Recent Men's Track & Field Headlines
Rio's Floyd Lowry won the Decathlon at Saturday's All-Ohio Championships in Oxford
Rio's Floyd Lowry won the Decathlon at Saturday's All-Ohio Championships in Oxford
Sun, Apr. 12, 2015 - [Men's Track & Field]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    OXFORD, Ohio - Floyd Lowry gave the University of Rio Grande men's track & field team its first-ever individual title at the All-Ohio Championship, taking the top spot in the Decathlon at the two-day meet, which concluded Saturday at Miami University's Ryder Track.
    Lowry, a sophomore from St. Paris, Ohio, tallied 5,594 points to capture first place in the 10-event competition.
    Lowry placed first in the 1,500-meter run, the 110-meter hurdles and the discus throw, while placing second in the 400-meter dash, pole vault and javelin throw, third in the high jump, long jump and shot put and fourth in the 100-meter dash.
    Lowry's effort helped lead the RedStorm to a seventh place finish among the 14 teams competing - half of which were NCAA Division I institutions.

Rio's Alex Presley prepares to let go of the discus during Saturday's Shamrock Invitational
Rio's Alex Presley prepares to let go of the discus during Saturday's Shamrock Invitational
Sun, Mar. 22, 2015 - [Men's Track & Field]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    CONWAY, S.C. - One University of Rio Grande athlete punched his ticket to the NAIA National Championship later this Spring, while another went a long way toward doing the same while representing the RedStorm men in the Shamrock Invitational, which closed out its three-day schedule on Saturday at Coastal Carolina University's Doug Shaw Stadium.
    Sophomore Alex Presley (Zanesville, OH) surpassed the "A" qualifying standard in the discus throw of 48.00 meters for the national meet with a toss of 50.95 meters - or just over 167 feet- to take fourth place. The Ohio Wesleyan University transfer was the only non-NCAA Division I athlete to finish in the top five at the meet and his heave currently ranks as the top mark in the NAIA thus far in outdoor competition.

Sat, Mar. 14, 2015 - [Men's Track & Field]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    CONWAY, S.C. - Ryan Roe's second place tie in the high jump gave the University of Rio Grande men's track & field squad its best finish of the weekend at the Coastal Carolina University Invitational, which wrapped up its two-day run on Saturday at Doug Shaw Stadium.
    Roe, a freshman from Blue Creek, Ohio, cleared 5-10.00 in the finals and tied NCAA Division I Liberty University's Darrel Jones for second place. Kentucky State University's Dominick Turner took top honors with an effort of 6-00.00.
    Seven other individuals and one relay team among those representing the RedStorm also recorded top 10 finishes in their respective events.

Freshman Jordon Cummings finished 10th in the men's high jump at the NAIA Indoor Nationals
Freshman Jordon Cummings finished 10th in the men's high jump at the NAIA Indoor Nationals
Sun, Mar. 8, 2015 - [Track & Field]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    GENEVA, Ohio - University of Rio Grande freshman Jordon Cummings managed a top 10 finish in the men's high jump, giving the RedStorm their best finish of the weekend at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championship hosted by Spire Institute.
    Cummings, a native of Columbus, Ohio, cleared 2.01 meters to finish 10th and narrowly miss earning All-American status, which was awarded to the top eight individuals in each event. Davenport University's Tori Brooks took first place with an effort of 2.16m.

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Thu, Mar. 5, 2015 - [Track & Field]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - Five athletes representing the University of Rio Grande will be among those participating in the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships, this weekend, at Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio.
    Three men and two women will represent the RedStorm at the meet, which began on Thursday and continues through Saturday.

Rio Grande's Floyd Lowry set a new school record and three personal-bests at Purdue University on Friday
Rio Grande's Floyd Lowry set a new school record and three personal-bests at Purdue University on Friday
Mon, Feb. 16, 2015 - [Men's Indoor Track & Field]

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    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - Floyd Lowry set a new school record in the Heptathlon and established new personal-bests in three other events to lead the University of Rio Grande men's track and field team at a pair of meets last weekend.
    Lowry, a sophomore from St. Paris, Ohio, tallied a personal-best and school record 4,169 points in the Heptathlon for an overall finish of fourth place at the Fred Wilt Invitational hosted by Purdue University, last Friday, in West Lafayette, Ind.
    As part of the seven events to decide an overall winner, Lowry also set new personal records in the 1,000-meter run, shot put and high jump. He had the fastest time in the 1,000 with a mark of 2:51.28, was fifth in the shot put with a heave of 10.22m and also placed fifth in the high jump after clearing 1.81m.