Bears face off at Sykes & Sabock Invitational


Final results

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania –

The Morgan State University men’s track team had a busy day Saturday, competing in the Sykes & Sabock Invitational hosted by Penn State inside the Ashenfelter indoor track.

There were several strong performances from the Sykes & Sabock Invitational, including Kobe-Jordan Rooms’ triple jump performance. He cleared 14.78 meters, earning him a third-place finish.

Emmanuel Ibeh finished eighth in the 200m with a time of 22.11 and also finished ninth in the 400m in 49.54 – both times were personal bests for the junior.

Adrian Holley completed 12and in the 60 meter preliminaries in 6.98, and Devon Bryant (4:29.84) and Nasir Wallace (4:32.90) finished in 33rd and 34and on target.

Zackery Dillon recorded a throw of 15.85 to place ninth in the shot put, while his teammate John Purvis finished with 14and with a draw of 15.54.

Morgan’s quartet Emmanuel Ibeh, Tarique Gooden, Ali Bowen and Duane Kizer placed seventh in the 4×400 meters relay with a time of 3:30.11.

The Bears will participate in the East Coast Invitational next weekend (February 4-5) in Virginia Beach, Va.

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