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AMHERST, Mass. – The Dartmouth men’s track & field team finished fifth at Saturday’s UMass Pre-Conference Meet.

The Big Green posted 76 points at the UMass Track & Field Complex after winning four events and earning a pair of top-three finishes.

HIGHLIGHTS
Lloyd May was the winner of the 200m, crossing the line in 22.13 to earn 10 points toward the Big Green’s total.
Shawn Ohazuruike was another winner, taking the top in the 110m hurdles as he ran a 14.50.
• In the 800m, a trio of Dartmouth runners was at or near the top of the final standings with Simpson Tanner’s 1:54.53 taking the top spot. William Phinney (1:54.83) was third with Michael Thurston (1:55.38) claiming fourth.
• The 4x100m relay team of Max Frye, Mattieu Freeman, Donovan Spearman and May ran a 41.73 to win the event by a quarter second over the second-place Minutemen.
Myles Holt (50.24) and Zach Plante (50.47) were third and fourth, respectively, in the 400m.
Dom Repucci finished fourth in the 1500m, crossing in 3:58.83.
• In the 5000m, Sam Morton was third with a 15:40.84 with Brian Mass taking sixth in 16:16.32.