Allison Named OAC Field Athlete of the Year at OAC Championships

Pictured: Logan Allison (credit: Capital University Athletics, Amber Thomas)
Pictured: Logan Allison (credit: Capital University Athletics, Amber Thomas)

NEW CONCORD, Ohio – Capital University Men's Track & Field closed out its season following day two of the Ohio Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the Johnson Family Track, Saturday evening. Capital faced rain and wind but exited with an eighth-place finish with 30.5 points. Logan Allison continued to add to his trophy case after becoming an OAC champion once again, and being named Field Athlete of the Year.  

All-American Logan Allison (Gallipolis, Ohio/Gallia Academy) wrapped up his OAC Championship weekend with a victory in the triple jump behind a leap of 14.36 meters (47-01). He added toward the team's score in the high jump, placing eighth (1.90m, 6-02). Allison complied 19 points for Capital earning not only two more All-OAC honors but was also named OAC Field Athlete of the Year.

Freshman Trevor Collins (Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty) kept the ball rolling in day two of the OAC Championship by picking up his first All-OAC outdoor accolade with a third-place time in the 200-meter dash (21.98).

The 4x400 meter relay team posted a seventh-place finish, clocking in at 3:24.92. The team included junior Nicholas Santos (Annandale, Virginia / Falls Church), junior Mason Trezise (Eagar, Arizona / Round Valley), freshman Jonathan Skeens (Wheeling, West Virginia/ Wheeling Park), and freshman Corbin Brown (East Sparta, Ohio / Sandy Valley).

The throws group also had some highlights with junior Colby Owen (Perryville, Maryland / Perryville) placing eighth in the weight throw with a toss of 47.72 meters (156-06). Senior Fraser Smith (Hilliard, Ohio / Hilliard Bradley) grabbed the last spot in the shot put final with a throw of 13.50 meters (44-03), adding a new outdoor personal record.

Taking first place in the team standings this year was the University of Mount Union with 272 points. Ohio Northern University pulled out a second-place finish with 124.5 points, and John Carroll University (97) rounded out the top of the championship competition.