Several strong performances highlight Twilight Invite
WESTMINSTER, Md. – CUA sent several athletes to the
McDaniel Twilight II meet on Wednesday evening and there were a
number of impressive performances. Highlighting the night was
Kelly Carioto, who broke the school record of current Cardinals
assistant coach Kim Stengle in the discus with a toss of 39.20
Other Cardinals that competed included Laura Kinley, who won the 800 with a time of 2:23.08 and Pete Schramm, who finished third in the discus in his first-ever meet with a throw of 34.20 meters.
Also taking part were George Brewer in the 800 meters, who crossed in fourth place with a time of 2:02.94 and Nick Pavia, also in the 800, who came in seventh, after he finished in 2:12.31. Carioto later competed in the shot put where she placed fourth with a throw of 11.79 meters.
Complete results of the competition can be found here.
The CUA women will return to action on Thursday, April 28 when the Cardinals compete at the historic Penn Relays in Philadelphia. The men and women will then head to Juniata on April 30 to take part in the 2011 Landmark Conference championship.