Webert Shines as Men Compete at Colonial Relays

Webert Shines as Men Compete at Colonial Relays

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Virginia Wesleyan University men's track and field team competed at the Colonial Relays hosted by The College of William & Mary over the past two days. The squad squared off against teams from Division I, Division II and Division III at the meet.

Quentin Webert produced an excellent performance in the weigh throw, topping the field of 23 throwers. The sophomore broke the Virginia Wesleyan record as he tossed the weight 48.88 meters. Tyreece Duke also churned out a solid performance in the throws, taking 10th in the javelin with a toss of 45.43m.

Already having a tremendous season, the Marlin hurdling group continued its success in Williamsburg, Landry Moffo took 10th out of 31 runners in the 110m hurdles, posting a time of 15.72. William Peyton was not far behind him as his time of 15.92 earned him 14th in the race. Over at the 400m hurdles, Eamon Cooney set a solid time of 56.74 which placed him 31st.

Skyler Lattuca also registered a solid time in the 1500-meter race, crossing the finish line in 4:06.97.

Men's track and field will return to action again next Saturday as it competes in the Eastern Shore Challenge hosted by Salisbury University.