COLUMBUS, Ohio – Capital University's men's track and field team competed in one of the last meets of the indoor season at the Rick Meindl Last Call meet, Saturday afternoon. Another school record was toppled in the field events while the Crusaders competed in a field that included the NAIA Mid-South Conference in an unscored meet.
Junior Logan Allison (Gallipolis, Ohio/Galia Academy) demolished another school record this week taking on the triple jump with a mark of 14.44 meters (47-04). Allison, who had previously elevated to number two on the Capital top 10 list, reset the record that had been standing since 2011 previously held by NCAA qualifier Josh Woods (14.33m).
Sophomore John Seman (Ashland, Ohio/Hillsdale) had a notable mark this week in the high jump clearing the bar at 1.91 meters (6-03). Seman smashed his previous personal record jump of 1.81 meters (5-11) that was set at the OAC South Split meet in January of 2017.
Junior Aaron Fox (Commercial Point, Ohio/Teays Valley) made his distinction in the distance races with a new season best time in the 5,000-meter run of 16:13.06.
Freshman Trevor Collins (Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty) led the Crusaders in the 200-meter dash crossing the line in 22.88 seconds, just shy of a top-three placement on Capital's top 10 list.
Freshman Brandon Copley (Whitehall, Ohio/Whitehall Yearling) made his debut in the 60-meter hurdle, clocking in at the top half of his field in a time of 9.12.
Next week Capital will compete in one of the biggest meets of the season at the Ohio Athletic Conference Indoor Championships that will be held at Lou Higgins Center (Berea, Ohio) on Friday, Feb. 24.