4th           Zachary Dickey                  12.90m
7th           Michane Rickets               12.38m

High Jump – Finals
—             Isaac Ross                            NH

Triple Jump – Finals
5th           Michane Rickets               13.77m

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