1968 MAC Results

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1968 MAC Results - Morning Newt, Wilmington, Oil. Monday, May 13,...
Morning Newt, Wilmington, Oil. Monday, May 13, 1961 J J lAC track title breeze for St. Joe 2d a of 2, 7, j. By JIM ALBERT A wine connoisseur would have been dismayed at the sight. Here were St. Joseph's College trackmen spraying champagne all over themselves following their victory in the Middle Atlantic Conference Track Championships. . Nevertheless, the victorious Hawks, who also won the title last yeardeserved the moment. They had just soundly defeated Lafayette, Delaware, West Chester and four other schools for the U n i v e r s i t y Division crown during a steady, soaking rain Saturday at Delaware. St. Joseph's did it the easy way, wire-to-wire, wire-to-wire, wire-to-wire, wire-to-wire, wire-to-wire, as they say in horse racing. The Hawks won the first three events and had a 16-point 16-point 16-point lead over second-place second-place second-place Lafayette before most of the spectators had their umbrellas adjusted. St. Joe's scored in every event but two and finished with 74 points. LAFAYETTE was a distant second with 47 points, barely edging injury-riddled injury-riddled injury-riddled Delaware which had 45. Despite injuries Friday, Delaware had qualified 21 athletes for the finals, but a thigh injury to Frank Gordy and a leg pull by Don Fantine ruined the Hens' fading hopes. "Winning this year is a much bigger accomplishment than last," said Kevin Quinn, Hawk Coach. "Last year we figured we had it because of our fine dual-meet dual-meet dual-meet season. But this year we've looked bad until now. "These guys were really psyched up for this meet," con tinued Quinn. "They were fan tastic. Not one member of our team let down. I ra sure our co-captains co-captains co-captains Vince Papale and Reggie Sydnor had a lot to do with our over-all over-all over-all attitude." PAPALE not only had some' thing to do with the St. Joe's attitude, he had more than a little to do with the St. Joe's score. Papale won two individual individual events, placed third in anoth er and ran the first leg on St Joseph's triumphant 440-yard 440-yard 440-yard relay team. "I've got to be happy with everything," Papale said after the victory ceremonies were over. "I'm happy to have won a double, but I'm more happy for the team. We worked hard for this." Papale won the long jump for the second year in a row, with a leap of 22 feet, 13A inches. He came back to clinch the Hawk victory with a triple jump of 46-6, 46-6, 46-6, an MAC record. Jim Daly and Vic Monkiewicz were the other Hawk individual winners. Daly nipped Dela ware's Pat Walker at the finish of the 120 high hurdles in 14.5 seconds to tie an MAC record The 245-pound 245-pound 245-pound Monkiewicz won the shot put for the second straight year. ALTHOUGH neither Lafayette nor Delaware could match St. MAC summaries jWviwi'WXv:-:': jWviwi'WXv:-:': jWviwi'WXv:-:': UNIVERSITY DIVISION Team scorlna 1. St JoseDh's 74. 2. La fayette 47 3, Delaware 45, 4, West Chester J. Si American 32. i, Lemgn 17. 7, Laiaile 13. 8, Bucknell 7. Long lumo 1, Vince Paoale, St. Jo seph's 22-1. 22-1. 22-1. 2, Clem Hergenthan, Lafayette, Lafayette, 22-0. 22-0. 22-0. 