April 26, 2003
PHILADELPHIA, Penn. – The 108th running of the historic Penn Relays came to a close on Saturday afternoon with Florida State competing in three events on the final day of competition. Senior Josh Bowling was the Seminoles’ top performer finishing third in the men’s hammer competition. The Tallahassee, FL native established a regional qualifying mark of 187′ 6″ (57.17m), his third best throw of the season.
The men’s 4x800m relay team of Giscard Titus, Phillip Daniels, Maarten van den Heuvel and Sean Campbell recorded a season best time of 7:27.03. That time was good for a seventh place finish for the Garnet and Gold.
Junior Danyne Brown competed in his second event at the Penn Relays on Saturday, running in the men’s 400m hurdles. He went on to finish in 16th place out of 57 total participants. Brown ran in a time 51.98, meeting the NCAA East Regional qualifying standard.
The Florida State track and field team will return home and prepare for next weekend’s meets. The Seminoles are scheduled to participate in the Georgia Invitational, while some members of the men’s squad will travel to the southwest to compete at the Texas Invite, on Saturday, May 3rd. Sunday’s schedule of events will find some members of the women’s team down in Gainesville competing in the UF Quad Meet.
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