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Macniel Mandeh
Macniel Mandeh
Height: 5-8
Weight: 147
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Springfield, Pa.
High School: Cardinal O'Hara
Events: Sprints
Major: Pharmacy

TFRRS Performance List



  • Finished the season ranked eighth in the CACC in the 200m
  • Posted top-10 finish in the field of 39 in the 400m, finishing in collegiate-best 51.77 at Stockton's Osprey Invite. Was also part of both the 4x400m and 4x800m relay teams that broke school records (4/13)
  • Finished 10th in a field of 119 in the in the 200m, moving to third in the CACC with a school record 22.52 at Widener's Danny Curran Invitational. He then ran a 51.93 in the 400m to break the school record while just narrowly missing out top-fourth of the field, crossing 26th out of 102. Was also a member of the 4x400m relay team that combined to finish in a school record 3:32.80, good for ninth in the field of 22 quartets (3/30)
  • Member of both the 4x400m and distnace medley relay teams that broke school records at the Armory Last Chance Meet (2/22)
  • Broke the school record in the 200m that he had set the previous week, crossing in 23.03 to win his heat and place 37th out of 95 at the FastTrack National Invitational. Also broke the school's 400m school record with a time of 52.36 (2/8)
  • Broke a school record for the second straight week, running a 23.55 in the 200m to place eighth out of 53 at Ursinus' Frank Colden Invitational. Also placed seventh out of 53 in the 400m (52.83) and 15th out of 51 in the 60m (7.34) (2/2)
  • Set the school record in the 60m with a time of 7.28 to win his prelim and qualify for the final with the 11th-fastest time amongst 47 sprinters at the season-opening Collegeville Classic (1/19)

Prior to USciences:

  • 60m and 200m Indoor District Champion
  • 2018 Indoor 4x200m All-Catholic
  • Also played Rugby, winning Division II State Championship in 2018


  • Son of Monkonjay Dole and Scott Mandeh
  • Chose to come to USciences for their advertisement of balance between athletics and academics
  • Would like to eventually get experience as a pharmacist in a hospital