Eagles run at Cougar Invitational

Eagles run at Cougar Invitational
April 24, 2009

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The men's track and field team placed seventh, and the women 10th, at the Concordia University Chicago Cougar Invitational. Devin Montgomery placed third in the men's javelin (182'1") and fourth in the discus (141'3") to highlight the Eagles' day. Teammate Andrew Grzywna was fifth in the discus (133'3"). Sophomore Dylan Roff finished third in the 200 meter dash (23.69). Freshman Megan Kunesh was second in the women's 100 meter hurdles (17.30) and was 11th in the 200 meters.


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