HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth men’s track & field team hosted its first of several home meets this season on Saturday against a trio of New England opponents.

The Big Green finished second in the standings with 151 points, narrowly edged out by New Hampshire and its 157 points. Maine was third with 129, while Vermont’s 115 points placed the Catamounts fourth.

Freshman Donovan Spearman made an impact in his first home meet at Leverone Field House, winning a pair of events. He was the top runner in both the 60m (6.87) as well as in the 200m (21.98).

The Green and White went one-two in both the 400m and 500m races. In the shorter of the two races, Max Frye (51.13) beat out Myles Holt (51.61), while Amos Cariati (1:06.40) narrowly edged teammate Michael Thurston (1:06.47) in the 500m.

Other wins on the track went to Reed Horton (8:30.63) in the 3000m, Alec Eschholz (8.25) in the 60m hurdles and the 4x400m relay team (3:21.84).

Benjamin Ose was also the winner of the heptathlon, finishing the seven events with 5201 points. Matt Sindelar (4732) was third, claiming an addition six points. 

Colin Minor was second in the weight throw (57-9.75/17.62m) and fourth in the shot put (48-9.0/14.86m), respectively. Corbin Hayes took second in the pole vault, clearing 14-5.25/4.40m on his first attempt.