Barlow wins 3,000, Covile takes second in high jump for CU men
Monday, February 19, 2018
Barlow wins 3,000, Covile takes second in high jump for CU men
Freshman Joel Barlow won the 3,000-meters, was seventh in the mile run and anchored the winning DMR in the Mid-South Conference Championships. (Credit Michael Wade Photography)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Freshman Joel Barlow won the 3,000-meters, freshman David Covile took second in the high jump and sophomore Jordan Hill placed third in the 800-meters for Cumberland men’s track and field over the weekend in the Mid-South Conference Indoor Championships in Columbus, Ohio.

Barlow posted a winning time of 8:53.94 in the 3000 for the Phoenix and was seventh in the mile run in 4:33.79. He also anchored the winning distance medley relay team of Jerry Rojas, Orlando Nawade, Hill and Barlow, which finished in 10:54.99.

Covile cleared 6-3.25 for second place in the high jump and Dylon Dishman was fourth with a mark of 6-1.5. Sophomore Ishmael Arnold finished seventh in the long jump with a mark of 21-1.25 while Scott was third in the weight throw (46-4) and seventh in the shot put (43-4).

Elsewhere for the men, freshman Tyler Williams placed fourth in the 60-meters in 7.03 and was fourth in the 200-meters in 22.69. Sophomore Donta Bertrand finished eighth in both events with times of 7.21 and 23.06.

Arnold was sixth in the 400-meters in 52.18 and sophomore Hill placed third in the 800-meters in 2:00.67. Freshman Parker Kuchek finished eighth in the 60-meter hurdles and the men’s 4x400-meter relay of Travon Wimley, Bertrand, Hill and Arnold was third in 3:30.88.