Women Win, Men Place Second at Thomas College Invitational

Women Win, Men Place Second at Thomas College Invitational

WATERVILLE, Maine – The Saint Joseph's College women finished first and the SJC men placed second in the Thomas College Invitational, which was held at Colby College on Sunday.


  • Freshman Troy Hendricks (Hiram, Maine) won the 5000-Meter run with a 16:19.45 time
  • Sophomore Anthony Blatus (Dracut, Mass.) won the javelin throw (52.25m)
  • Senior Marshall Berninghausen (Brasher Falls, N.Y.) won the hammer throw (44.61m) and placed fourth in the javelin throw (43.19m)
  • Sophomore Lance Santeusanio III (North Berwick, Maine) won the long jump (6.11m), finished second in the high jump (1.80m) and third in the pole vault 3.05m
  • Freshman Michael Brooks (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) placed second in the 5000-Meter run (16:39.87)
  • Sophomore William Blagys (Fairfield, Conn.) placed second in the hammer throw (37.90m)
  • Sophomore Brandon Whitlock (Westbrook, Maine) placed fourth in the 800-Meter run (2:12.22)
  • Junior Ben Plante (Biddeford, Maine) was fifth in the 5000-Meter run (18:35.12)
  • Sophomore Kristopher Mason (Hiram, Maine) finished third in the discus throw (33.68m)
  • Michael Mason (East Bridgewater, Mass.), Santeusanio, Whitlock, and Alex Fitzgerald (Lebanon, Maine) finished second in the 4x400 meter relay (3:39.04)


  • Senior Sarah Curtin (Strafford, N.H.) won the 800-Meter run (2:37.37) and placed third in the pole vault (2.00m)
  • Senior Alysha Smith (Jaffrey, N.H.) won the high jump (1.45m)
  • Freshman Samantha VanDeMoere won the 400-Meter dash (1:03.76)
  • Freshman Julia Heroux (Albion, R.I.) won the 1500-Meter run (5:33.40)
  • Junior Lillian Bisset (Jefferson, Maine) won the 100-Meter hurdles (17.59) and long jump (4.73m) events
  • Sophomore Marissa Hoffman (Waterbury, Vt.) won the 400-Meter hurdles (1:15.96) and placed third in the long jump (4.34m)
  • Freshman Kaylee Todisco (Wilmington, Mass.) placed second in the 100-Meter dash (13.40) and third in the 200-Meter dash (28.30)
  • Freshman Dorothy LeMoine (Swan's Island, Maine) placed second in the shot put (10.07m) and javelin throw (25.70m) and fifth in the discus throw (26.14m) and hammer throw (26.50m) events
  • Sophomore Cassidy Lee (Sullivan, Maine) was second in the triple jump (8.81m) and fourth in the 200-Meter dash (28.81)
  • Freshman Lauren Fisher (Hampton Falls, N.H.) finished second in the 5000-Meter run (21:25.19)
  • Junior Marisa Quirion (Gardiner, Maine) placed third in the 5000-Meter run (21:25.28)
  • Freshman Carly Jordan (Turner, Maine) was third in the 1500-Meter run (5:45.38)
  • Freshman Alirose Beauregard (Dover, N.H.) placed fourth in the 1500-Meter run (5:48.01)
  • Freshman Julie Unczur (Danvers, Mass.) was fourth in the triple jump (8.21m)
  • Sophomore Meghan Glisson (Merrimack, N.H.) finished fifth in the 400-Meter dash (1:09.76)
  • Sophomore Holly Moores (Rollinsford, N.H.) was fifth in the 800-Meter run (2:53.77)


  • 200-Meter Dash – Alysha Smith, 27.55 (Smith, 27.60, 5/1/16)
  • 4 x 800 Meter Relay – Beauregard, Heroux, Jordan, Moores, 11:26.96 (11:40.70, 4/29/18
  • Pole Vault – Sarah Curtin, 2.00m (Curtin, 1.85m, 4/6/19)
  • Long Jump – Lillian Bisset, 4.73m (Norcross, 4.70m, 4/15/17)
  • Shot Put – Dori LeMoine, 10.07m (LeMoine, 9.90m, 3/30/19)


  • 5000-Meter RunTroy Hendricks, 16:19.45 (Fisher, 16:34.98, 4/30/17)
  • 4 x 400 Meter Relay – Mason, Santeusanio, Whitlock, Fitzgerald, 3:39.04 (3:39.06, 4/29/18)
  • Javelin ThrowAnthony Blatus, 52.25m (D'Ovidio, 49.76m, 3/31/18)




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Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy in Portland, Maine, Saint Joseph’s College is Maine’s Catholic liberal arts college in the Mercy tradition. We are inclusive of all faiths, including no faith. The 474-acre campus, located on the shore of Sebago Lake in Standish, Maine offers more than 40 undergraduate programs and a Division III athletic program to a population of approximately 1,000 on-campus students. A pioneer of distance education since the 1970s, the College also provides online certificates and undergraduate and graduate degrees for thousands more working adults who reside in more than 20 other countries. In 2015 the College was selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to receive its Community Engagement Classification, highlighting the College’s focus on community service throughout its mission and daily interactions within local, regional, and global communities. In 2018, Princeton Review recognized SJC as one of its “Green Colleges” for its sustainability initiatives. Learn more at www.sjcme.edu.