SU Men’s Indoor Track & Field at the 2023 PSAC Championships

The Shippensburg University men’s indoor track & field team is seeking to extend its historic streak of league titles this weekend as it ventures to a familiar destination on Saturday and Sunday for the 2023 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Indoor Track & Field Championships.

The Raiders will be traveling to Bucknell University’s Gerhard Fieldhouse for the fifth time this season, as this is the first time that the PSAC Indoor Track & Field Championships are being held at Bucknell since 2014.

Meet information, including ticket information and an event schedule, is available at the championships home page linked above to the right.

Shippensburg enters with a whopping 36 individuals who have qualified for the conference championships and will be in competition this weekend – virtually its whole roster.

Overall, SU has 30 entries that are currently ranked among the Top 8 individuals in their respective events. The Top 8 finishers in each event will be point scorers toward the team totals.

Of that group includes numerous top seeds — Eric Kirk (Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville Area) in the 60 meters and the 200 meters, Drew Dailey (Phoenix, Md./Dulaney) in the 800 meters, Joey Cintavey (Newark, Del./The Tatnall School) in the 3K, Hayden Hunt (Shippensburg, Pa./Shippensburg Area) in the 5K and Mason Boyd (Macungie, Pa./Emmaus) in the heptathlon.

Among the many exciting competitions this weekend figure to be Dailey battling IUP’s Kendall Branan in the 800 meters – Branan out-dueled Dailey for the title last season – and Mo Whittle (Tobyhanna, Pa./Pocono Mountain West) attempting to defend his long jump title against a field that includes four other men who have surpassed seven meters (23 feet) this season.


Other defending champions include Kirk in the 200 meters, Pat Maloney (Collegeville, Pa./Methacton) in the weight throw and Chayce Macknair (Lewistown, Pa./Mifflin County) in the 3K. Macknair has only recently returned from an injury that sidelined him through the entire 2022 cross country season.

The Raiders will be batting Slippery Rock and a host of other foes in competition as they seek to validate their standing as the top team in the latest edition of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Atlantic Region Rankings.

Shippensburg has won 14 of the 20 PSAC Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championships in history, including 11 consecutive conference titles dating back through 2011.


The Leone Timing crew will be providing live results all weekend long, with the link available at the championships home page linked above. SU Sports Information will be providing in-meet updates as best as possible on social media (follow @ShipURaiders on Twitter and Instagram and follow @shipxctf on Instagram). This year’s championships will not be streamed or broadcast on the PSAC Network. The conference will be providing updates on Twitter (follow @PSACTF).

SU’s 2023 PSAC Championships Accepted Entries:

The following accepted entries reflect where Shippensburg athletes are listed to compete this weekend. Some times are adjusted to reflect track conversions. Relays are not listed; Shippensburg will compete in the 4×400-meter relay (seeded first) and the distance medley relay (seeded first). The finishes for Raiders who have competed in the event previously are listed below their entries.


1. Eric Kirk 6.82

5. Mo Whittle 7.01

T10. Herb Quarterman 7.08

Kirk placed 2nd in 2022 and 6th in 2020; Whittle placed 11th in 2022.


1. Eric Kirk 21.68

4. Quinton Townsend 21.99

10. Teagan Weaver 22.38

Kirk won the event in 2022 and placed 8th in 2020.


3. Quinton Townsend 49.11

4. James Jaisingh 49.30

7. Travis Bigham 49.61

Jaisingh placed 7th in 2022.


1. Drew Dailey 1:49.49

4. Matt Wehrle 1:54.25

7. Chase Hensinger 1:54.68

T11. Ryan Scicchitano 1:57.13

17. Mitchell Brett 1:58.19

Dailey placed 2nd in 2022 and won the event in 2020; Scicchitano placed 5th in 2022.


3. Ian Sherlock 4:14.54

4. Matt Wehrle 4:14.68

8. Ryan Wolfe 4:19.80

14. Brennan Wellock 4:23.29

15. Mitchell Brett 4:23.48

Sherlock placed 9th in 2022.


1. Joey Cintavey 8:28.75

3. Garrett Quinan 8:36.42

4. Ian Sherlock 8:36.99

9. Hayden Hunt 8:46.66

12. Luke Hinegardner 8:47.89

Sherlock placed 14th in 2022; Hunt placed 7th in 2022.


1. Hayden Hunt 14:53.81

6. Garrett Quinan 15:16.04

11. Nathan Harding 15:36.28

13. Alexander Ermold 15:37.51

17. Chayce Macknair 15:39.92

Hunt placed 3rd in 2022; Harding placed 15th in 2022, Macknair won the event in 2022.


7. Jeovaughni Daniel 8.48

16. Ethan Conrad 8.80

18. Robbie Hrabosky II 8.82

Hrabosky II placed 9th in 2022.

High Jump

T3. Kenny Rhyne 6’ 7” (2.01m)

15. Donovan Hart 6’ 1 ¼” (1.86m)

Rhyne placed 4th in 2022 and 7th in 2020.

Pole Vault

6. Robert Lissner 14’ 7 ¼” (4.45m)

Lissner placed 3rd in 2022.

Long Jump

3. Mo Whittle 23’ 11 ½” (7.30m)

14. Teagan Weaver 22’ 3 ½” (6.79m)

Whittle won the event in 2022.

Triple Jump

4. Mo Whittle 45’ 11 ¼” (14.00m)

7. Jacob Cramer 45’ 7 ¼” (13.90m)

12. Darien Ressler 44’ 8 ¾” (13.63m)

14. Jabrie Gaymon 44’ 6 ¼” (13.57m)

Whittle placed 7th in 2022; Cramer placed 8th in 2022.


5. Pat Maloney 53’ 1” (16.18m)

6. Josh Herbster 51’ 0” (15.54m)

10. Alex Kyle 48’ 11 ¾” (14.93m)

Maloney placed 3rd in 2022, 8th in 2020 and 17th in 2019; Herbster placed 10th in 2022 and 11th in 2020.


2. Josh Herbster 61’ 4 ¾” (18.71m)

3. Pat Maloney 59’ 9 ¾” (18.23m)

14. Alex Kyle 48’ 1 ¾” (14.67m)

Herbster placed 2nd in 2022 and 12th in 2020; Maloney won the event in 2022, placed 5th in 2020 and did not place (three fouls) in 2019.


1. Mason Boyd 4794

2. Robert Lissner 4601

9. Ryan Murphy 4088

Boyd placed 3rd in 2022; Lissner placed 2nd in 2022.


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