College Men's 4x100 (Heats)

Event 333Friday 12:35 PM
Nine fastest teams from events #333 qualify for Championship Invitational, Event #461 (Saturday, 1:40 pm). Next eight fastest teams qualify for College Final, Event #460 (Saturday, 1:37 pm). Next eight fastest IC4A teams qualify for IC4A Final, Event #459 (Saturday, 1:35 pm).

Start List

ID School/Affiliation
AA UTech
AB LSU
AC Texas A&M
AD Florida State
AE St. Augustine's
AF Clemson
AG South Carolina
AH Western Kentucky
AI Houston
AJ Auburn
AK Texas
AL Indiana Tech
AM Michigan
AN George Mason
AO Coastal Carolina
AP G.C. Foster
AQ Northeastern
AR Long Island
AS Johnson C. Smith
AU Missouri
AV N.C. State
AW Tennessee
AX Morgan State
AY North Carolina A&T
AZ Buffalo
BA Syracuse
BB Virginia State
BC Albany
BD Delaware State
BE Monmouth
BF UMBC
BG Youngstown State
BH Dartmouth
BI Brown
BJ Army
BK Penn State
BL American Int’l
BM Rowan
BN Widener
BO Montclair State
BP Norfolk State
BQ Queensborough CC
BR Columbia
BS Coll Bahamas
BT So. Connecticut
BU Trinidad & Tobago
BV Gwynedd Mercy
BW Wagner
BX Moravian
BY Liberty
BZ Ramapo
CA Coppin State
CB Boston U
CC Wisconsin
CD Hampton
CE Middle Tennessee
CF East Carolina
CG UConn
CH Duke
CI Navy
CJ Georgia Tech
CK Virginia Union
CL Applachian State
CM Essex CC
CN Pittsburgh
CO Howard
CP Princeton
CQ Oklahoma
CR Savannah State
CS Rutgers
CT Monroe
CU Cornell
CV Yale
CW Maryland
CX Cincinnati
CY Wesley
CZ Harvard
DA Penn
DB Ithaca
DC Central State
DD Queens (N.Y.)
DE Rider
DF Stony Brook
DG Susquehanna
DH Fairleigh Dickinson
DI Lehigh
DJ Kingsborough CC
DK Gettysburg
DL St. Thomas Aquinas
DM Shaw
DN St. Lawrence
DO Merrimack
DP Lincoln
DQ Bowie State
DR Lebanon Valley
DS Farmingdale State
DT College of New Jersey
DU Misericordia
DV California (Pa)
DW Neumann
DX Richard Stockton
DY Franklin Pierce
DZ Bloomsburg
EA Virginia Wesleyan
EB CCNY
EC Chestnut Hill
ED Alfred State
EE Medgar Evers
EF Prince George’s CC
EG Swarthmore
EH Howard CC
EI New Haven
EJ Rutgers/Newark
EK Lehman
Race Preview The University of Technology, located in Kingston, currently has the world’s leading time in the men’s 4x1, 38.23, run in January at the Gibson Relays in Kingston, in a race in which the squad of Andrew Fisher, Julian Forte, Kemarley Brown and Tyquendo Tracey held off the Usain Bolt-anchored Racers TC by .06.

That time is well under the Penn Relays meet record of 38.68, set 14 years ago by TCU. U-Tech just missed that mark a year ago when it won the Relays in 38.71. Fisher, Forte and Tracey all return from that team. For Fisher 2015 will be an attempt to win his third championship in the event, as he was a member of U-Tech’s 2013 winning squad as well. The Jamaican school has now won the 4x1 five times. LSU and TCU have won the most times, nine apiece.

LSU, which last won the 4x1 in 2011, enters this year’s Relays with the #2 domestic college time, 38.93. Coach Dennis Shaver’s squad was a close 2nd a year ago, running 38.83. The Tigers expect to run a lineup of Josh Thompson, Vernon Norwood, Tremayne Acy and Aaron Ernest.

The leading U.S. college entry is Coach Pat Henry’s Texas A&M squad, which won last month’s Texas Relays in 38.91, .02 up on rival LSU. A&M, which last won at Penn in 2010, has not made the final here the past two seasons because of dropped batons in the preliminary round. A&M has a lineup of Devin Jenkins, Shavez Hart, Bralon Taplin and Deon Lendore.

Other leading entries in the event this year include Florida State, led by the national high school record holder in the men’s 100, the freshman Trentavis Friday; Clemson, 5th at Texas Relays and the 1999 champions, and St. Augustine’s, last year’s NCAA Division II champions. Florida State has never won the 4x1 at the Relays.

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