Eastern Illinois director of track and field James Gildon has announced the addition of three athletes to the Panthers men’s team for the 2024-25 season EIU continues to announce its incoming class over the next few weeks.

Set to compete next season for EIU are Sach Wolf, Carter Brademeyer and Antonio Mack.

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Sach Wolf (Pacific, Mo.) competed as a multi-event track & field athlete at Pacific High School.  He competed in eight different events during the 2024 season.  His primary events of competition were the 110 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles.  Wolf advanced to the Missouri Class 4 State Championships in the 110 meter hurdles placing fifth with a finals time of 15.00 after running a 14.91 in the state prelims.  He would Sectional in the 110 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles with District competition in the shot put and long jump.  Wolf added state finals appearances in the 110 meter hurdles as a junior and sophomore with a state final appearance in the 300 meter hurdles as a junior.  He placed fourth in the state as a junior with a finals time of 14.82.

Carter Brademeyer high school pole vault picture

Carter Brademeyer (Johnson City, Tenn.) competed in track and field at Science Hill High School.  Brademeyer competed in the pole vault.  He was a two-time Tennessee Class AAA Track & Field State Championship qualifier as a sophomore and a junior.  He placed eighth at the state meet clearing a season best height of 14’6″ during a second place sectional finish.  He also placed eighth as a sophomore with a season best height of 13′.  Brademeyer competed unattached at several elite meets during his senior season clearing 14’6″ at the Eastern Indoors in February as his top height.

Antonio Mack (Belleville, Ill.) was a multiple time IHSA Class 2A Track & Field State Championship qualifier at Mascoutah High School.  Mack was a state finalist in both the 110 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles during both his junior and senior seasons.  Mack had three podium finishes in the four events placing fourth in the state in the 300 meter hurdles as a junior with a finals time of 39.57.  He landed on the podium both years in the 110 meter hurdles placing eighth as a junior and senior.  His best time at the state finals was 14.75.  During his senior year Mack was third at the Illinois Top Times Indoor Meet in the 60 meter hurdles with a time of 8.18.  Mack began his prep career overseas competing his freshman year at Yokota High School in Japan.

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