Coast Guard Academy Sports Roundup

Indoor track competes in regional championships

The Coast Guard Academy competed in indoor track regional championships as well as a men's tennis game against Vassar College on Saturday. The following information was provided by Jason Southard, sports information director at the Coast Guard Academy:

Men's Tennis

Vassar, ranked 11th in the region, beat Coast Guard 7-2 at the Dutchess Racquet Club.

Josh Fischer won 6-4, 7-5 at #3 singles while Nick Martin 4-6, 6-1, 11-9 at #4 singles for Coast Guard.

The Brewers improved to 5-1 while the Bears drop to 4-2.

Indoor Track

Adam Scalesse broke his own school record in the 60 meter hurdles and placed seventh to earn All-New England honors at the All-New England Championships with athletes from Division I, II, III at Boston University.

Scalesse placed 7th overall to earn All New England honors after posting a career best time of 8.25 breaking the record he set two weeks ago of 8.30 on the same track.

The Bears ran three relays all running their fastest time of the season and all posting ECAC qualifying marks. Myles McCarthy, Ben Hannon, Jordan Lee, and Brad Pienta ran the Distance Medley Relay and posted a time of 10:34.47.

Jordan Lee, Zack Kearney, James Martin, and Ryan Hub ran the 4x800 meter relay finishing in 8:04.84. Also, the 4x400 meter relay with Kelcey Smith, Ben Hannon, Joe Kelly, and anchored by Scalesse ran 3:20.01.

In the women's competition, Emily Trudeau was the Bears top performer. She threw the shot put 37 feet, four inches.

Also competing were Meghan Kalinowski, Kristin Euchler, Jill Kelly, and Beth Gollin running in the 4x800 meter relay, which posted their fastest time of the season running 10:08.42.


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