ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Navy track and field team posted a pair of dominating victories at the 2022 Patriot League Outdoor Championships on a chilly, rain-soaked weekend at Ingram Field in Annapolis. It is the fourth consecutive season that the Midshipmen have swept the Outdoor Championships.
For the men, it was the ninth outdoor title in program history and the eighth in a row. The victory was the sixth outdoor championship for the women and fourth consecutive title.
With the two track and field conference titles, Navy has now won nine Patriot League Championships during the 2021-22 season, tying for the most titles in a single season with the 2011-12 and 2017-18 seasons. The track and field / cross country program completed its own trifecta, winning the Men’s and Women’s Patriot League Cross Country, Indoor, and Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The men and women both entered the final day of competition in first place. Navy continued to increase its advantage on both sides. The men’s team won by 94 points, while the women claimed a 105.5-point win.
The Navy men finished with a tournament-record 333 points to win, while Army notched 239 points for second place. Boston University took third with 82, while Bucknell (66) and Lehigh (61) rounded out the top five. On the women’s side, the Midshipmen registered the second-most points in Patriot League history, tallying 281.50 points, followed by Army (176) and Boston (129). Bucknell (97.50) and Lehigh (94) rounded out the top five.
Navy won 21 of the 44 combined events over the weekend with the men’s team winning 11 events and the women’s team claiming 10 victories. The Midshipmen tallied 42 total All-Patriot League accolades.
In addition, Miguel Mathias was named Men’s Track Athlete of the Meet, while Jacques Guillaume earned Men’s Rookie of the Meet and Caden Dailey was the Men’s Highest Point Scorer. Katie Halbert earned Women’s Field Athlete of the Meet, while also finishing as the Women’s Highest Point Scorer.
Once again, Director of Navy Track and Field / Cross Country Jamie Cook claimed both the Men’s and Women’s Coach of the Year awards.
Patriot League Major Awards
Patriot League Men’s Coach of the Year: Jamie Cook, Navy
Patriot League Women’s Coach of the Year: Jamie Cook, Navy
Patriot League Men’s Track Athlete of the Meet: Miguel Mathias, Navy, Sr.
Patriot League Women’s Track Athlete of the Meet: Andrea Claeson, Boston University, Sr.
Patriot League Men’s Field Athlete of the Meet: Jamir Gibson, Army, Sr.
Patriot League Women’s Field Athlete of the Meet: Katie Halbert, Navy, Sr.
Patriot League Men’s Rookie of the Meet: Jacques Guillaume, Navy, Fr.
Patriot League Women’s Rookie of the Meet: Emily Fink, Army, Fr.
Patriot League Men’s Highest Point Scorer: Caden Dailey, Navy, Jr.
Patriot League Women’s Highest Point Scorer: Katie Halbert, Navy, Sr.
First Team All-Patriot League (First-Place Finishers)
Ellie Abraham (3,000m Steeplechase)
Baynes Autrey (Decathlon)
Ian Bartlett (4x800m Relay)
Brett Brady (3,000m Steeplechase)
Ashwin Briggs (4x800m Relay)
