The College of Wooster men's and women's track and field teams each stood out in a four-team field to sweep the Kenyon College Spring Invitational on Saturday.
Both teams ran away from its competition. The women totaled 262.5 points, besting Mount Vernon Nazarene's 140.5 second place point total.
The men posted 233 points. Mount Vernon Nazarene was second with 125 points. Denison University and Kenyon finished third and fourth, respectively, in both standings.
Kromer collected her second event win in the pole vault, tying teammate Georgia Hopps-Weber for the honor by reaching a height of 10 feet.
Audrey Cordova ran a 1:09.51 to place first in the 400 hurdles, while Webster crossed second in the 100 hurdles (17.46).
In field events, Webster got in the win column, taking the high jump at five feet and one inch, while Partridge finished second with the same height. Webster also was third in the long jump and second in the javelin.
Finally, Mallory Crane won unopposed with a triple jump of 33 feet, 1.25 inches.
On the men's side, a couple of close races had William McMichael running a 23.45 to win by .04 seconds in the 200 dash. Matt Klonowski won the 800 run in 1:57.09, besting teammate Aedan Pettit by .01 seconds.
Then in a not-so-close race, David Westcott easily won the 5,000 run in 15:06.67.
The 4x100 relay team of Drake Pence, Kristian Coleman, Cam Pollard and Justin Fox won their heat with a time of 43.70 seconds. The 4x400 team of Matthew Olszewski, Myles Parker, Brian Lief and McMichael was just short of a first place time at 3:27.73. First place Mount Vernon Nazarene ran a 3:27.36.
Jack Petrecca won the high jump at six feet. Richie Pajak reached the same height for second place.
Spencer Wilson won the hammer throw at 140 feet, 8 inches. Wilson was second in the shot put (44 feet, 7 inches) and discus throw (132 feet, 4 inches).
The Scots will travel to Denison for its invitational on April 26.