BOSTON – At the 2018 New England Indoor Championship Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Center, the Dartmouth men’s indoor track & field team finished seventh.
The Big Green posted 25.33 points en route to the seventh-place finish, closely behind Brown (26) and New Hampshire (30). Just as the women’s team had done, Northeastern took home the title on the men’s side with 164 points, narrowly beating out UConn (162.33) for the win.
The highlight of the day was a second-place finish by freshman Tim Zepf in the final of the 500m, crossing in 1:04.68, just two-hundredths of a second back of the winner. Zepf was the top overall qualifier, running a 1:04.66 in his preliminary race.
Amos Cariati was fifth in the 400m final, posting a 49.23. Also taking fifth was Alec Eschholz in the 60m hurdles final as he ran an 8.21, a one one-hundredth of a second improvement over his prelim time.
The 4x400m relay team was third (3:16.68), while the 4x800m group was sixth (7:53.19).
In the pole vault, Corbin Mayes was eighth thanks to a 4.70m clearing. Matt Sindelar took home ninth in the high jump, clearing 1.99m.
Colin Minor was 10th in the weight throw as his best toss of the day measure 16.97m.