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Swarn, Mahoney Lead Tech Track at Florida Relays

ATLANTA (March 25) – At the Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fla., Georgia Tech’s Bryan Swarn ran an NCAA-provisional time of 46.07 to finish second to former Tech standout Angelo Taylor in the invitational 400 meters, and freshman Brendon Mahoney finished second in the invitational 800 meters, also posting an NCAA provisional time of 1:48.42.

Taylor, running for Vector Sports, ran 45.59 to defeat Swarn, while another former Yellow Jacket all-America, Jonas Motiejunas, placed fourth at 46.34, and Tech senior Michael Johnson was sixth at 47.03.

Sophomore Clayton Porter (24-7.25) placed fourth in the long jump, while freshman Keith Schuler (6-8.75) was sixth in the high jump.

Senior Becky Megesi led the women’s team with a fourth place finish in the invitational 1500 meters (4:26.84), while Sara Pardue (2:12.07) was eighth in the 800 meters, followed by Nicole Campbell (2:12.40) in ninth.

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