April 9, 2012
Princeton, N.J. -Sophomore Kellen MacDonald registered the eighth fastest 400-meter hurdle time in school history at the Sam Howell Princeton Invitational. The Falmouth, Maine resident was clocked at 54.34, the fastest quarter-mile hurdle time at The Heights in 11 years.
Junior Louis Serafini led Boston College in the 1,500-meter elite competition. The junior's New England qualifier of 3:53.98 paced teammates Jordan Hamm (3:59.58), Jack Linehan (3:59.10) and Collin Fedor (4:02.97) on the run.
Jack Hennessy provided a third New England standard for the Eagles. The sophomore ran a 49.52 in the quarter mile.
The Eagles posted three top 10 finishes in field events. Grad Jon Bogosian tied for second in the high jump, clearing 1.94 meters (6-4.25 ft.). Matthew Adetula took sixth in the long jump, lasting 6.15 meters (20-2.25 ft.). Shane Cranmore heaved the javelin 57.56 meters (188-10.0 ft.) for sixth place.
Freshman Jon Vaughn led BC in the 100 and 200 meter dashes, running 11.18 and 22.56.
Junior Nahed Lakkis
posted the fastest half mile time for the Eagles. The West Roxbury, Mass. native turned in a 1:55.05 clip, taking second in his section. Fedor and Linehan yielded times of 1:55.19 and 1:55.57, respectively.