The Deacs will send 37 student-athletes to Annapolis, Maryland for the first meet of the year away from Winston-Salem
Jan. 11, 2018
By Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeTrack)
||Fri., Jan. 12 - Sat., Jan. 13
||Annapolis, Maryland (Wesley A. Brown Field House) Facility Info
||Fri., Jan. 12 (Multis) - 4 p.m. | Sat., Jan. 13 - 11 a.m.
||Schedule | Heat Sheets
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. --The Wake Forest men's and women's track and field teams will travel to Annapolis, Maryland to compete in the Navy Invitational Jan. 12-13.
The meet begins Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. with the women's indoor pentathlon. The remainder of the competition begins in the field at 11 a.m. and on the track at 11:45 a.m. on Saturday.
The Deacs will send 20 men and 17 women to the competition to compete in 21 total events. Wake Forest will compete against host Navy, George Mason, Mt. St. Mary's, Penn and South Carolina in the two-day meet.
Last time out, the Deacons claimed nine event titles at the UNCG Early Bird Duals along with 19 top-five finishes. Luke Annichiarico and Tesia Kempski swept the men's and women's pole vault while Alva Hicks won the shot put at weight throw. Alexandria Florent claimed the high jump title to wrap up the field events. On the track, John Archie claimed the men's 800m, Robbie Barr took the men's mile and Cydney Delley won the women's 400m in her first-ever collegiate competition. The women's 4x400m relay team consisting of Delley, Maya Hinton, Jordan Banks and Sarah Johnson grabbed the last title for the Deacs.
Following their trip to Annapolis, the Demon Deacons will return to the JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem for the Wake Forest Invitational Jan. 20-21.
Women's 400m Dash
Women's 500m Dash
Women's 800m Run
Women's 1000m Run
Women's 3000m Run
Cydney Delley, Jordan Banks, Maya Hinton, Sarah Johnson
Women's Weight Throw
Women's Shot Put
Women's High Jump
Women's Pole Vault
Men's 60m Dash
Men's 200m Dash
Men's 400m Dash
Men's 500m Dash
Men's 800m Run
Men's 1000m Run
Men's Mile Run
Men's 3000m Run
Men's 4x400m Relay
A. Kaleb Bryant, John Archie, Dakota Greenwalt, Robert Heppenstall
B. Nick Beglane, Matt Konigsberg, Sebastian Fischbach, Mark Smith
Men's Shot Put
Men's Pole Vault