Deptford graduate Ty Garland from Rowan flies to easy win in 110 highs at NJAC Championships!!!!!

Deptford graduate Tyler Garland easily won his first conference title for Rowan University Sunday, running 14.37 to win the 110-meter high hurdles at the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championships at Stockton University in Galloway Township.

Garland finished more than half a second ahead of second-place Daniel Pfueger of The College of New Jersey, who was second in 14.99.

Garland, a sophomore, is ranked fourth nationally in NCAA Division 3 in the 110 highs with his 14.30 from a meet back in March in Orlando, Fla., in much better conditions.

Garland will race in the 400-meter intermediates later Sunday. He’s ranked No. 25 nationally. Senior teammate Chris Mesiano from Schalick is the No. 1 seed and ranked fourth nationally at 52.96 behind three runners from different Ohio colleges.

Garland is a transfer from Rowan College Gloucester County, where he was a JUCO All-America in the 110 highs.

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