NEW LONDON, Conn. – Coast Guard wrapped up their fourth straight Superintendent's Trophy as the men's track & field team took down rival Merchant Marine 102-47.
Combined with the women's victory, the Bears keep the trophy at the Academy once again winning 9.5-3.5.
Bringing home first place finishes for Coast Guard in the throws was junior Jacob Pawlin in javelin (166-03), sophomore Ben Zarlengo in the hammer (160-00) and junior Justin Jezuit in the discus (131-01).
In the sprints, Senior Raeford Penny crossed the line in 11.27 in the 100 followed up by sophomore Miguel Moroles in the 400 in 51.44. Senior Luke Rehfuss was the top finisher in the 400 hurdles in 58.33.
Winning the 5K for Coast Guard was junior Colton Atkinson crossing the line in 15:23.50.
The Bears took the 4x100 (Penny, junior Michael Bishop, Moroles and Pawlina - 43.22) while the distance crew of Atkinson, freshman Logan Bonner, junior Ryan Brumm and senior Ryan Condon won the 4x400 in 3:40.64.
Coast Guard is back in action this weekend at the Silfen Invitational hosted by Conn. College. Events start Friday night.