Rapids, Mich.) Going into the final qualifying week of the Outdoor Track &
Field season, the Cornerstone men had already earned their spots for the NAIA
National Championships. The Aquinas
Twilight Meet offered a chance get in a few more events.
Schroeder capped his season in the long jump with a personal best. His fourth
place leap of 21' 10" added over three inches to what he did one week earlier
at the WHAC Championships.
led off the 4 x 100 meter relay for the final time in 2012, combining with Zach
Yeo, Ryan Versen and Jeshurun Washington for another fourth place finish in
and Washington finished 2-3-6 in the 200 meters with Ryan clocking 22.23 to
Zach's 22.34 and Jeshurun's 22.91
joined Ryan and Zach for a 1-3 sweep of the 400 meters with Versen taking the
win in 48.67 followed by Yeo in 49.3 and Adam in 51.56.
In the pole
vault, Logan Norton took third, clearing 14' 5.25".