Track and Field
Coach: Mark Staudenmeier
2018 Record: 8-0 in BAL outdoor dual meets
2018 All-League Performers: Tony Carbino (first team All-BAL, 800 and 1600-meter runs); Kevin Trusdell (first team All-BAL, triple jump); Matt Ginnetti (first team All-BAL, pole vault); Jarett Zelinsky, John Horgan, and Mitch Feyl (first team All-BAL 4 x 800-meter relay), John Gasiewski (second team All-BAL, 300-meter hurdles); Jacob McDonald (second team All-BAL, pole vault); Nick Evans (honorable mention All-BAL, pole vault); Nick Polidoro (honorable mention All-BAL, 3200-meter run); Adam Lawall (honorable mention All-BAL, shot put and discus); Matt Spinelli (honorable mention All-BAL, triple jump)
Key Performers Lost to Graduation: Kevin Trusdell, Jarrod Padilla, Sean O’Hara, Ryan Lucas
Key Returning Performers: Tony Carbino, Jarett Zelinsky, Alex Borda, Nick Evans, Mitch Feyl, John Gasiewski, Matt Ginnetti, John Horgan, Adam Lawall, Jacob McDonald, Paul Watkins, Antonio Camacho, Nicholas Polidoro
2019 Season Outlook: The Firebirds figure to remain at the top of the BAL charts this spring. That’s because Mike Meistering’s team returns a slew of all-league performers both on the track in All-BAL runners Tony Carbino and Jarett Zelinsky and All-BAL hurdler John Gasiewski as well as in the field events with pole vaulters Matt Ginnetti, Jacob McDonald, and Nick Evans, and thrower Adam Lawall.