Cyclone men continue to win on track


Iowa State junior Derek Jones warms up before the 400-meter hurdle at Drake Relays on April 30.

Mike Burvee

The Iowa State men’s track and field team picked up where it left off during day two at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational in Iowa City on Saturday.

Logan Schneider and Elijah Young competed in the 60-meter hurdles, both setting personal records and reaching the finals. In the finals, Schneider ran a time of 8.07, taking third place while Young took fourth with 8.12.

In the 60-meter dash Trevor Ryen finished in 11th place with a time of 7.01, a personal record.

Next up was the 400-meter dash, featuring Derek Jones. He finished in second place with a time of 48.83 seconds. 

Following Jones was Dan Curts and Zach Black, who took part in the 800-meter run. Curts took second place with a time of 1:52.64. Black was close behind with a time of 1:52.86, placing in third. 

The next two events were long distance runs consisting of the 3k and mile. 

Sam Clausnitzer represented the Cyclones in the 3k and finished in seventh place with a time of 8:30.94.

Toby Hardwick brought home another win in the mile with a time of 4:12.84. Greyson Dolezal also competed and finished in third crossing the line with 4:18.55.

The final event for the men was the 4×400, which consisted of two teams. Will Seeser, Young, Finn Hoogensen and Jones combined to finish with a time of 3:17.05. 

The other team of Eric Fogltanz, Ben Kelly, Roshon Roomes and Jaymes Dennison finished in first place with a time of 3:09.30.