Bailey Sets School Record in High Jump, Mustangs Take First Overall at Goucher Classic

Bailey Sets School Record in High Jump, Mustangs Take First Overall at Goucher Classic

TOWSON, Md. - Stevenson men's track and field sophomore Tevin Bailey took first place in the high jump with a school record and ECAC-qualifying height of 1.99 meters at the Goucher Track  & Field Classic. The Mustangs took first overall in the team standings with 171 points. 

Sophomore Steven Sneed took third overall in the event with a top height of 1.83 meters. 

Sophomore Matt Riggins set a personal mark in the 100m dash with a winning time of 10.94 meters. With his time, Riggins also earned a spot into the ECAC Outdoor Championships. Freshman Aaron Holliday finished fourth with an 11.19, while sophomores Tylor Bailey and Malcolm Hayward took sixth and seventh with times of 11.22 and 11.34 seconds. 

The 4x100m relay team finished first and qualified for ECAC's with a school-record time of 42.61 seconds. The Mustangs also took first in the 4x400 with a combined time of 3:26.50. 

Freshman Sid Yap made his collegiate debut in the discus with a school-record toss of 42.06 meters. Yap finished sixth overall in the event. 

Junior Curtis McInnis broke his own school record in the hammer throw with a top toss of 38.47 meters, which earned him third overall. Yap took seventh with a 36.43. 

Sophomore Langston Gash finished first in the 10,000m run with a 34:37.60, while Sam Mercoli took first in the 3000 with a 9:10.47. Freshman Ryan Siegel finished third in the 3000 with a 9:16.29.

Freshman Iddriss Iddriss crossed the line third in the 1500 with a solid time of 4:07.81.

Senior Quenlan Dunn set a personal best in the 110m hurdles with a 16.71. Dunn finished third in the event.

In the triple jump, Sneed placed second with a hop, skip and jump of 12.90 meters. Freshman Izaiah Eaves made his collegiate debut with leap of 12.48, which earned him third overall. Senior Kenneth Scott-Kelow took fourth with a 12.43.

Sneed also picked up a third-place finish in the long jump with a leap of 6.35 meters. Tevin Bailey took fifth with a 6.15. 

Sophomore Morgan Cheatham clocked a 23.52 in the 200m dash to take sixth overall, while sophomore Avery Wood finished eighth with a 23.57.  

Sophomore Cooper Smelski broke his own school record in the pole vault with top height of 3.65 meters. Smelski finished fifth overall.

In the 400m dash, junior Colin Horne clocked a 52.41 to finish sixth. 

The Mustangs will head to Williamsburg, Va. to compete in the three-day Colonial Relays, hosted by William & Mary, starting on Thursday, March 30 through Saturday, April 1.