Iddriss broke his own school record in the 800 with a time of 1:54.36, giving him first overall in the event out of a field of 111 runners. Iddriss' time is currently tops in the MAC and third in the Mideast region.
Kulick broke his school mark, that was set earlier this season, in the 3000m Steeplechase with a time of 9:55.55 (8th place). Junior Jackson Morrow set a personal-best in the event with a 9:59.10, which gave him 10th overall. Kulick and Morrow have the second and third best times in the conference.
Freshman Dimeon Wright had a personal-best hop, skip and jump of 13.99 meters in the triple jump, which gave him fourth overall. Wright's performance is currently tops in the conference and sixth in the region. Wright also took 12th in the long jump with a 6.27m leap.
Freshman Clement Onyebadi took sixth in the high jump with a height of 1.90m, matching his personal best.
Junior Langston Gash clocked a season best in the 1500 with a time of 4:00.42, just missing out on his school record which currently sits at 4:00.10. Sophomore Patrick Watson set a new personal mark in the event with a 4:02.64. Gash and Watson's times rank third and seventh in the MAC.
Junior Malcolm Hayward set a new personal best in the 100 with an 11.18, which is currently the fourth-best time in the MAC. Stevenson currently holds three of the top-four times in the conference this season ((2) Belser - 11.00, (3) Davis - 11.07, (4) - Hayward - 11.18).
Stevenson's final tune-up before the MAC Championships will be at the Penn Relays, which begin on Thursday, April 26.