GW Track Concludes Competition at A-10 Championship

Ryan DePinto (middle) was named Atlantic 10 All-Conference for the 1,500-meter run on Sunday at the A-10 Championship.
May 8, 2016

Official Results

FAIRFAX, Va. - George Washington men's track sophomore Ryan DePinto became the first male student-athlete in program history to earn outdoor All-Conference honors as both the men's and women's programs concluded competition at the Atlantic 10 Championship on Sunday afternoon at George Mason Stadium.

DePinto earned All-Conference honors after a sixth-place finish in the 1,500-meter run. He finished in 3:55.91 to pace a trio of Colonials in the field. Sophomore Chris Shaffer finished 15th in 3:59.78, followed by freshman Charles Arnold (4:11.80, 23rd).

Also on the men's side, a trio of student-athletes competed in the 5,000-meter run. Senior Ryan Tucker placed 10th overall with a time of 15:10.66 to lead the Colonials. Junior Seamus Roddy finished in 15:36.55 for 17th place, followed by freshman Andrew Weber (15:40.62, 18th).

On the women's side, junior Macaulay Porter set a new personal record in the 5000m after finishing with a time of 18:16.27. It marked an eight-second improvement on her previous best. Freshman Kelli Stetson also ran in the event, finishing in 19:21.10 (24th place).

Freshman Halley Brown paced a trio of Colonials in the 1500m. Brown finished in 4:48.05 for 19th place, followed by classmate Madison Yerke (4:53.75, 25th) and senior Caroline Wolfe (5:21.79, 31st).



Select student-athletes will continue their outdoor seasons at the IC4A/ECAC Championship, May 13-15, in Princeton, New Jersey.

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