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Men's Outdoor Track and Field

Men's Track & Field Wins Outdoor Star at Home

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Navy track and field teams swept the 2023 Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet on Saturday at Ingram Field.

The two victories earned the Mids two stars in the Army-Navy Star Series, presented by USAA.
The men's team posted a 126-77 victory over the Black Knights. The win is the men's 11th-consecutive and 52nd overall in the series. The 126 points scored by the Mids is their highest point total since 2000. Additionally, the 49-point differential is the second-largest margin of victory for the men in its 96 meetings against Army.  

Navy improved to 13-7 in Star competitions against Army this season. Additionally, the Navy track and field and cross country teams swept all six Star competitions for the second-consecutive season.

Navy won 15 of the 19 events and earned the maximum points in 10 by placing first and second in an event.
Joshua Boamah scored 13 points for Navy in his three events. He placed first in the discus (17.15m / 56' 3.25") and shot put (17.15m / 56' 3.25") to score five points in each event. He added three with a second-place finish in the hammer throw with a mark of 59.95m (196' 8").
Collin Greene placed second in the shot put with a mark of 15.99m (52' 5.5") to earn the Mids the maximum points in the event. David Huizenga did the same in the discus by placing second with a throw of 52.47m (172' 1").
Sam Kwatkosky posted a distance of 59.66m (195' 9") in the hammer throw to score two points with a third-place effort. His third-place finish in the shot put (15.92m / 52' 2.75") gave Navy a 1-2-3 sweep in the event.
Braden Presser won the javelin for the second-straight year, posting a throw of 70.25m (230' 5").
Jordan Payne and Sebasteon Allen combined to help the Mids secure the maximum points in the triple jump. Payne won the event with a jump of 14.52m (47' 7.75") and Allen finished in second place with a mark of 14.18m (46' 6.25").
Aidan Featherby won the long jump with a distance of 6.80m (22' 3.75"). He also placed third in the triple jump with a mark of 13.88m (45' 6.50") to sweep the event for the Mids.
Caden Dailey contributed one point to Navy's score with a fourth-place effort in the long jump (6.62m / 21' 8.75").
Benjemen Schneider and Preston Wilson both recorded a height of 2.03m (6' 8") in the high jump to place second and third, respectively.
Walker Rudisaile (second place) and Jack Haller (third place) each recorded a mark of 4.96m (16' 3.25") in the pole vault.
Both relay teams placed first for Navy. Brahmir Vick, Nathan Kent Sethan Hollier and Dailey (40.55) combined to win the 4x100m relay. Jonathan Simmons, Kent, Mike Quispe and Jacques Guillaume secured the win in the 4x400m relay with a time of 3:11.30.
Vick dominated the 110m hurdles, winning the race with a time of 13.64. Baynes Autrey (14.24) and Jayshon Dubose (14.69) placed second and third overall to give Navy a sweep in the event.
The Mids also swept the 400m hurdles. Levi Knobloch (53.80) and Guillaume (53.41) placed first and second to score eight combined points in the event. Dubose placed third with a time of 56.10.
Guillaume's individual win came in the 400m with a time of 46.70. He contributed 13 points on the day in his three races.
Jonathan Simmons finished .01 seconds behind Guillaume to place second and earn the maximum points for Navy in the 400m.
Kent added a win in the 200m in his first outdoor Star Meet. The freshman clocked in a winning time of 21.16.
Jonah Johnson also made his outdoor Star Meet debut. He finished in second place behind Kent in the 200m (21.27), but recorded the winning time in the 100m (10.67).
Dailey's second-place time of 10.76 in the 100m brought his scoring total to nine points in the meet.
Sethan Hollier placed third in the 100m (10.82) and 200m (21.41) to give Navy a sweep in both events.
Alex Rizzo claimed first place in the 1500m with a time of 3:43.80. Jack Mariano (3:52.60) placed fifth in the event to score an additional point.
Brett Brady won the 3,000m steeplechase with a time of 8:59.04. Ben Countiss took third place in the race with a time of 9:05.27.
Sam Keeny added the final individual victory of the meet with a time of 14:49.63 to win the 5,000m. Murphy Smith placed third in the event with a time of 15:01.98.
Ian Bartlett (1:51.20) and Carson Sloat (1:52.58) did the scoring in the 800m by placing second and third, respectively.