Lions Continue to Build at CAC Championships

Lions Continue to Build at CAC Championships

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York, Pa. – As the Penn State Harrisburg inaugural track & field season begins to wind down, the Lions looked to add to their already memorable season at the 2015 Capital Athletic Conference Championships.  With the top competitors from the CAC battling for conference bragging rights, the Blue and White did what they could to take home top finishes in their first ever conference championship. 

Sophomore Joey Phifer (Union, N.J. / Union) continues to lead the men's team day in and day out.  In Sunday's final heats, Phifer took home a fourth place finish in the men's 800 meter with a time of 1:56.07. Another notable finish on the men's side was Josiah Owhe (Westbury, N.Y. / Westbury) who took sixth in the long jump with a distance of 6.60 meters. 

Top finishes were tougher to come by for the women in Sunday's final rounds.  Senior Erin Goodyear (Boiling Springs, Pa. / Boiling Springs) showed well in the discus finals where she took home an eighth place finish with a distance of 29.97 meters.  Rosaline Osibodu (Harrisburg, Pa. / Sci Tech) recorded an 11th place finish in the women's 400 meter dash for the Lions.

Penn State Harrisburg will look to add on to their already impressive first season as they will take part in the Tuppeny Twilight Last Chance Meet at Swarthmore College Monday May 11th before the ECAC Outdoor Championships at Springfield College in Massachusetts May 14th.