Santana Leads Men’s Indoor At Terrier Classic
Photo: Jonathan Santana
ALBANY, N.Y. – Senior Jonathan Santana led the University at
Albany men’s indoor track and field team with two personal-bests Saturday
afternoon at the Boston University Terrier Classic.
Santana recorded the fourth-best 200m dash mark in program
history with a time of 21.72, good for 13th place. Santana also had
a personal-best that ranks third in the record books, running a 48.0 second 400m
time, finishing as the runner-up in the event.
Alex Petit-Frere also had a personal-best indoor time in the
400m, finishing fifth in the 147-athlete field. In addition, the time marked
the fifth-best in the program’s archives.
John DeLallo led the Great Danes in the 1,000m with an IC4A
qualifying time of 2:28.34, placing 12th.
Christopher Buchanan also qualified for the IC4A
Championship with a personal-best 4:08.89 mile run.
UAlbany’s 4x400m relay squad, consisting of Taariq Jones,
Petit-Frere, Jeremiah Obeng-Agyapong, and Santana, placed fifth out of 56
teams with an IC4A qualifying time of
In the field events, Alfonso Scannapieco led UAlbany in the
pole vault with a second-place bound of 16-04.75, while Christopher Stephenson
took 10th in the high jump with his 6-02.75 mark.
The Great Danes are back in action next
Friday and Saturday at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational at the NYC