Georgetown Men Finish 20th at 2001 NCAA Indoor Championships
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The Georgetown University men's track & field team earned a 20th place finish at the 2001 Division I Men's NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, held Friday-Saturday, March 9-10, at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The GU men tallied 10 points tying for the 20th spot at the NCAA Championship, out of 60 schools competing. LSU won the NCAA Men's Indoor title with 34 points, followed by Texas Christian in second place with 33 points. Host team Arkansas took third place with 32 points, and Alabama and Stanford rounded out the top five with 31 and 28.5 points respectively.
The Hoya men participated in just two events, the distance medley relay (DMR) and the 3,000-meter run. The Hoyas' DMR squad placed fourth posting a 9:36.56, just over six seconds behind first place finisher Stanford (9:30.01). Anchored by sophomore Chris Miltenberg (East Northport, NY/John Glenn), the team, sophomore Dylan Welsh (Saratoga Springs, NY/Saratoga Springs Senior), sophomore James Graham (Washington, DC/St. Albans Academy), senior Isidro Pimental (Jersey City, NJ/Henry Snyder), and Miltenberg raced to the third best time in Hoya history. The two best times all-time for Georgetown are 9:34.09 (2-26-99) and 9:35.83 (3-9-97). Miltenberg also earned a fourth-place finish in the 3000-meter run in a time of 8:07.94. The mark is the best time for the Hoyas since 1999, when Justin McCarthy posted an 8:06.18. David Kimani of Alabama took first in the event finishing the two-mile event in 8:03.29.
Men's Results (60 Teams Competing) Women's Results (63 Teams Competing)