Track Tune Up At Middlebury Invitational

Jan. 27, 2018

Siena Men’s and Women’s Track teams headed up to Middlebury, Vermont to take on the Middlebury Invitational. The Saints competed in just six events as a tune up for the MAAC Championships.

Mary McNally, who has not run the mile in the Green and Gold competed as the sole Saint in the event with a 5:48.40 finish. Aidan Canavan and Jason Linendoll ran the event on the men’s side, with Linendoll taking a stab at it for the first time for the Saints. Canavan came in at 15:52.41, while Linendoll finished in 16:34.69.

Setting a personal record in the 5000m, Carissa Kahn finished the run in 19:09.26.

Daniel Medici ran the mile on the men’s side in 4:43.21. Michael Carroll finished the race in 4:49.44. Both Chris Estremera and Cole DiGiacomo competed in the event for the first time for the Saints and finished in respective times of 4:46.44 and 4:50.24.

Grant Norton and Ittai Rosales ran in the 800m with the two finishing in 2:08.18 and 2:07.41, respectively.

Estremera also took to the 1000m for the first time donning the Green & Gold and finished in a time of 2:45.51. Medici came around the track in 2:48.37. DiGiacomo finished in 2:58.73 for his first collegiate 1000m, while Carroll finished in 2:53.57.

 

 

The men’s and women’s team will head to Boston, Massachusetts for the David Hemery Valentine Invitational on Friday, February 9 and Saturday, February 10 for the final indoor meet before the MAAC Championships.