WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Dartmouth men's track & field team sits in second place with 46 points after one day of competition at the 2017 New England Outdoor Championship.
The meet is taking place at Williams' Lee Track at the Weston Athletic Complex.
- Dartmouth dominated the hammer throw as Colin Minor won the event with a 61.88m toss on his second attempt of the day. In addition to Minor's 10 points, Timothy Brennan added another eight by finishing second thanks to his 60.80m throw on his fourth attempt.
- Hendric Tronsson claimed third in the long jump as his second leap measured 6.84m.
- Sophomore Benjamin Ose picked up two points in the pole vault, finishing seventh by clearing 4.70m on his first attempt.
- Ben Colello was also seventh, earning another two points in the javelin as his second throw measured 60.0m.
- Dartmouth picked up seven points between Sander Kushen (14;33.88) and Matt Herzig (14:38.76) in the 5000m as the duo claimed fourth and seventh, respectively, in the event.
- Benjamin Szuhaj was seventh in the 10,000m — the final event of the day — as he ran a 31:34.32 to add two more points to the team's score.
- Amos Cariati will move on in the 400m as his 48.35 was good for fifth in Friday evening's qualifiers.
- Parker Johnson won his heat and finished third overall in the preliminaries of the 400m hurdles, earning a spot in Saturday's final. Johnson ran a 52.86, a half second better than anyone else in his heat.
- The 200m saw Adam Couitt earn a spot in the final as his 21.83 earned one of the eight qualifying spots needed to move on.