NEW YORK – The Dartmouth men finished third at the 2017 Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Track & Field Championship held at The Armory in Manhattan.

Princeton won its fifth straight team title with 135 points, while Cornell was second with 93 points. The Big Green posted 82 points, one spot ahead of Yale's 78 points. Dartmouth's point total (82) was the most at an Indoor Heps since 1997 when it had 86 in Cambridge.

SCORING
-       Dartmouth picked up most of its points in the men’s heptathlon as Nico Robinson (2nd/5438), Benjamin Ose (3rd/5254) and Matthew Sindelar (4th/4982) combined for 18 points between the three of them. Robinson’s performance earned him All-Ivy Second Team honors.
-       The triple jump saw Justin Donawa (50-5.5/14.96m) and Corey Muggler (50-3.25/15.07m) finish third and fourth, respectively, combining for another 10 points.
-       Junior Kyle Dotterer missed out on All-Ivy honors by five-tenths of a second, finishing third in the 5000m in 14:19.25. Princeton’s Conor Lundy was second in 14:19.20.
-       Senior Alex Frye was also fourth in the high jump, clearing 6-8.25/2.04m on his first attempt, adding four points to the team standings.
-       Another fourth-place showing went Pat Gregory in the mile. The sophomore ran a 4:13.19 to earn another four points.
-       Freshman Henry Raymond (3rd/2:25.10) and sophomore Reed Horton (5th/2:25.47) gave Dartmouth another six and two points, respectively, toward the team total in the 1000m final.
-       Phillip Gomez was fourth in the 500m with a 1:04.47 to his credit.
-       Parker Johnson notched a point with a sixth-place showing in the final of the 60m hurdles, crossing in 8.19.
-       The distance medley relay (DMR) was fifth in 10:00.34 to earn two points.
-       Horton, Raymond, Gregory and sophomore Trevor Colby combined to run a 7:35.51 in the 4x800m relay, securing six points and a third-place finish.

ALL-IVY LEAGUE
Pole Vault – Max Cosculluela (Second)
Heptathlon – Nico Robinson (Second)

STANDINGS
1) Princeton - 135      
2) Cornell - 93           
3) Dartmouth - 82      
4) Yale - 78           
5) Penn - 59      
6) Harvard - 58           
7) Columbia - 56      
8) Brown - 31