KINGS POINT, N.Y. - The Coast Guard men's track and field team won all but one event on their way to a 121-48 victory over rival Merchant Marine.
The Bears already have the Superintendent's Trophy won but coupled with the women's victory on the same day, Coast Guard pushes their lead to 13.5-4.5.
Freshman Edward Carroll was the big winner of the day for the Bears taking home first place finishes in the 110 hurdles (16.85), the long jump (20-00.25) and the triple jump (39-1.25).
Coast Guard also took first in every running event on the track with sophomore Jacob Pawlina winning the 100 (11.60), sophomore Michael Bishop in the 200 (23.48), sophomore Nicholas Frystak in the 400(50.25), junior Brett Foster in the 800 (1:58.39), senior Caleb Teachout in the 1500 (4:02.01), sophomore Alex Kearney in the 5K (16:05.01) and junior Luke Rehfuss in the 400 hurdles (56.84).
The Bears also took both the relays with the 4x100 featuring junior Raeford Penny, freshman Miguel Moroles, Bishop and Pawlina running 43.33. Senior Will Klein, sophomore Benjamin Taminger, Teachout and Foster teamed up to win the 4x400 in 3:26.26.
Coast Guard is back in action next Friday, April 14th, when they host WPI and Springfield for a tri-meet.