Georgetown Track & Field Competes at BU Scarlet & White Invitational

Feb. 4, 2017

WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University track & field team traveled to Boston, Mass., for the 2017 Scarlet & White Invitational, hosted by Boston University. The meet was highlighted by the Hoyas placing three among the top 10 in the men's mile, the most of any school, an honor the Blue & Gray shared with the University of Virginia.

The meet, a successful one for the Hoya men in the last couple of years, saw a trio of Hoyas among the top 10 with graduate student Michael Clevenger (Decatur, Ill./Douglas MacArthur/Notre Dame) leading the way, clocking 4:03.41. It is the fastest mile by a GU runner this season.

The Hoyas return to competition on Friday and Saturday, February 10-11, when a contingent will travel to the FasTrack National Invitational, held at the OceanBreeze Track & Field Facility on Staten Island, while a smaller group is slated for travel to Ames, Iowa, for the Iowa State Classic on Friday, February 10.

Georgetown Results Among the Top 10
Men's 400-Meter Dash
9. Kenny Rowe, 49.06

Men's Mile
3. Michael Clevenger, 4:03.41
5. Charles Cooper, 4:04.39
10. Spencer Brown, 4:10.67



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