HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth men’s track & field team moved up three spots on Saturday to finish fifth at the 2018 New England Outdoor Championship Memorial Field.
The hosts of the two-day meet wrapped weekend with 47.5 points. Southern Connecticut was the winner with 113.50 points with UMass (71), New Hampshire (53) and UMass Dartmouth (48.50) all rounding out the top-five.
• Pat Gregory is the New England Champion in the 1500m, running a 3:46.74 to not only win the fastest heat, but also earn 10 points as the fastest individual in any of the three sections racing on Saturday.
• Miles Irish was third in that same heat and also third overall in the 1500m, running a 3:50.33 to earn six points. Marco Pompilj was eighth overall after finishing third in his respective heat, crossing in 3:53.28 to earn another point.
• Amos Cariati was third in the 400m Saturday afternoon, running a PR of 48.15 to earn six points.
• Shawn Ohazuruike earned another six in the 110m hurdles. Ohazuruike took third in Saturday’s final with a 14.53 to his credit.
• In the shot put, Ethan Ruh claimed fourth thanks to a throw of 15.64m on his third attempt. In doing so, Ruh added another five points to the Big Green’s total.
The Big Green now wait to see who will be heading to the 2018 NCAA East Regional Meet in two weeks in Tampa. Declarations are due this week, meaning Dartmouth should know by Wednesday which student-athletes will be heading to Florida as one of the top-48 performers in their respective events.