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LEWISBURG, Pa. --- Several Carlow University track & field
athletes competed in the two-day Bucknell University Bison Open
Dec. 6 and 7 to open the 2019-20 indoor season.
Freshman Tyhir Royster (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
made his collegiate debut with a few impressive marks to start the
season off on the right foot.
Royster placed fourth of 37 in a competitive field for the
200-meter dash with a time of 22.67, narrowly missing the NAIA
indoor "B" qualifying standard.
He finished 20 of 23 in the 400 with a time of 55.80.
Senior field standout Javondii
Myers (Columbia, S.C.) also came close to meeting
NAIA qualifying standards in high jump, placing third of eight with
a height of 1.91m.
Olivia Miller (JR/Bolivar, Pa.) competed in her
first pentathlon of her career, finishing seventh of 15 with a
score of 2703, and picking up big points in high jump and shot
Miller placed 22 of 26 in long jump with a distance of 4.60m,
and 21 of 24 in triple jump, reaching 10.14m.
Tyler Hoffman (SO/Pittsburgh) placed fifth
of 25 in weight throw with a distance of 16.15m, and sophomore
Ethan Stroebel (New Castle, Pa.) returned
from the injured reserve list to finish 14 of 17 in the 800 with a
time of 2:08.21.
The Celtics return to action in the new year at the Penn State
Nittany Lion Challenge on Jan. 11.
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