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Men’s track places second

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For the first time since 2004, the Men’s Indoor Track Team placed second and was only two track points away from first place in the indoor CIAA Championship, said Coach Justin Davis. WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina – The Livingstone track and field program wrapped up the Indoor season at the CIAA Indoor Championships, highlighted by the men’s team finishing second and David Bradford being named the Championship MVP for running events. Final Results  “I’m very proud of these ladies for going out and always competing hard. We were light in a lot of areas which sometimes makes it tough to reach that top spot but we look to keep improving our rankings each year.,” said head coach Justin Davis. On the women’s side, Lydia Chapple finished third in the 60-meters with a time of 7:71 and eighth in the 200-meters with a time of 25.80. Chapple collected seven points toward the women’s team score. Charity Collins took sixth in the pentathlon with 2610 points, earning three points for Livingstone. “Our placing does not speak for the efforts that these ladies put forth. Congratulations to the top teams and congrats to all our individual ladies. We are looking forward to our Outdoor season,” said head coach Davis. On the men’s side, Tyler Wagner took third in the 60-meters with a time of 6.96. Wagner finished fifth in the men’s 200-meters with a time of 22.90, collecting a total of 10 points between his events. Keilan Strader finished second in the 200-meters with a time of 22.47. Strader took third in the 400 meters …