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UTech won their second straight College Men's 4×100 Championship of America title here on the final day of Penn Relays 2014. UTech, in 2013, became the first none American team to win this event.
The quartet of Andrew Fisher, Julian Forte, Adolphus Nevers and Tyquendo Tracey fell short of the Penn Relays record of 38.68 … they did 38.71.
TCU with three Caribbean men, Lindel Frater, Seve Slowly and Kim Collins, along with Darvis Patton, set the new mark of 38.68 in 2001.
|1||UTech||38.71||Andrew Fisher, Julian Forte, Adolphus Nevers, Tyquendo Tracey||AA|
|2||LSU||38.83||Nathaneel Blake, Aaron Ernest, Tremayne Acy, Shermund Allsop||AB|
|4||Houston||39.70||Leshon Collins, Christopher Morales, James Arnett, Cameron Burrell||AF|
|5||Texas||39.71||Charles Anumnu, Zack Bilderback, Senoj-Jay Givans, Christopher Irvin||AD|
|6||East Carolina||40.38||Michael Neal, Austin Lewis, Cameron Hudson, Hunter Furr||AG|
|7||Auburn||40.44||Zachary Gunnz, Keenan Brock, Michael Cheeks, Teray Smith||AE|
|8||UWI Mona||40.47||Bernado Brady, Jason Hylton, Kavean Smith, Dwayne Ferguson|
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