LEWISBURG, Pa. – Penn State Harrisburg's men's and women's track & field teams were in action at the Gulden Invitational hosted by Bucknell on Saturday, Jan. 25.
Dominick Hogans turned in his best effort of the season in the 200m dash, with his time of 22.89 in the event and earning a ninth-place finish out of 37 competitors. The sophomore was the top-finishing NCAA Division III athlete in the race thanks to the mark that ranks him second in the event in program history.
Alex White was also the top Division III finisher in his lone event of the day. The senior posted a top bound of 6.71 meters in the long jump; a number good enough to earn him a seventh-place finish out of 18 total jumpers.
Elsewhere on the men's side, Joseph Rebarchak recorded his best effort of the season in the shot put with a toss of 12.21 meters, while Sean Myron took part in both the shot put and weight throw events. Alex Terody competed in the 60m dash, as did Carlos Rodriguez in the 60m hurdles.
Jamilyn Nimo was the sole athlete in action on the women's side. The junior thrower had a top toss of 10.45 meters in the weight throw, while also registering a top effort of 9.25 meters in the shot put.
Next weekend will be a big one for the Lions, as some athletes will compete at Penn State's National Open, others will take part in Susquehanna's SU Challenge and others still will be at Bucknell for the Bison Open and Multi.