Cornell athletes won their second watch in as many days, as Stephen Mozia decided he wanted to have his own watch. Mozia won the College Men Shot Put Championships, heaving the metal ball to 63-0 which is a new conference leading mark in the event and the 3rd-best in Outdoor Ivy history. Mozia is the first Ivy winner in this event in 30 years, as Princeton’s August Wolf won in 1983 with a distance of 64-7.25.
Princeton men have a shot at a Championship of America wheel on Saturday – they qualified for the finals in the 4×400 relay with the 7th fastest time of the day, 3:07.99 (yes – Ivy Leaguers can sprint in a Penn Relay final.
Other Day 2 top-6 performances:
College Women ECAC 4×100 Final – Penn with Gabrielle Piper , Rachel Hlatky, Nonyerem Onyeador, and Heather Bong (5th, 46.18)
College Women Shuttle Hurdle Relay Championship of America – Cornell with Mina Amick-Alexis, Hillary Holmes, Zaakirah Daniels, and Kayla Wong (3rd, 57.59)
College Women Triple Jump Championships – Imani Oliver of Princeton (5th, 41-0.25)
College Men Long Jump Championships – Steven Bell of Cornell (6th, 23-8.25)
Masters Women 4×400 Relay 40+ – Gaby Grebski of Yale with Athena Track Club (1st, 4:10.06)
Corporate Distance Medley – Liz Costello of Princeton with General Electric (2nd, 11:15.39)