Siena Men’s and Women’s track program competed at the Rider Invitational on Saturday. The men finished eighth overall with 37 points, while the women eighth with 31 points.
The women’s 4x800m relay team made up of Sarah Forman, Serena Rizzo, Shannen Kerin and Agnes Eigo broke the program record when they finished in 9:49.44. Carolyn Pellegrini, Annica Penn, Sydney Sericolo and Abbi Wright who made up the second relay team finished in 10:16.63 and have the fourth best time in Siena history and third best outdoor time in the event.
William Randall and Shane Fiust-Klink took on the 3000m steeplechase and took respective finished of third and sixth place overall. Randall is now fifth on the All-Time list with a 10:00.96 time, while Fiust-Klink is sixth All-Time with a 10:10.11 finish.
Sydney Sericolo took third place in the 1500m with a personal best time of 4:50.74. Pellegrini finished in ninth with a personal best time of 4:58.30. Ursula Svoboda took control in the race and wound up with a personal best 5:07.83 time. All three now rank on the 1500m All-Time list in respective spots of fourth, sixth and 10th.
Wright set a personal best 2:29.88 finish in the 800m and is now fourth on the All-Time list. Eigo found herself in fourth on the outdoor list with a time of 2:33.54. For the men, Daniel Medici is now ninth on the outdoor list with a personal best 2:03.46 finish.
Jack O’Hara led the way in the men’s 5000m as he set a personal best time of 15:33.32 for fourth place overall. Shaun VanBuskirk finished in sixth with a time of 15:37.27. Michael Rautter and Stosh Davis rounded out the top 10 with respective times of 15:52.36 and 15:58.05.
On the women’s side, twins Sydney Johnson and Camryn Johnson are now ninth and 10th on the Siena Outdoor list in the 5000m. Sydney took third with a time of 18:53.53, while Camryn landed in fifth at 19:11.76.
The Saints will travel to the Bucknell Outdoor Classic on Friday, Apr. 14.