BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan men's and women's track and field teams captured titles Friday in the annual Jasmine Claggett Memorial.
The Bobcats rolled to victory amassing 208.5 points in the 10-team event on the men's side.
Concord was a distant second with 96 while Charleston was third with 85.75 points.
The Bobcat men captured several individual titles on the day.
Sophomore Nicholas Molina led the charge, breaking the 22-year old pole vault record of Bobcat legend Charlie Dodrill.
Molina vaulted 4.60 meters or 15-1 in English measurements. Dodrill, who has enjoyed a long and successful career as a gospel musician, vaulted 15-feet in 1995.
They Lady Bobcats also ran to an impressive victory over nine other teams.
Wesleyan compiled 284.5 points while Charleston was second with 94 and Glenville State was third with 70.
On the women's side, senior Lauren Cvechko was a triple winner (high jump, long jump, and 100 hurdles).
Wesleyan is back in action this weekend, taking a select group to the prestigious Duke Invitational. Several other MEC teams will also be in attendance.
(Photo courtesy of Brian Bergstrom/The Record Delta)