Setting the Scene
Colonial Relays
Friday-Saturday, Mar. 31-Apr. 1
Walter J. Zable Stadium – Williamsburg, Va.
Live Results:

About the Bison/Last Time Out
* Bucknell returns to action after opening its outdoor campaign at the Jim Taylor Invitational.
* The Bison won nine events at the meet, including one relay.
* Reggie Harris won two events in his outdoor debut, picking up wins in the long jump and the triple jump.
* Nicholas Lombardo won the high jump, while Will Carter (400m), Maxwell Prizant (pole vault) and Jordan Jackson (1,500m) posted first-place finishes in their respective event.
* Several freshmen impressed in their first outdoor meet as Bison, including Jacob Stupak and Bobby Gablein. Stupak won the 5,000m race, while Bobby Gablein won the 100m.

Quote from Head Coach Kevin Donner
“After spring break and a rust buster at Susquehanna, I consider the Colonial Relays the start of our spring season,” noted Donner. “We have been a staple at this meet for many years and our athletes really enjoy the concept. We are not quite concerned with times and distances just yet, but I am looking to be competitive in the team standings and scoring well as a team.”

Last Year at Colonial Relays
* Bucknell scored in 13 events, finishing third among 44 schools, placing in the top three at the meet for the sixth straight year.
* Lombardo won the individual title in the long jump, while Joseph Breen (shot put) and Ross Pirnie (steeplechase) finished in the top-five of their event.

IC4A Qualifiers
* Joseph Breen (discus)
* Nicholas Lombardo (high jump)
* 4x100 Relay

Up Next
* The Bison return to action Apr. 7-8 for two meets. A group will compete at the Sun Devil Invitational, while another will compete at the George Mason Spring Invite.