The Binghamton track and field squads competed at the Penn State National Open on Friday and Saturday and at the Cornell Robert Kane Invitational on Sunday. There was no team scoring kept at either meet.

Junior Jon King provided the most impressive performance of the weekend, tying a Binghamton school record in the men’s high jump at Penn State. He finished seventh in his event with a height of 6-9 to tie the record set by Daye Kaba in 1997.

Junior Brandon Bordeau captured a win at Cornell in the men’s shot put with a distance of 52-4.

The Bearcats also had three runners-up at Cornell, with sophomore Josh Miller in the men’s 500 (1:06.16), sophomore Kierra Arthur in the women’s 60 hurdles (9.07) and junior Tonika Forrester in the women’s triple jump (36-4).

Binghamton is next set to compete in the Sykes & Sabock Challenge at Penn State on Feb. 7-8.