LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Dartmouth men's track & field team was well represented on the first day of competition at the 2017 NCAA Outdoor East Regional Thursday at the University of Kentucky.
Just a freshman, Henry Raymond saw his first year in the Upper Valley end with a 36th-place showing in the men's 1500m. Raymond ran a 3:52.85 and finished ninth in his heat, missing out on a chance to move on to Saturday's national quarterfinal.
Fellow freshman Cole Andrus also saw his first season end in the Blue Grass State, taking 40th in the javelin. His best toss of the day was marked at 56.08m.
Senior Corey Muggler was 28th in the long jump with his best mark of the day coming on his first attempt. On his first jog down the runway and leap into the sand, Muggler was measured at 7.16m. Although he won't move on in the long jump, Muggler still has a shot to advance in the triple jump along with Justin Donawa Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m.
Neither Colin Minor nor Timothy Brennan advanced in the hammer throw as both fouled twice. Minor's 58.56m on his second throw placed him 36th in the standings, while Brennan was 40th with a 57.85m on his first throw.