HANOVER, N.H. – For the second time in a week, the Dartmouth men’s indoor track & field team won a home meet inside Leverone Field House.

The Big Green registered 73 points en route to the team title against Maine (43), Vermont (37) and Rensselaer (28).

Like their female counterparts, the Big Green men’s side claimed 10 events as victories with nine individuals and one relay team earning wins.

Dartmouth dominated the middle distance races as Myles Holt won the 400m (50.39), Amos Cariati claimed the 500m (1:05.26) and Tanner Simpson took home the top spot in the 800m (1:55.90).

Alec Eschholz won the 60m hurdles in 8.38, while also helping the Big Green to a win in the 4x400m (3:23.18) along with Cariati, Holt and Zachary Plante.

Alex Frye took the top spot in the high jump (1.99m), while Max Cosculluela (4.95m) and Sam Siegel (4.50m) were one-two in the pole vault. Justin Donawa was first in the triple jump (14.81m) as well.

Lucas Ribeiro (16.02m) was the winner of the shot put, while Tim Brennan (17.66m) finished first and claimed five points for the home team in the weight throw.