Track & Field
MU Wins Four Event Titles at Notre Dame

Senior Carlye Schuh notches best long jump mark in program history

Senior Carlye Schuh notches best long jump mark in program history

Dec. 6, 2013

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NOTRE DAME, Ind. - The Marquette University men’s and women’s track and field teams kicked off their indoor season Friday at Notre Dame’s Blue & Gold Invitational at the Loftus Sports Center in Notre Dame, Ind.

Caryle Schuh, John Kaplan, Omo Tseumah and Michael Saindon all claimed event titles for the Golden Eagles.

Schuh, a senior jumps specialist, won the long jump with a program-record mark of 6.06 meters (19 feet, 10.75 inches). The Appleton, Wis. native broke her own mark of 5.93 meters (19, 5 1/2), which previously had been the program record. Schuh also finished third out of 18 competitors in the 200-meter run.

Sophomore John Kaplan also had a very successful day, notching a personal-best mark of 4.75 meters (15-7) en route to an event title in the pole vault. Kaplan’s efforts earned him the second-best pole vaulting mark in program history.

Freshman Omo Tseumah, making her collegiate debut Friday, captured the high jump event with a mark of 1.62 meters in the final round.

MU also received a strong contribution from senior Michael Saindon who claimed the high jump event title with a leap of 2.05 meters (6-8.75). Teammate Max Kilpin finished just behind him with a mark of 1.90 meters.

Senior sprinter Kate Hein secured a second place finish in the 500-meter run with a mark of 1:15.62, just a few ticks off of her own program-record time of 1:13.48. Sophomore Nicole Ethier notched a new personal-best mark of 1:16.41 in the event.

Sophomore Anton Rice finished second in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:55.83, while fellow sophomore Brett Tobin finished second in the triple jump.

The 4x400-meter relay squad of Katie Kemmerer, Anna Strong, Gretchen Homan and Hein earned a second place finish in the event with a time of 3:53.76, which is good for the 10th-best mark in program history.

The Golden Eagles will have more than a month off from competition before taking on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Friday, Jan. 17 at the Klotsche Center.


 

 

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