Dec. 6, 2009
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
The Providence College men's and women's track and field teams traveled across town to compete at the Brown University Alden Invitational. The men swept the top-four places in the 3000m while graduate student Katie DiCamillo (Garden City, N.J.) won the women's 3000m race by 30 seconds.
In the men's 3000m race, Stephen Hankinson (Summit, N.J.) finished in front in a time of 8:29.52. The Friars took the next three places as sophomore Matt Terry (Danbury, Conn.) took second (8:39.20), senior Michael Anderson (Ajax, Ontario) placed third (8:41.91) and freshman Ahmed Ali (Boston, Mass.) finished fourth (8:46.61).
Sophomore Julian Matthews (Nelson, New Zealand) took the title in the 1000m race in a time of 2:37.16. Graduate students Kyle Mushaweh (Chelmsford, Mass.) and Alan Pandiani (Shrewsbury, Mass.) teamed with senior Isaiah Davis (Hyde Park, Mass.) and junior Phillip Connaughton (Broken Arrow, Okla.) to place second in the 4x400m relay in a time of 3:31.79.
On the women's side, senior Amie Schumacher (Wolcott, Conn.) placed second in the 1000m race in 3:05.84. DiCamillo bested the rest of the field in the 3000m race by 30 seconds as she finished in a time of 9:50.90. Sophomore Sara Graney (Palisades, N.Y.) finished in second at 10:20.46.
Both teams will travel to Kingston, R.I. to compete at the URI Sorlien Memorial Invitational on January 23.