Nick Vena wins the boys shot for the third time. Photo by Kim Spir

The men and boys joined the field event action on Friday. Here are the championship-division winners:

College Men
• Stanley Gbagbeke of Middle Tennessee won the long jump at a wind-aided 25′ 11″ (7.90). His best legal jump was 25′ 8-1/4″ (7.83). NCAA Indoor champion Alain Bailey took second at 25′ 9-1/2″ (7.86). Results.

• Kemal Mesic of Florida won the shot put at 62′ 1″ (18.92). Results.

• James Plummer of Rutgers won the discus with a 184′ 8″ (56.31) throw. Results.

College Women
• Brittani Carter (LSU) won the high jump at 6′ 0″ (1.83). Results.

• Neidra Covington of Texas Christian won the triple jump with a wind-aided leap of 43′ 4-1/2″ (13.22). Her best legal jump was 43′ 3″ (13.18). Results.

• Brittni Borrero (Kent State) won the discus at 171′ 8″ (52.34). Results.

High School Boys
• Nick Vena (Morristown, NJ) won the shot put for the third straight year, reaching 70′ 5-3/4″ (21.48). Second place went to Dustin Brode (Canfield, Ohio) with 68′ 8″ (20.93), a mark that makes him the second-best performer in Relays history. Results.

• Kalib Zuidema (Midland Park, NJ) won the javelin with a toss of 216′ 5″ (65.98). That’s the sixth best mark in Relays history. Results.

High School Girls
• Candicea Bernard of St. Hugh’s (Jamaica) won the discus at 157′ 7″ (48.05), the third best mark ever at the Relays. Results.