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Green Knights Win Third Consecutive Wisconsin Lutheran Invite Title

From Sports Information Director, April 11, 2015 | Men's Track & Field
by Dan Lukes, dan.lukes@snc.edu, (920) 403-4077

MILWAUKEE - St. Norbert College won the Wisconsin Lutheran College Warrior Invitational for the third consecutive year with a strong showing at Raabe Stadium.

The Green Knights piled up 243 points, easily besting runner-up Carroll University's 155 points for the team title. St. Norbert won nine of the 22 events contested.

Brad Boockmeier won a pair of field events - claiming the shot put with a distance of 47 feet 9 inches and the javelin throw with a distance of 169-7. Boockmeier was second in the pole vault at 11-6 1/4 and was also runner-up in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 16.08 seconds.

Randy Hill captured the long jump title with a distance of 21-7 1/4. Hill placed third in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:00.75.

Ryan Grandlic won the 400-meter dash with a time of 49.46 seconds, while Austin Livingston won the 800-meter dash in 1:56.61. Hayden Hoffmann claimed the top honors in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:58.14.

The 4x400-meter relay of Tyler Lewis, Livingston, Taylor Pasterski and Grandlic won with a time of 3:22.09. The 800-meter sprint medley of Brennan Beachler, Taylor Daul, Riley Scanlan and Pasterski won with a time of 1:39.02. The distance medley of Sam Holt, Alexander Clemetson, Tommy Zakowski and Jacob Wittmershaus won with a time of 11:06.43.

Evan Broyles finished in second place in three field events. Broyles was runner-up in the shot put (44-2), the discus throw (132-8) and the hammer throw (143-11). Broyles took second to unattached competitors in both the discus and hammer.

The 4x100-meter relay of Kevin Schlichter, Pasterski, Colin O'Brien and Tyler Lewis was second with a time of 43.62 seconds.

Schlichter was second in the long jump at 21-2.

Akeem Edmonds was third in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:59.91.