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COLUMBUS, Ohio The Ohio State men’s track and field team completed action at the Sea Ray Relays in Knoxville Tenn., and at the 29th Angel Track Classic in Tempe Ariz., on Saturday.

For the second-straight week senior David Ebersole hit a personal best in the hammer throw. Ebersole went over 205 feet for the second-consecutive week with his toss of 208 feet, 7 inches. Ebersole was third among collegiate finishers and seventh overall.

In the javelin throw open Bryan Bunnell went over 200 feet for the first time in his career with a toss of 205 feet 10 inches to finish second. Patrick Filipi was third in the javelin with his mark of 194 feet, 4 inches.

Patrick Whalen, who currently hold the seventh best shot toss in the county, took fourth in the shot put invitational with a toss of 57 feet, 7 3/4 inches.  

Leading the Buckeyes on the track was senior Anthony Cole with a season best time in the 200-meter dash of 21.17 to earn ninth place. Junior Elon Simms took sixth place in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 52.99. In the 4×200-meter relay the team of Anthony Cole, Matt Comer Curtis Leuenberger and James Manley took second with a time of 1:25.93.

At the Angel Track Classic on the campus of Arizona State Jake Edwards led the way with a win in the 1,500-meter in a time of 3:50.80. Daniel White took sixth in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:52.65. In the 3,000-meter steeplechase Adam Green took sixth with a time of 9:10.10.

Up next the Buckeyes will head to Cincinnati, Ohio, for the All-Ohio Championships on April 18-19 on the campus of the University of Cincinnati.