Sean Casey (4x800m Relay)
Molly Chapman (Triple Jump)
Caden Dailey (100m)
Caden Dailey (4x100m Relay)
Jay Evans (4x100m Relay)
Aidan Featherby (Triple Jump)
Jacques Guillaume (400m)
Katie Halbert (100m Hurdles)
Katie Halbert (4x100m Relay)
Katie Halbert (Long Jump)
Erin Higgins (Heptathlon)
Sethan Hollier (4x100m Relay)
Hannah Lowenstein (High Jump)
Molly Mangan (4x100m Relay)
Miguel Mathias (5,000m)
Miguel Mathias (10,000m)
Breanna Mealer (4x100m Relay)
David Nelsen (4x800m Relay)
Braden Presser (Javelin)
Walker Rudisaile (Pole Vault)
Sabrina Sutter (200m)
Sabrina Sutter (4x100m Relay)
Jadyn Tiracave (Javelin)
Brahmir Vick (4x100m Relay)
Helen West (400m)
Second Team All-Patriot League Second-Place Finishers
Cole Bailey (High Jump)
Joshua Boamah (Shot Put)
Joshua Boamah (Discus)
Winter Boese (3,000m Steeplechase)
Taylor Buchanan (High Jump)
Sean Casey (800m)
Caden Dailey (200m)
Jay Evans (4x400m Relay)
Jacques Guillaume (400m Hurdles)
Jacques Guillaume (4x400m Relay)
Katie Halbert (Heptathlon)
Erin Higgins (4x400m Relay)
Sethan Hollier (4x400m Relay)
Nahshon Houston (Long Jump)
Jacob Jancek (110m Hurdles)
Molly Mangan (100m)
Molly Mangan (200m)
Molly Mangan (4x400m Relay)
Charlene Morke (Pole Vault)
Renny Murphy (Javelin)
Alex Rizzo (1,500m)
Elliot Schultz (3,000m Steeplechase)
Jonathan Simmons (400m)
Jonathan Simmons (4x400m Relay)
Sabrina Sutter (4x400m Relay)
Maddie Warrender (1,500m)
Helen West (4x400m Relay)
Men: 1st – Caden Dailey (10.89); 5th – Sethan Hollier (11.18); 6th – Brahmir Vick (11.43);
Women: 2nd – Molly Mangan (12.27); 4th – Mayu Gayton (12.39); 5th – Sabrina Sutter (12.41);
Men: 2nd – Caden Dailey (22.08); 3rd – Jay Evans (22.14); 4th – Sethan Hollier (22.16);
Women: 1st – Sabrina Sutter (24.56); 2nd – Molly Mangan (24.87); 7th – Helen West (25.76);
Men: 1st – Jacques Guillaume (48.26); 2nd – Jonathan Simmons (48.35);
Women: 1st – Helen West (56.00);
Men: 2nd – Sean Casey (1:53.64); 4th – Ashwin Briggs (1:53.66); 6th – Alex Rizzo (1:54.08);
Women: 4th – Ellie Abraham (2:12.64); 8th – Kayla McGuire (2:15.51); 11th – Kelly Murray (2:18.20);
Men: 2nd – Alex Rizzo (3:50.02); 7th – David Nelsen (3:52.58);
Women: 2nd – Maddie Warrender (4:31.87); 7th – Emily Ettrich (4:37.26); 8th – Emily Boutin (4:40.12);
Men: 1st – Miguel Mathias (14:08.22); 5th – Sam Keeny (14:20.29); 7th – Grant Van Valkenburg (14:27.51); 10th – John Bowers (14:32.92); 17th – Brett Brady (15:00.430; 18th – David Nelsen (15:02.44); 28th – Elliott Schultz (15:14.42);
Women: 5th – Jessica Nangle (16:34.02); 6th – Meghan Sculli (16:42.16); 7th – Winter Boese (16:44.23); 10th – Elizabeth Sullivan (17:00.49); 22nd – Carolyn Thurlby (17:49.04);
Men: 1st – Miguel Mathias (30:20.65); 3rd – Grant Van Valkenburg (30:30.64); 4th – Sam Keeny (30:32.35);
Women: 3rd – Jessica Nangle (34:40.51); 6th – Elizabeth Sullivan (35:16.73); 8th – Meghan Sculli (35:28.60);
110m / 100m Hurdles
Men: 2nd – Jacob Jancek (15.03); 6th – Baynes Autrey (15.66); 8th – Brahmir Vick (16.97);
Women: 1st – Katie Halbert (14.27); 3rd – Lindsay Lewis (14.46);
Men: 2nd – Jacques Guillaume (52.99);