3, Ken Charles, West Chester, 21-5"j. 21-5"j. 21-5"j. 4, Jim Cannon, St. Joseph's 21-3"? 21-3"? 21-3"? 5, Ed Berg, Delaware, 21-0 21-0 21-0 6, Frank Gofdy, Delaware, 20-9. 20-9. 20-9. 440 relay 1, St. Joseph's (Paoale, Dalv, Kelly, Sydnor). :42.5. 2, West Chester,: :42.8. 5, Delaware, :43 8. 6, LaSalle, :43.f. 42.S. 3, Lafayette, :42.6 4, American, (Meet record. First year for event). Shot put 1, Vic Monkiewicz, St. Jo seph's, 51-9W 51-9W 51-9W 2, George Garbutt, Bucknell, 49-V4. 49-V4. 49-V4. 3, Rory Landreth, St. Joseph's, 47-V4, 47-V4, 47-V4, 6, Bill Sheeler, Delaware, 45-1 45-1 45-1 l'j. Mile 1, Jon Barnes, Lafayette, 4:11.6. 2, Bob Clunie, Delaware, 4:13 4. 3. Charles Marcinkiewicz, St. Joseph's, 4:13. 4, Steve Haas, Lehigh, 4:14.7 5, Ed Myers, St. Joseph's, Joseph's, 4:14.8. 6, Ron Larentowkz, LaSalle, 4:16.4. Freshman mile (does not count In team standing s) 1, Dennis Elmer, LaSalle, i.la T 1 Bill 1. . ,.m . 17.,. 4, dim cnrei, ueiawaie, 4:41 o. j, Ralph Vreeland, Lafayette, 4:24.1. 4, Keith Home, Lehigh, 4:25 6. 5, John Wyn, West Chester, 4:26.0. 6, Kent Herman, Lafayette. 4:31.0. Discus 1, Bill Wheeler, Delaware, 159-5. 159-5. 159-5. Bob Montanaro, Lafayette, 159-2 159-2 159-2 3, Steve Rohrer, Bucknell, 141-5. 141-5. 141-5. 4, Jim Hill, Lehigh, Lehigh, 140-1. 140-1. 140-1. 5, Howie Jasper, LaSalle, 138-8. 138-8. 138-8. 440-1, 440-1, 440-1, Andre Bell. American. :47.5. 2. scou tampoen, Delaware, 138.0. George Smith, West Chester, :48.7. 3, Bob Johnson, Delaware, :49.0. 4, Ed Kelly, St. 6, Frank Gordv, Delaware. :50.7. joseon-s, joseon-s, joseon-s, :4.z. 5, jimMi er, Lemon. :4?.3 t-resnrtvan t-resnrtvan t-resnrtvan medley relay (does not count in Team sianoings) I, Lasaiie (Brown, Boyer, Monaghan, McKenna), 3:31.1. 2, Lafayette, 3:31.4. 3. West Chester. 3:38.2. 4. Delaware, 3:44.2. 5, Bucknell, 3:48.3 (Meet record. Old record 3:31.8 bv West tnesier, lys.i Triple ump-1, ump-1, ump-1, Vince Papale, St Jo seph's, 46-6. 46-6. 46-6. 2, Gordon Stiles, American, 45-9'i, 45-9'i, 45-9'i, 3, Jim Cannon, St Joseph's, 44-llV. 44-llV. 44-llV. 4, Ken Charles, West Chester, 44-7. 44-7. 44-7. 5, Jim Donlen, LaSalle. 43-9'A. 43-9'A. 43-9'A. 6. Vince Odetei, Lehigh, 43-iv,. 43-iv,. 43-iv,. (Meet record set in trials. Old record 45-10 45-10 45-10 bv Harold Lance. LaSalle. 1966.) Javelin 1, John Miller. Delaware. 219-0 219-0 219-0 2, John Gaydeski, Lafayette, 209-5. 209-5. 209-5. 3, Ted Karsen, West Chester, 202-10. 202-10. 202-10. 4, Bob Mon tanaro, Lafayette, 196-9. 196-9. 196-9. 5, Joe Hance, Dei- Dei- aware, 194-5. 194-5. 194-5. 6, Don Hughes, Lafayette, 191-6. 191-6. 191-6. 120 high hurdles 1, Jim Dalv, St. Jo seph's, : 14.5. 2, Pat Walker, Delaware, : 14.7 3, Greg Walther, Delaware, :15.1. 4, cave Hoiveck, West Chester, :15.3. 5. Ber- Ber- nie Polesz, LaSalle, :15.4. (Ties meet record record of :15.4 set by Dick Sherwin, LaSalle, 1964.) Hioh lumo 1, Tom Hevward. Lafavette. ry Fulmer, St. Joseph's. 6-0. 6-0. 6-0. 4. Clem Her- Her- i, sieve terrun, uaiaue, 6-2. 6-2. 6-2. 3, Hen genhan, Lafayette, 5-10 5-10 5-10 5, Joe Dobrota, Le mgn, 5-8. 5-8. 5-8. 6, Pat walker, Delaware. (Ties meet record of Mike James, St. Joseph's, 1964, and Joe O'Neill, St. Joseph's, 1965.) 1001, Bill Krause, West Chester, :9.7.2, Reggie Sydnor, St. Joseph's, :09.9. 