CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - In its second meet of the season, the Dartmouth men's indoor track & field team took part in Saturday's Harvard Invitational at the Albert H. Gordon Track Facility.

Leading the way for the men were senior Connor Reilly and freshman John Abraham in the 55-meter dash.

Reilly took second in the event, posting a time of 6.42, while Abraham was fourth in 6.51.

Abraham also claimed ninth in the 200 meters with a 22.64, while Brett Buskey was 18th in 22.94 in the same event.

In the 400, Edward Wagner was fifth in 50.70.

Lukas Zirngibl took home third in the 800 meters in 1:56.55, while Kevin Stanko (1:59.94) was seventh and Joe Carey (2:00.43) claimed ninth.

In the high jump, Jeremy Birck was fourth in 6-6.75/2.00m, while Brandon Gill and Brett Gilson were 10th and 11th, respectively, with matching heights of 13-9.25/4.25m in the men's pole vault.

In the men's shot put, Dom Filiano was fifth with a measured toss of 48-10.25/14.89m.

The men's team will return to competition in January with the Dartmouth Relays at Leverone Fieldhouse in Hanover (Jan. 11-13).