Stanford, CA - The Sacred Heart University men's track and field team was represented in three different locations this past weekend, at the Stanford Invitational, the Raleigh Relays in North Carolina State and at Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J.
Trevor Guerrera represented SHU at the Stanford Invitational in the 800 meters. The senior finished fourth overall, beating professional runner Drew Hunter and taking second amongst collegiate competition. His time of 1:49.48 is a new outdoor personal best that is well under the ECAC and New England standards. Guerrera currently ranks 18th in all of Division I this season and 10th in the East Region.
Michael Kearns represented the Pioneers at the Raleigh Relays, hosted by North Carolina State. The veteran threw three of the outdoor implements, shot put, discus and hammer. His best performance came in the shot put, with a toss of 14.46m that landed him 18th of 25 competitors.
At Rider, Sean Mefford set a personal best in the long jump to win the event, leaping 7.06 meters. Mefford's performance clears the IC4A and New England standards.
Elijah Pierson represented Sacred Heart for the first time, finishing third in the 100 meter dash in a time of 11.33 seconds.
Liam McDade was third in the discus throw, debuting in the event with a mark of 39.93m.
Timothy Loehner was sixth in the 3000 meters, finishing in a time of 8:49.39.
The Pioneers are back in action Friday, April 6 at the Sam Howell Invitational and Friday Night Distance Races at Princeton University, NJ at 4:00 pm.