PRINCETON, N.J. and WALNUT, Calif. – The Dartmouth men’s track & field team competed in both the Larry Ellis Invitational hosted by Princeton as well as the 55th Annual Mt. Sac Relays in California on Friday.

At the Mt. Sac meet inside historic Hilmer Lodge Stadium, senior Connor Reilly took home 14th place overall in the 100m open race. Claiming second in his heat and 14th in a field of 60 runners from across the nation, Reilly ran a wind-legal 10.59, the third-fastest time in program

John Bleday and Will Geoghegan each ran in the 5000m in California, but in different races. In his section, Geoghegan was 15th as he crossed the line in 13:55.92. Bleday claimed 19th in his division of the event as he recorded a 14:13.01.

At Princeton’s Larry Ellis meet, Silas Talbot won his heat in the 1,500m in 3:47.35, claiming fifth overall in a field of 60 competitors. Henry Sterling claimed seventh in the 3000m steeplechase with a 9:04.70.

Thomas Servino was fifth in the hammer throw as his sixth and final attempt of the day was measured at 192-7.0/58.71m.

The Big Green will continue to compete at the Larry Ellis meet on Saturday, but wrapped up their time at Mt. Sac on Friday.