Mann Leads Four ‘Roo Champions With 4th Fastest Time In School History In 1,500
UMKC Athletics 5-5-2013
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(Kansas City, Mo.) – Dan Mann finished the 1,500 meter run in a time of 3:51.47, the fourth fastest time in school history, to finish as one of four Kangaroo champions at the Saluki Open in Carbondale, Ill.

Kansas City’s three other titles came on the women’s side, as Stephany Johnson finished first in the triple jump with a mark of 12.21 meters, Jylian Jaloma won the 1,500 meter run in a time of 4:45.28 and Angel Gannon claimed the title in the 800 meter run in a time of 2:16.44.

In the 800 meter run, a pair of ‘Roos notched personal bests with Luke Abouhalkah placing second in a time of 1:59.88 and Florence Osei finishing third with a time of 2:24.32.

Jason Martin, meanwhile, recorded a personal best in the long jump with a mark of 6.89 meters to finish fourth, while Rich McCoy placed second with a jump of 7.23 meters.

In the 1,500 meter run, Taylor Wardall finished second behind Mann with a time of 3:57.76, while Siara Stahl finished third on the women’s side in a time of 4:53.57.

Coming Up for the Kangaroos…

Next week the Kangaroos will head to Muncie, Ind., on the campus of Ball State for The Summit League Championships on May 9-11.


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