3, Henry Henry Galpin, Lafayette, :10 1. 4, Pete Anzle- Anzle- hone, LaSalle, :10.2. 5, Bill Flis, Lafayette, Lafayette, :10.2. 6, Bill Taylor, Delaware, -.10.5. -.10.5. 8801, Jim Smith, Delaware, 1:54.0. 2, Dan Frye, American, 1:54.1. 3, Jim Thomas, Thomas, St. Joseph's, 1:54 1 4, Jon Barnes, La fayette, 1:54.1. 5, Bill Black, St. Joseph's, 1:54.2. 440 Intermediate hurdle s 1, Andrew Bell, American, :51.7. 2, Don Wood, West Chester, :54.1. 3, Tom Ridgeway, St. JO' seph's, .-54 .-54 .-54 1. 4, Fred Zellner, Lehigh, :54.6. 5, Richard Niemeyer, Lehigh, :56.9. (Meet recora. uia record :si.t oy Ben, iw. 220-1, 220-1, 220-1, Bill Krause, West Chester, :21.7. 2, Henry Galpin, Lafayette, :22.1. 3, Reggie Sydnor, St. Joseph's, :22.6 4, Ed Kelly, St. Joseph's, :22.7. 5, Frank Gordy, Delaware, :n.i. e, biii r us, Latayette, :n.s Two-mile Two-mile Two-mile 1, Ed Carnev. Lehloh. :1 2. 2, Dan Reeks, American, 9:19.5 3, Bob Clunie, Delaware, 9:21.1. 4, Ed Dodd, St. Joseph's, 9:25.6 5, Brian Harrington, Delaware, Delaware, 9:26.6. 6, Ed Pasvaro. LaSalle. 9:33.0. (Meet record. Old record, 9:16.9 by Bill Mahoney, Temple, 1967). Mile relay I, Lafayette (Relbman, Barnes, Whiteman, Galpin), 3:18.2. 2, Dela ware, 3: 19.1 3, West Chester, 3: 19.3. 4, St. Joseph's, 3:19 5. 5, LaSalle. 3:22.4. i. American, 3:23.5. Pole vault 1, Pete Chen, American, 15-1'4. 15-1'4. 15-1'4. 2, Jim Cannon, St. JoseDh's. 14-7?. 14-7?. 14-7?. 3, Vince Papale, St. Joseph's, 14-16 14-16 14-16 4, Jeff ptaeftie, Lemah, 14-14 14-14 14-14 th rd att.). S.Mike McGowan, LaSalle, 13-734. 13-734. 13-734. 6, Steve Winter, Delaware, 13-7 13-7 13-7 (second att.) COLLEGE DIVISION Team scorlng-1, scorlng-1, scorlng-1, Franklin & Marshall 46. 2, PMC Colleges 45. 3. Urslnus 41. 4. Dickinson 28, 5, Swarthmore 24. 6, Albright Joseph's balance, each school had three winners. Two of these champions, one from each school, hit the tape after some dramatic action. Jon Barnes, the reigning Uni- Uni- 19 7, Upsula 16. 8, Delaware Valley 13. 9, (tie) Haverford and Susquehanna 10. 11, Lycoming 9. 12, Wagner 5 13, Washington 3, 14, Lebanon Valley 2. 15, Juniata 1. 440 relay 1, Urslnus (Bennett, Phillips, Kamela, Heisinger), :42.9. 2, Albright, 43.0. 3, PMC, :43.0. 4, Susquehanna, :44.5. 5, Lebanon Valley, not time 6, Franklin and Marshall, no time. (Meet record. First year for event.) Shot put 1, Ted Cottrell, Delaware Valley, Valley, 51-0. 51-0. 51-0. 2, Ray Warenda, Lycoming, 49-8Vj. 49-8Vj. 49-8Vj. 3, Johnson, PWC, 48-9. 48-9. 48-9. 4, Jerry Lang, Franklin and Marshall, 48-2Vj. 48-2Vj. 48-2Vj. 5, Ken Matzkin, Franklin and Marshall, 47-10.6, 47-10.6, 47-10.6, Lee Berry, Muhlenberg, 47-9 47-9 47-9 (Meet record. Old record 50-6'j 50-6'j 50-6'j by Cottrell, 1967). Javelin 1, D'ck McCurdv, Swarthmore, 200-1. 200-1. 200-1. 2, Ed Watson, Franklin and Mar shall, 195-11. 195-11. 195-11. 3, Mark Heckman, Albright, 192-2. 192-2. 192-2. 4, Pete Johnson, Washington, 191-11. 191-11. 191-11. Bill Olson, Swarthmore, 183-7. 183-7. 183-7. 6, Gene Pashuck, Ursinus, 182-4. 182-4. 182-4. High ump . Thurman Bullock, Franklin and Marshall, t-TV. t-TV. t-TV. 2, Dave Boyles, Al- Al- orignt, 6-2. 6-2. 6-2. 3, Jim Karsnirz, urslnus, 6-i 6-i 6-i (first att.). 4, Jim Kelly, Albright, 6-1 6-1 6-1 (sec ond atf ). 