UAlbany Communications and Marketing Banfield's School Record Leads Track & Field At Season Opener UAlbany Sports Information 12-02-2017 Related Links Banfield on His 300m Record, Indoor Track's Fast Start Results Sign Up For Free Email Updates Meet: Boston University Season Opener Location: Track and Tennis Center in Boston, Mass. Score: No team scoring Athletes of the Meet: Hannah Reinhardt, Anika Hibbard, Myles Banfield, David Carlson Short Story: The UAlbany track & field team saw a strong start to the season at Boston University, headlined by a new school and facility record from Myles Banfield. How it happened Águeda Muñoz Marqués won the women’s mile in 5:05.02, her first collegiate track race Walter Briggs placed second in the men’s 400m in 49.50 Dayleen Santana Rodriguez placed second in the women’s 60m in 7.58, leading four Great Danes in the finals Osiris Nicholson placed second in the men’s 60m in 6.96 Eight Great Danes placed in the top 19 in the women’s 300m, led by Stephanie Osuji in 39.41 Grace Claxton, running for Puerto Rico, placed second in 37.64, one of three marks under the previous facility record Myles Banfield won the men’s 300m in a new facility record 33.62, breaking his own school record by two-tenths Victor Ortiz Rivera placed sixth in the men’s 3,000m in 8:21.33, the sixth-fastest time in program history The men’s 4x400m relay of Harmodio Cruz III (48.7), Walter Briggs (49.0), Jordan Lawrence (49.0), and Banfield (47.0) placed second in 3:13.96. It is the fastest December 4x400m relay in program history Hannah Reinhardt ran a 32-second personal-best in the women’s 5,000 (17:02.52) In the men’s 5,000m, Ryan Udvadia placed seventh in 14:15.58, just two seconds off his school record, and Kyle Gronostaj placed 18th in 14:29.06. Ricardo Estremera, running for Puerto Rico, placed third in 14:10.29 Victor Cotto won the men’s long jump in 22-01.75 In the women’s shot put, Lundy Spinner placed second in 43-00.50 and Tara Belinsky placed fourth in 42-06.25 Annika Hibbard won the women’s high jump in 5-07.00, ahead of third-place Victoria Stoffel in 5-05.00 David Carlson placed second in the men’s weight throw in 58-08.00 Kingsley Ogbonna tied with Connecticut’s Safir Scott for first place in the men’s high jump in 6-09.75 Victoria Fichtel and Lynda Brundige went two-three in the women’s triple jump in 37-04.00 and 37-01.00 Devon Willis placed second in the men’s triple jump in 49-05.75 The team earned 17 total IC4A and ECAC qualifying marks (nine men, eight women) Next: The mutlis athletes will have their first shot at their full events at the UConn Multi Meet starting December 7.