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BOSTON – The Dartmouth men’s indoor track & field team competed at the second day of the BU Terrier Classic Saturday.

The non-scoring meet held inside the Boston University Track and Tennis Center saw several high points for the Big Green as they ran, jumped and threw against some of the top teams in the nation.

Henry Raymond ran a 4:02.49 in the mile, a time believed to be the fastest ever run by a Dartmouth freshman in the event and the 12th fastest in program history. On this day, it netted the rookie a ninth-place finish in what proved to be one of the fastest races of the afternoon.

Pat Gregory posted a 2:23.85 in the 1000m, finishing seventh overall, but as the top collegiate runner. More importantly, Gregory’s time was the third-best in program history in the event.

Max Cosculluela finished tied for first in the pole vault, clearing 16-2.75/4.95m on his third attempt. Sam Siegal was third with a 15-3.0/4.65m to his credit.

The 500m saw Phil Gomez win his heat in 1:03.93 and take second overall in a field of more than 50, finishing a hundredth of a second behind the top runner. Zachary Plante was 11th in 1:05.30.

Shawn Ohazuruike was eighth overall in the final of the 60m hurdles, crossing in 8.28. Connor Clark was 11th in the 3000m in 8:09.35, while Miles Irish was 14th in 8:14.09. Kyle Dotterrer was the top performer in the 5000m with a 14th-place finish and a 14:36.24 to his credit.