Women's Complete Results
Men's Complete Results
Championship Photo Album
2010 Indoor Track and Field All Conference Team
Mass. - The University at Albany dominated the field
as the women's team captured their first America East Indoor Track and Field
title this weekend with 168.50 points, dethroning reigning champion Boston
University. The Great Dane men also claimed victory by capturing their fifth
consecutive title with 205 points.
Boston U. placed second in the women's competition
with 162 points followed by University of New Hampshire (107.50 points) in
third. University of Maine (106) and UMBC (67) placed fourth and fifth,
respectively. Finishing sixth through
ninth were University of Vermont (60), Binghamton University (53), Stony Brook
University (34) and University of Hartford (21).
Coming in as runners up on the men's side was Binghamton
University with 138 points while UMBC (97 points) finished in third. University
of New Hampshire (89) and Boston U. (88) finished in a close fourth and fifth,
respectively, followed by University of Maine (84), Stony Brook University
(35), University of Vermont (29) and University of Hartford (13).
On the women's side, senior Fey Adaramola (Bronx, N.Y./Trevor/Central Florida) led the
Great Dane women to victory. Claiming titles in the 55m dash and the 200m and
anchoring Albany's 4x400 relay, Adaramola earned the Most Outstanding Track
Boston U. freshmen Nikko Brady (New Castle, Del.) and Allison Barwise (Orange, Conn.) each claimed titles at the
meet, leading the Terriers to a second-place finish. Brady, who won the Most
Outstanding Rookie award, won the women's long jump on Friday and claimed her
second title of the meet on Saturday in the 55m hurdles. Barwise captured 22
points at the meet, which included the women's pentathlon title, en route to
earning the Coaches' Award for Most Points Compiled by a Female Athlete at the
Maine sophomore Jesse Labreck (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee) continued her dominance in
the high jump this season, tying the America East record with a winning mark of
1.73m. With this, Labreck captured the women's Most Outstanding Field Performer
Albany claimed its fifth straight men's title
with a winning performance from senior Allie Beauvais (Hempstead, N.Y./Hempstead/Lincoln (Mo.), who
broke the America East Record in the men's 500 dash. Great Dane freshman Jonathan Santana (Rochester, N.Y./Edison Tech) earned
the Most Outstanding Rookie award with a third-place finish in the 400m.
Binghamton junior Cazal Arnett (Queens, N.Y./Christ the King) was
crowned the Most Outstanding Track Performer after winning the 200, 400 and
4x400 relay. With the wins in the dashes,
Arnett also earned the Coaches' Award for the Most Points Compiled By a Male
Athlete at the meet.
The Albany coaching staff captured the Coaching
Staff of the Year award for both the men's and women's squads.
New Hampshire senior Brice Paey (Milton, N.H./St. Thomas) claimed
the men's Most Outstanding Field Performer award after breaking his own America
East record in the shot
put. Paey won the title with a toss of 17.69m.