Dubuque, IA -- The Beloit College Track & Field team competed at the University of Dubuque Open on Saturday with the Men taking fourth place and the Women fifth.
Leading the Men was Matt Floyd, who won the Pole Vault. Also scoring points were Joe Skurski, third in the 5000m; Matthew Kreiser, third in both the 110m Hurdles and 400m Hurdles; Darth Winkler, third in the Discus; Myles Schneider, fourth in the Hammer and seventh in the Shot Put; Peter Siess, fifth in the 400m; Matt McKay, fifth in the 1500m; Jason Busack, fifth in the Javelin; Josh Litofsky, eighth in the 5000m; and Mateo Lauersdorf, eighth in both the Shot Put and Javelin.
For the Women, Felicia Carlson won both the 100m and 200m while Erika Moen won the Discus. Also earning points were Karly Clippinger, third in the 100m Hurdles, fifth in the High Jump, and seventh in the 800m; Anna Wenzel, fourth in the 800m; Karen Jones, fourth in the 1500m; Camilla Jackson, fourth in the 400m Hurdles; Catherine Cochran, fourth in the Javelin; Moen, fifth in the Hammer; Theresa Kehne, sixth in the 800m; Sian Cunningham, seventh in the Pole Vault; Angie Earley, eighth in the 200m; Max Carlson, eighth in the 400m; Jada Viner, eighth in the 800m; and Kate Finman, eighth in the Pole Vault.
The Bucs now turn their attention to the return of the Beloit Relays, which run next Friday and Saturday at Karris Track & Field at Strong Stadium. Action begins at 5:00 p.m. on Friday and at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday.