LAKEWOOD, N.J. – Franklin & Marshall sent a limited number of athletes to Georgian Court on Friday, looking to improve on season bests heading into further postseason competition after last weekend's Centennial Conference (CC) Championships.
-Logan Lewis topped the field in the shot put, posting a distance of 15.66 meters (51'-4.5"). He was not able to improve on his season best of 16.03 meters (52' 7.25"), but remains on the cusp of qualifying for the NCAA Championships with the 18th-best effort in the nation this season. Ramon Williams also competed in the event, taking fifth with a mark of 11.96 meters (39'-3").
-Tanner Erisman did record a season's-best effort on the day, taking second in the javelin with a distance of 57.34 meters (188'-1"). That effort is the 29th-best in Division III this year, but likely leaves him barely on the outside looking in on an NCAA berth.
-Ryan Kozloski uncorked a solid throw of his own in the javelin, taking fourth with a distance of 54.85 m (179'-11"), just shy of his season-best effort of 55.92 meters (183' 5").
- Lewis just missed improving his mark in the discus, taking third with a distance of 45.28 m (148'-7").
-Spencer Lyman represented the Diplomats on the track, taking second with a time of 4:07.01.
For those that qualify, the NCAA Championships will take place from May 25-27 in Geneva, Ohio.