Seven Win Events at SRU Dave Labor Invitational; Florida Relays Conclude

Iva Domitrovich runs the 400m
Iva Domitrovich

The Youngstown State men's and women's track and field teams were in action on Saturday at the Slippery Rock Dave Labor Invitational and the Pepsi Florida Relays.

SRU Dave Labor Recap

Winning events for the women were Iva Domitrovich (400m), Abby Jones (high jump) and Suzanne Koziol (steeplechase). Earning event victories for the men were Mike Navratil (1,500m), Ethan Wilson (5,000m), Macklin Rose (pole vault) and Ryan Booth (shot put).

Domitrovich took first the 400m dash with a time of 59.20 seconds. She won the event by 0.08 seconds. The Penguins sent 1-2 in the steeplechase with Koziol winning with a time of 12:14.05 while Libby Rogenski clocked a 12:52.09. Jones won the high jump clearing a height of 1.65m.

In the long jump, Chandler Killins was second with a leap of 5.25m while Ellie Pollock was third with a jump of 5.21m and Savannah Osborne was fourth at 5.18m.

Nicolette Kreatsoulas was the runner-up in the discus with a toss of 40.69m and the hammer throw with a throw of 50.14m. In the javelin, Angela Lock was second with a throw of 34.96m. In the pole vault, Caitlyn Trebella was third clearing a height of 3.31m.

For the men, Navratil and James Nedrich took first and second in the 1,500m run. Navratil ran a 4:13.19 whie Nedrich was right behind with a 4:15.05. Wilson won the 5,000m by nine seconds running a 16:02.76.

Rose won the pole vault clearing a height of 4.46m. Booth won the shot put with a throw of 17.57m.

In the 100m dash Josh Beaumont finished second running a time of 11.03 seconds. In the 400m hurdles, Caleb Llody was second with a time of 55.21 seconds. Andrew Hallof placed third in the discus with a throw of 41.47m. Joe Dixon was third in the javelin with a throw of 55.35m.

Pepsi Florida Relays

In the shot put, Jaynee Corbett finished fourth with a throw of 15.03m. Corbett took the lead following her second throw before being overtaken. She was fourth in deep field of 34 athletes.

In the high jump, Brad Jones finished sixth and was one of six jumpers to clear the bar at 2.05m. Jones cleared the height on his third on final attempt for a career-best leap. He cleared 1.95m on this third attempt, 2.00m on his first and 2.05 on his third.