Blue Hawk Men's Track and Field Compete in Aberdeen, SD

Blue Hawk Men's Track and Field Compete in Aberdeen, SD

ABERDEEN, SD- The Dickinson State University Men's Track & Field team competed in the Northern State University Twilight on Friday.

Complete Results

Cain Boschee placed 3rd in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.03.  Teammate Lewis Dobitz placed 4th in the 100m dash with a season best time of 11.16.

Mason Frank was the top Blue Hawk in the 200 meter dash with a time of 23.44.

Jose Chorro won the 110 meter Hurdles with a time of 14.66; which meets the NAIA National "A" Qualifying Standard for the event.

The Men's 4x100 Meter Relay (consisted of Jose Chorro, Cain Boschee, Lewis Dobitz, Chase Andersen) won the event with a time of 42.53.

The Men's 4x400 Meter Relay (consisted of Lewis Dobitz, Cain Boschee, Josh Reed, Jose Chorro) placed 2nd in the event with a time of 3:22.26.

Zach Girard placed 3rd in the high jump with a mark of 1.78m (5'10").

Jay Liggins was the top Blue Hawk in the Men's Long Jump; placing 3rd with a mark of 6.59m (21'7.5").  Liggins also came back and placed 4th in the Triple Jump with a mark of 13.10m (42'11.75").

Ty Malone placed 2nd in the Shot Put with a mark of 13.98m (45'10.5").

Over the weekend, Tommy Sease competed in the decathlon at the Lyle Hokanson Classic in Fargo, ND; hosted by North Dakota State University.  During the decathlon, Sease had season improvements in both the high jump (1.82m/ 5'11,5") and pole vault (3.70m/ 12'1.5").    Tommy had also won the Decathlon Discus with a mark of 37.10m/ 121'9").  Sease ended the 10 event contest with a total of 6060 points; a personal best for Sease.  His score also will put him at the top of the NAIA National Performance List.

Results (Decathlon)

"Despite having some wind during the meet, we still walked away with some great performances," stated DSU Head Track & Field Coach Chris Creal.  "We had a good amount of season best performances; which is always good to see at this point of the season as it shows training is going in the right direction."  "I am also excited for Abby and Jose for their performances as well as improving their marks for national qualifying time; they have been working hard to make it back to Nationals."