NEWARK, Del. – The Wesley College men's track & field team showed off their might at the Delaware Open, hosted by the University of Delaware.
Wesley ran away from the pack in the meet, winning with a team score of 228.50, 155.5 points from the second-place team.
The Wesley men won seven events and collected 31 top-5 finishes. TySean Cousar paced the men's team with two wins He won the 200-meter dash with a time of 21.94 seconds and the 400-meter dash with a time of 49.27 seconds.
Also on the track, Greg Taylor picked up a win in the 100-meter dash. Taylor clocked in at 10.75 seconds. Aaron Gaither (11.10), John Castro (11.16) and Christian Saulsbury (11.27) all qualified for the finals.
Dominic McAnulty placed second right behind Cousar in the 200 with a time of 22.40 seconds. Taylor (22.71), Jyree Smiley (23.21), Jordan Dillard (23.85) and Castro (23.90) all placed in the top-eight in the 200 meters. John Heriot finished second behind Cousar in the 400-meter dash, crossing the line in 50.70 seconds.
Anthony Anastasi and Will Johnson placed third in their respective events. Anastasi finished in 4:30,53 in the 1,500 meters while Johnson clocked in at 1:00.15 in the 400-meter hurdles. Freeman placed fourth in the 400 hurdles (1:03.14) and Anastasi was eighth (1:06.51).
In the field, Tre' Johnson pushed his winning streak to four in the triple jump with a leap of 14.38 meters (47-2.25). Myles Toppin won the long jump with a mark of 6.25 meters (20-6.25) while O'Ryan Turner earned gold in the high jump, clearing 1.85 meters (6-0.75). Turner also placed second in the triple jump (12.93m, 42-5.25) and third in the long jump (5.82m, 19-1.25). Toppin finished in fourth in the high jump (1.77m, 5-9.75).
Daquay Harris-Winbush placed second in the long jump with a leap of 6.23 meters (20-5.25).
Justin Cowgill earned silver in the javelin with a mark of 44.36 meters (145-6) and bronze in the high jump, clearing 1.81 meters (5-11.25). Camal Brown recorded a second-place finish in the shot put with a heave of 13.22 meters (43-4.5). Alex Meza was fourth in the javelin throw (35.43m, 116-3).
The Wolverines will now prepare for the two-day Capital Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships, which start on Friday, May 4. The meet is hosted by Salisbury University.