GENESEO, N.Y. - The SUNY Geneseo men's and women's track & field teams competed in a modified intra-squad meet on Saturday, with the Geneseo Grey edging the Geneseo Blue, 321-307.
Senior Matt Sayre highlighted the event with a win in the 5000, crossing the finish in 14:26.22 to set a facility record and notch the fifth-fastest time in school history. Sophomore Jason Rappazzo swept the sprints, taking first in the 100, 200 and teaming with John Goldzser, Lance Jensen and Kieran Sheridan to win the 4x400. Rappazzo tallied the fifth-fastest 100 time in school history (11.04) and the seventh-fastest mark in the 200 (22.27).
Sophomore Greg Cole-Allen took first in the shot put with the fifth-best mark in program history, tossing the shot 13.99m (45'10.75"). He also added a first place finish in the hammer throw, hurling it 44.01m (144'5").
Junior Josh Feldberg earned a first-place finish in the triple jump, leaping 14.41m (47'3.5"), good for third all-time in Geneseo program history and just five centimeters off of the facility record. Feldberg also took first in the long jump, leaping 6.69m (21'11.5").
On the women's side, junior Emily Lavarnway finished first in the 100 with a time of 12.63 and added a first-place finish in the 60 hurdles (8.96).
Junior Aya Machida took first in the javelin throw with a 31.75m (104'2") heave, the third-longest javelin throw in program history.
Senior Roisin O'Neill finished first in the 1000 (3:03.94) while senior Emily Pomainville took first in the 5000 (17:50.15).
Saturday's culminating meet wrapped up the Knights' fall intra-squad competition, lifting the Grey team to a 716-714 composite score victory over the Blue team.
The Knights' indoor track & field schedule has been cancelled, however the teams will still train and prepare throughout the winter for a potential spring outdoor season.