Woods, Chavis and Gabor Pace Mount Track at the IC4A/ECAC Championships.

Woods, Chavis and Gabor Pace Mount Track at the IC4A/ECAC Championships.

Boston, Mass. (March 4, 2017)--Julian Woods advanced to the finals in the 60m high hurdles, Chris Gabor finished fourth in the heptathlon, and Brenden Chavis finished in sixth place in the weight throw to pace the Mount track and field teams at the ECAC/IC4A Championships today.

Woods advanced to the semifinals with a time of 8.22 seconds in the preliminary round of the 60m hurdles before posting a time of 8.26 seconds to qualify for the finals.  Chavis finished sixth in the weight throw with a mark of 18.32m (60' 1.25").

Christopher Gabor finished in fourth place in the heptathlon with 5,017 points.  He had a time of 7.16 seconds in the 60m dash (826 points), had a long jump of 6.50m (697 points), a mark of 11.62m in the shot put (583 points) and a high jump of 183m (653 points) to tally 2,759 points on the first day.  Today, Gabor posted a time of 8.95 seconds in the 60m hurdles (757 points), a pole vault of 4.55m (775 points) and a time of 2:53.84 in the 1,000m run (726 points).

Brenden Chavis finished sixth in the weight throw with a mark of 18.32m (60' 1.25").  Julian Woods qualified for the semifinals with a time of 8.22 seconds in the 60m hurdles, and he then earned a spot in Sunday's finals with a time of 8.16 seconds in the semifinals.

Kenedi Facey finished 16th in the long jump (5.01m) while Maddie Kole ran a time of 2:17.67 in the prelims of the 800m run.