5, Bill Klemm, PMC, 6-0 6-0 6-0 (second att ). 6, Mike Miller, Muhlenberg, 6-0 6-0 6-0 unird att.). (Meet record. Old record 6-534 6-534 6-534 by Grant Krow, Albright, 1962.) Mile l, Silas Little, Havertora, 4:i5.4. z, Ron Sayers, PMC, 4:16.7. 3, Charles Smith, Dickinson, 4:18.3 4, Bruce Albert, Urslnus, 4:19.9 5, Dick Williams, Lebanon Valley, 4:21.4. 6, Ben Whitman, Washington, 4:21.5. (Meet record. Old record 4:17.7 by vern Morgan, Urslnus, 1961.) Long lump l, Richie Davis, upsula, 22-l'j. 22-l'j. 22-l'j. 2, Thurman Bullock, Franklin and Marshall, 21-9' 21-9' 21-9' a. 3, Jeff Breed, Susquehan na, 21-6. 21-6. 21-6. 4, Arnold Obey, Wagner, 21-5. 21-5. 21-5. 5, Tom Hafkenschiel, Swarthmore, 21-4Va. 21-4Va. 21-4Va. 6, Bart Bennett, Ursinus, 21-1 21-1 21-1 'a. Freshman mile (does not count in team standings) 1, Kevin King, PMC, 4:29.6. 2, Pete Relnhart, Franklin and Marshall, 4:33.8. 3, Dave Bled, Washington, 4:33.8. 4, Pete von Sothen, Urslnus, 4:49.0 (Meet record Old record 4:36.4 bv Ben Whitman, Washington, 1965). Mann, Franklin end Marshall, :49.8. 3, 440-1, 440-1, 440-1, Ted wooiery, paac, :48 7, douo John Edgar, Swarthmore, :49.8. 4, Charles French, PMC, :50.6 5, Tom Gilmore, Franklin and Marshall, :51.6. Disqualified Brian Souerwine, Ursinus, (ran out of lane) Freshman medley relay (does not euunt In team standings) 1, PMC (Gondels, En-riques, En-riques, En-riques, Kulp, King), 3:39.0. 2, Haverford, 3:41.1. (Meet record. Old record 3:40.2 by PMC. 1966.) 120 high hurdles l Nason Donanue, Dickinson, 14.6. 2, Richie Davis, Upsala, :14.6. 3, Bart Bennett, Ursinus, :15.2. 6, Barry Spencer, Ursinus, :15 4. 100-1, 100-1, 100-1, Rick Pfeffer, PMC, :09.8. 2, Brvant Heisinqer, Urslnus. :09.9. 3, Jack Ba lev. Franklin and Marshall, : 10.0. 4, Na son Donahue, Dickinson, :10 1. 5, Charles Mock, Washington, :10.3. 6, Fred sample, PMC. (Ties meet record of Gary Francis, Albright, 1965.) 8801, Charles Smith, Dickinson, 1:55.8. 2, Paul Buechle. Albright, 1:56.4. 3, Wayne Oppenheimer, Delaware Valley; 1:57 0.4, Ed Phillips, Dickinson, 1:57 1. 5, Tom Qulckel, Franklin and Marshall, 1:57.2. 6, Tom Caracciolo, PMC, 1:57.6. 440 Interrrwdiate hurdles l, Ted wooiery,' wooiery,' PMC. :54.0. 2, Bill Edgar, Swarthmore, Swarthmore, :54 5. 3, Ed Osqood, Lycoming, :54 6. 4, John Edgar, Swarthmore, -.54.9. -.54.9. 5, Bart- Bart- Bennett, Ursinus, :55.7. 6, Nason Donahue, Dickinson, :55.8. (Meet record. Old record :54.1 by John Edgar, Swarthmore, 1967.) Discus s 1. Jerrv Weiner, Dickinson, 141-3 141-3 141-3 2, Dana Miller, 'Delaware Valley, 137-8. 137-8. 137-8. 3, Jerry Lang, Franklin and Mar shall, 137-0. 137-0. 137-0. 4, Glen Seaond, Upsala, 135-2. 135-2. 135-2. 5, Dennis Miller, Ursinus, 131-0 131-0 131-0 6, Martin Frankenfield, Muhlenberg, 130-1. 130-1. 130-1. 220-1, 220-1, 220-1, Rick Pfeffer, PMC. :21.7. 2, Jack Bailery, Franklin and Marshall, :22.1. 3, Bryant Heisinger, Ursinus, :22.1 4, Craig DeSha, Swarthmore, :22.9. 5, Ernie Manci-ni, Manci-ni, Manci-ni, Albright, :23.1. 6, Brian Souerwine, Ur slnus, :23.8. Triple lump 1, Thurman Bullock, Franklin and Marshall, 44-10. 44-10. 44-10. 2, Richie Davis, Upsala 44-7Va, 44-7Va, 44-7Va, 3, Arnold Obey, Wagnr, 44-6'. 44-6'. 44-6'. 