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Track and Field Resumes Indoor Schedule with Gene Edmonds Cup


Jan. 10, 2014

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The University of Louisville track and field teams are continuing their indoor season this weekend, as the squad heads to the Gene Edmonds Cup on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.

The Cardinals begin competition in the 19th annual event in the Lambert Fieldhouse with field events starting at noon and the running events commencing at 2 p.m. The final event, the men’s 4x400m relay, is scheduled for 5:25 p.m. Along with host Purdue, Louisville is competing against IUPUI.

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To open the meet, the Cardinals will send Chelsea Bingham and Chanel Krause to compete in the pole vault. Krause took fourth in the season opener, with a mark of 3.80m/12-5.50, just shy of cracking the school’s top-five indoor list. Kevin Jackson and Marcus Motill are scheduled to partake in the men’s section.

Also during the early portion of the meet, Louisville’s throwers will be competing in the weight throw and shot put events. Sam Bombaugh captured the weight throw title, and Brad Vivace, who took second in the event, also posted a runner-up finish in the shot put. On the women’s side, Patrice Gates is leading a group of five in the weight throw after taking second to begin the season.

The field events portion of the meet concludes with the jumps group, specifically the long jump, triple jump, and high jump events. Brittany Owens, who won the triple jump competition in the season opener, will participate in both the long jump and triple jump events. International transfer Guillaume Victorin is expected to make his Louisville debut in the long jump. He won two gold medals at the French Junior Championships.

The running events open with the 60m dash and hurdles events. Jermaine Parrish will compete in the men’s 60m, followed by Gwen Shaw and a quartet of women in the 60m hurdles. Shaw was a four-time All-American in high school and won six national medals, including gold at the AAU Club Championships. In the men’s hurdles, record-holder Calvin Arsenault is slated to begin his indoor campaign.

After the men’s and women’s mile events, the sprinters advancing to the finals will begin competition after 3 p.m.

Toward the end of the day, Louisville will send 13 women and four men to take part in the 200m. The final individual races are the 3,000m. Women’s cross country standout Benadate Cheruiyot, who finished fifth at the AAC Championships, is among the Cardinals competing.

Louisville rounds out the meet with the women’s and men’s 4x400m relays.

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Saturday, Jan. 11

Women’s Pole Vault, Noon
Chelsea Bingham, Chanel Krause

Men’s Pole Vault, Noon
Kevin Jackson, Marcus Motill

Men’s Weight Throw, Noon
Sam Bombaugh, Brad Vivace, Isaac Bowling

Women’s Weight Throw, Rolling
Hannah Baker, Patrice Gates, Caitlin Gilmore, Dolly Nyemah, Rachel Serafin

Men’s Shot Put, Rolling
Isaac Bowling, Brad Vivace, Steve Wade

Women’s Shot Put, Rolling
Patrice Gates, Dolly Nyemah, Rachel Serafin, Liberty Slinden

Women’s Long Jump, 12:30 p.m.
Brianne Brown, Kim Cardeiro, Hannah Cox, Brittany Owens, Bre’Yana Wash

Men’s Long Jump, Rolling
Jeron Brown, Guillaume Victorin

Women’s Triple Jump, Rolling
Allison Grewe, Brittany Owens

Women’s High Jump, 1 p.m.
Maggie Gilbertson

Men’s 60m Preliminaries, 2:10 p.m.
Jermaine Parrish

Women’s 60m Hurdles Preliminaries, 2:20 p.m.
Brianne Brown, Kim Cardeiro, Hannah Cox, Alexis Murry, Gwen Shaw

Men’s 60m Hurdles Preliminaries, 2:35 p.m.
Calvin Arsenault, Marcus Motill

Women’s Mile, 2:40 p.m.
Emily Bushey, Kelsey Cramsey, Megan Klein, Michelle Molodynia, Tori Schoettmer

Men’s Mile, 2:50 p.m.
Andrew Stewart

Men’s 60m Finals, 3:25 p.m. (contingent upon advancing)
Jermaine Parrish

Women’s 60m Hurdles Finals, 3:30 p.m. (contingent upon advancing)
Brianne Brown, Kim Cardeiro, Hannah Cox, Alexis Murry, Gwen Shaw

Men’s 60m Hurdles Finals, 3:35 p.m. (contingent upon advancing)
Calvin Arsenault, Marcus Motill

Women’s 800m, 3:40 p.m.
Megan Klein, Michelle Molodynia

Women’s 600m, 4 p.m.
Kelsey Cramsey, Jordan Diaz

Women’s 200m, 4:20 p.m.
Chelsea Bingham, Taylor Bradley, Brianne Brown, Kim Cardeiro, Hannah Cox, La’Bianca Frazier, Zahara Gully, Chanel Krause, Randi Norris, Brittany Owens, Kayla Tyson, Nitaya Walker, Bre’Yana Wash

Men’s 200m, 4:30 p.m.
Jeron Brown, Antoine Keys, Jermaine Parrish, Guillaume Victorin

Women’s 3,000m, 4:40 p.m.
Alex Bunch, Benadate Cheruiyot, Mackenzie Dummer, Maria Frigo, Leah Kiyohara, Claire Noser, Rachel Pease, Kelsi Wermuth

Men’s 3,000m, 4:55 p.m.
Scott Anderson, Japhet Kipkoech, Andrew Stewart, Mattias Wolter

Women’s 4x400m, 5:10 p.m.
Taylor Bradley, Alexis Murry, Randi Norris, Gwen Shaw, La’Bianca Frazier, Zahara Gully, Kayla Tyson, Nitaya Walker, Emily Bushey, Jordan Diaz, Kelsey Cramsey, Michelle Molodynia

Men’s 4x400m, 5:25 p.m.
Calvin Arsenault, Jeron Brown, Antoine Keys, Marcus Motill, Jermaine Parrish



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