BALTIMORE, Md. - Stevenson men's track and field senior Devonte Williams took first-place overall in both the 100 and 200 meter dash amongst Division I, II and III athletes at the Hopkins Invitational.
Williams made his season debut in the 100m dash with a blazing time of 10.73 seconds, which is currently eighth best in all of Division III. In the 200, Williams clocked a 21.66, which is currently fifth best in Division III. Williams has also qualifed for ECAC's in each event.
Freshman Iddriss Iddriss shattered the previous school record in the 800 by almost three seconds with a time of 1:55.37. Iddriss, who finished third amongst DII and III athletes, was just .13 seconds off from qualifying for ECAC's in the event.
In the triple jump, senior Kenneth Scott-Kelow jumped a season-best and ECAC qualifying length of 13.47m, which placed him third overall among DII and III athletes. Sophomore Steven Sneed jumped a 12.94 to take fifth, while junior Adam Diabagate placed seventh with a 12.43. Freshman Izaiah Eaves placed eighth with a 12.32.
Also competing in the 100m dash were sophomores Tylor Bailey and Malcolm Hayward, who finished fifth and seventh overall with times of 11.05 and 11.06 seconds. Bailey ran a 22.52 in the 200 to take seventh overall.
Sophomore Langston Gash clocked a personal-best time in the 1500m run with a 4:00.10, which gave him seventh place overall among DII and III competitors. Sophomore Sam Mercoli ran a season-best 4:03.54.
The Mustangs placed fourth overall in the team standings with 54 points. Rowan took first overall with 200.
Stevenson competes next at the Towson University Invitational on Saturday, April 15.