Women: 3rd – Erin Higgins (1:01.15); 6th – Lindsay Lewis (1:04.34);
Men: 1st – Brett Brady (9:05.82); 2nd – Elliott Schultz (9:05.91); 3rd – John Bowers (9:11.85);
Women: 1st – Ellie Abraham (10:28.52); 2nd – Winter Boese (10:28.53); 4th – Carolyn Thurlby (10:53.96);
Men: 1st – Brahmir Vick, Caden Dailey, Sethan Hollier, Jay Evans (41.66);
Women: 1st – Katie Halbert, Breanna Mealer, Molly Mangan, Sabrina Sutter (47.00);
Men: 2nd – Jonathan Simmons, Sethan Hollier, Jay Evans, Jacques Guillaume (3:17.10);
Women: 2nd – Helen West, Sabrina Sutter, Erin Higgins, Molly Mangan (3:50.06);
Men: 1st – David Nelsen, Ian Bartlett, Sean Casey, Ashwin Briggs (7:30.13);
Women: 3rd – Maddie Warrender, Emily Ettrich, Kelly Murray, Kayla McGuire (9:05.57);
Men: 2nd – Cole Bailey (2.07m / 6-09.50); 4th – Spencer Eves (1.97m / 6-05.50); 5th – Preston Wilson (1.97m / 6-05.50);
Women: 1st – Hannah Lowenstein (1.77m / 5-09.75); 2nd – Taylor Buchanan (1.68m / 5-06.00); 4th – Molly Chapman (1.68m / 5-06.00);
Men: 1st – Walker Rudisaile (5.18m / 17-00.00); 3rd – Charles Dever (5.03m / 16-06.00); 4th – Charles Crispi (5.03m / 16-06.00);
Women: 2nd – Charlene Morke (3.94m / 12-11.00); 4th – Stephanie Jacobs (3.79m / 12-05.25); 5th – Briana Green (3.64m / 11-11.25);
Men: 2nd – Nahshon Houston (7.15m / 23-05.50); 3rd – Aidan Featherby (7.12m / 23-04.50); 4th – Caden Dailey (7.09m / 23-03.25); 9th – Jordan Payne (6.74m / 22-01.50); 10th – Cole Bailey (6.72m / 22-00.75); 15th – Joe Hurt (6.34m / 20-09.75);
Women: 1st – Katie Halbert (5.74m / 18-10.00); 4th – Breanna Mealer (5.56m / 18-03.00); 5th – Sami Bollinger (5.55m / 18-02.50); 6th – Sabrina Sutter (5.53m / 18-01.75); 8th – Giulia Mesa (5.50m / 18-00.50); 18th – Lindsay Lewis (5.21m / 17-01.25);
Men: 1st – Aidan Featherby (14.81m / 48-07.25); 2nd – Jordan Payne (14.77m / 48-05.50); 4th – Joe Hurt (14.03m / 46-00.50); 12th – Nahshon Houston (13.02m / 42-08.75);
Women: 1st – Molly Chapman (12.21m / 40-00.75); 7th – Giulia Mesa (11.75m / 38-06.75); 11th – Sami Bollinger (11.50m / 37-08.75); 16th – Breanna Mealer (11.15m / 36-07.00);
Men: 2nd – Joshua Boamah (17.02m / 55-10.25); 11th – David Huizenga (14.63m / 48-00.00);
Women: 9th – Autumn Nicholas (12.12m / 39-09.25); 10th – Jordynn Hutchinson (11.96m / 39-03.00);
Men: 2nd – Joshua Boamah (50.58m / 165-11); 3rd – David Huizenga (49.60m / 162-09); 5th – Dane Vernor (45.30m / 148-07);
Women: 6th – Jordynn Hutchinson (41.29m / 135-05); 10th – Autumn Nicholas (38.55m / 126-06);
Men: 3rd – Joshua Boamah (58.57m / 192-02); 9th – Dane Vernor (53.77m / 176-05); 10th – David Huizenga (51.17m / 167-10);
Women: 5th – Autumn Nicholas (53.55m / 175-08); 16th – Jordynn Hutchinson (41.83m / 137-03);
Men: 1st – Braden Presser (69.46m / 227-11); 3rd – Hayden Fox (65.18m / 213-10);
Women: 1st – Jadyn Tiracave (44.87m / 147-02); 2nd – Renny Murphy (42.75m / 140-03);
Decathlon / Heptathlon
Men: 1st – Baynes Autrey (6,684); 3rd – Jacob Jancek (6,446); 11th – Ryder Yriarte (4,847);
Women: 1st – Erin Higgins (5,090); 2nd – Katie Halbert (4,946); 3rd – Annie Taylor (4,613); 4th – Sabrina Sokol (4,555);