NEW YORK – The Dartmouth men’s track & field team is fourth after one day at the 2017 Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championship at The Armory in Manhattan.
The Big Green wrapped up the first day with 19 points, trailing Princeton (28) and Cornell (28) tied for first and third-place Yale (21).
- In his final indoor Heps, senior Max Cosculluela earned Second-Team All-Ivy League honors in the pole vault, picking up eight points. Cosculluela cleared 16-6.75/5.05m to claim second overall for the second year in a row.
- Senior Timothy Brennan was third in the men’s weight throw, picking up six points thanks to his 65-1.5/19.85m throw on his fifth attempt.
- Fellow Senior Corey Muggler added another four points thanks to a fourth-place showing with a 23-11.0/7.29m in a tightly contested long jump that saw first through fourth separated by just three-and-a-quarter inches
- Senior Connor Clark earned one point in the 3000m, running an 8:15.87 to take sixth overall.
- Junior Pat Gregory will run in Sunday’s mile final as the top qualifier after running a 4:12.21 on Saturday, the best time of any of the 13 competitors.
- Nico Robinson (3004/2nd), Benjamin Ose (2893/3rd) and Matthew Sindelar (2702/4th) are all in the hunt in the men’s heptathlon with one day and three events remaining.
- Parker Johnson (4th/8.13) and Alec Eschholz (6th/8.20) will both be moving on to Sunday’s final in the 60m hurdles.
- Myles Holt secured the final spot in the 400m on Sunday by taking eighth overall in 49.11 on Saturday.
- Phillip Gomez managed to lock up a spot in the final of the 500m with a fifth-place showing and a 1:04.13 in the preliminaries.
- Sophomore Trevor Colby will run in the 800m final after finishing seventh in 1:53.20.
- Both Henry Raymond (3rd/2:26.40) and Reed Horton (6th/2:27.70) advanced in the 1000m.
T1) Princeton - 28
T1) Cornell - 28
3) Yale - 21
4) Dartmouth - 19
5) Harvard - 13
6) Penn - 7
T7) Columbia - 4
T7) Brown - 4