Buckhannon, W.Va. -- West Virginia Wesleyan captured 17 individual event victories Friday afternoon in the annual Bobcat Classic. It was also the last college track meet that was held at Cebe Ross Field before renovation. In the four-team meet, Wesleyan hosted Charleston, Concord, and Glenville.
For the men, Tavaris Anderson captured victories in both the long jump (6.55) and the triple jump (14.09). Winning single events were Mark Schiffour in the 400 (51.97), Aaron Estep in the 1500 (4:12.95), Niles Dailey in the 110-hurdles (15.54), Alan Crise in the 400-hurdles (56.02), Hunter LeMasters in the pole vault (4.27), Nick Moorhead in the shot put (14.82) and Tyler Donati in the javelin (57.49).
On the women's side, Teal Jackson was a double winner, taking the 400 (58.33) and the 200 (25.39). Her 200 time was a WVWC school record. Also taking individual wins were Racheal Hulett (4:53.03), Vickie Crise in the 100-hurdles (15.50), Lindsey Williams in the 400-hurdles (70.77), Jordan Tate in the high jump (1.63), Taylor Jack in the pole vault (2.59), and Rachel DeMaria in the javelin (35.98).
Wesleyan is back in action next week at the inaugural MEC Multi Championships.