4, Bob McFarland, Dickinson, Dickinson, 42-1 42-1 42-1 l'j. 5, Jeff Breed, Susquehanna, 42-10 42-10 42-10 6, Wayne Liddlck, Susquehanna, 41- 41- 7. Two-mile Two-mile Two-mile 1, Ron Sayers, PMC, 9:27.3. 2, Dick Crawford, Haverford, 9:32 2. 3, Bruce Albert, Ursinus, 9:36.7. 4, Ron Herman, Ursinus, 9:38.4. 5, Dick Beard, Juniata, 39.7. 6, Ben Whitman, Washington, 9:39.9. (Meet record. Breaks own record of 9:33.7 set In 1967). Mile relay-1, relay-1, relay-1, Ursinus (Souerwine, El- El- wood, Whipp, Heisinger), 3:20.2. 2, Franklin Franklin and Marshall, 3:20.5 3, Swarthmore, 3:20.5. 4, PMC, 3:23.3. 5, Dickinson, 3:24.1. 6, Susquehanna, 3:27 2. Pole vault l, John Tourtoiiotee, ursi nus, 13-0. 13-0. 13-0. 2, Tom Snedeker, Susquehanna, 12-6 12-6 12-6 (first att.). 3, Dave Harvey, Franklin and Marshall, 12-6 12-6 12-6 (first att., but missed at lower height). 4, Paul Sonnichsen, Lycoming, Lycoming, 12- 12- (third att.). 5, Steve Wooley, Urslnus, 12-0. 12-0. 12-0. 6, Eric Drake, Dickinson, 120 (tirst att., Put missed at lower height) versity Division mile champion from Lafayette, found himself a good 20 yards behind Delaware's Delaware's Bob Clunie with just 220 yards to go in Saturday's mile. Then, with a dramatic charge, Barnes opened up and caught Clunie 30 yards from the wire. "I usually have a pretty good kick, but I don't like to be that far back that late in the race," Barnes puffed. "Clunie ran a good strategical race and almost almost outfoxed me. I didn't wake up any too soon." THE Blue Hens' Jim Smith tried the same strategy in the 880 final. The Delaware junior led from the outset and held off three challengers in the stretch to win in a photo. "I just ran my race," Smith said later. "Com ing down the stretch, I could see Delaware all over that tape, and I was determined to get there first." In addition t o Barnes, Tom Heyward won the high jump for Lafayette to tie an MAC University University Division record, and the Leopards took the mile relay. Bill Wheeler and John Miller won the discus and javelin re spectively for Delaware. Along with the multi-talented multi-talented multi-talented Papale, Andy Bell of American University and West Chester's Bill Krause were University Division Division double winners. Bell won the 440 in 47.5 seconds and 440 hurdles in 51.7 seconds, an MAC record. Krause took the 100 and 220. A STORY-BOOK STORY-BOOK STORY-BOOK finish developed developed in the College Division with Franklin and Marshall winning the title , in the last event. F&M scored 46 points to edge PMC, which was seeking a fourth straight crown, by one point. Ursinus was third with 41 points. Dave Harvey lifted Franklin and Marshall over PMC Col leges with a third-place third-place third-place finish in the pole vault. PMC was not represented in the vaulting. Thurman Bullock won two events for F&M, and Rick Pfeffer Pfeffer and Ted Wooiery were double double victors for PMC. Five records were shattered in the College Division and an other was tied. TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED - REBUILT 1 DAY SERVICE E-Z E-Z E-Z TERMS CALL 655-5543 655-5543 655-5543

Clipped from The Morning News13 May 1968, MonPage 11

The Morning News (Wilmington, Delaware)13 May 1968, MonPage 11
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