COLLEGEVILLE – William Hallinan had the Devils' two best individual finishes, as the University of the Sciences men's track and field program competed in the first event of its inaugural season on Saturday at the Collegeville Classic hosted by Ursinus.
Hallinan won his section of the mile by .24 seconds, crossing in 4:48.19 to place 13th overall in the field of 31, before going on to place 14th out of 43 competitors in the 800m with a time of 2:06.38.
Papazian narrowly missed out on finishing in the top-half of the field in both the 60m and 200m. His a time of 7.71 was good for 33rd place out of 61 in the 60m, while he crossed in 25:01 in the 200m to finish 26th out of 51.
Weiner also ran the 60m and 200m, registering respective times of 8.29 and 25.91.
Freshman Conor Glass finished the 60m in 8.75, while his furthest throw in the shot put traveled 7.73m (25-04.50).
Rounding out USciences' freshmen competitors was Ryan Ward, who finished the mile in 5:06.73.
University of the Sciences takes two weekends off before competing in the second of three winter events this season on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Albright Invite.
43. Conor Glass – 7.73m (25-04.50)
33. Eric Papazian – 7.71
54. Matthew Weiner – 8.29
59. Conor Glass – 8.75
13. William Hallinan – 4.48.19
22. Ryan Ward – 5:06.73
14. William Hallinan – 2:06.38
26. Eric Papazian – 25.01
37. Matthew Weiner – 25.91
9. Weiner, Papazian, Cardace, Hallinan - 3:44.70