Leonard-Osbourne Breaks His Own Record

By Pete Colaizzo

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Marist men’s track and field team completed the Penn Relays on Saturday afternoon with multiple strong performances.

Leonard-Osbourne Breaks Record
Sprinter Glenmour Leonard-Osbourne broke his own school record in the 100-meter dash by racing to a time of 10.36 seconds at the Penn Relays, qualifying for the finals, where he placed sixth overall on Saturday afternoon. In the 100 dash finals, he finished with a time of 10.39 seconds, which equaled his previous school record.

On Friday afternoon, Leonard-Osbourne’s time of 10.36 seconds was third fastest of the 29 sprinters, most from national-caliber track programs. In Saturday’s final, his time of 10.39 seconds earned him a sixth-place finish in the college men’s 100-meter dash championship race.

Little Competes in 5,000
On Thursday night, distance runner Ramsey Little competed in the 5,000-meter run, where he placed 60th in a time of 14:42.44. Earlier this season, Little had broken the school record in the event. He also holds the school record in the indoor 5,000.

The Marist Track and Field team will compete in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship in Lawrence Township, New Jersey. The meet is set for May 7-8.

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