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HANOVER, N.H. – After one day of competition at the 2018 Ivy League Indoor Track & Field Heptagonal Championship, the Dartmouth men’s team sits in seventh place with five points.

Taking place at home inside Leverone Field House, Saturday’s portion of the meet featured mostly preliminary heats, setting up Sunday with numerous event finals and the majority of points to be rewarded.

HIGHLIGHTS
• The first point of the weekend for the home team went to sophomore Ethan Ruh in the shot put. Ruh’s 15.40m toss on his first attempt proved to be his best and earn him sixth-place and one point.
Henry Raymond finished fourth in the 3000m and added four points to the Big Green’s total. Running in a relatively new event for the usual miler, Raymond posted an 8:21.48 on the Leverone track, a time that was fourth in the second section of the event as well as overall.
• After one day of competition in the heptathlon, Dartmouth student-athletes currently own the 3-4-5 spots. Junior Benjamin Ose is third with 2862 points, with classmates Ben Colello (2797) and Matthew Sindelar (2707) fourth and fifth, respectively. Penn’s Evan Lee (3060) and Anthony DeNitto (2884) of Harvard are the two individuals ahead of them.
Miles Irish and Pat Gregory will both move on to the final of the one mile after running qualifying times in Saturday’s prelims. Irish was third in 4:12.33, while Gregory was seventh overall in 4:13.28. Both automatically qualified by finishing second and third, respectively, in their heat.
• The Big Green will also be sending two through to the final of the 60m hurdles. Junior Alec Eschholz was fourth in 8.06, while classmate Parker Johnson’s 8.20 earned the second berth in the final as he was seventh.
• Underclassmen Timothy Zepf, a freshman, and sophomore Jack Kerin will represent the Green and White in the final of the 800m. Zepf was sixth overall in 1:55.22, while Kernin snagged the last spot in Sunday’s race thanks to a 1:55.46.
• Also moving on will be Nick Feffer and Reed Horton in the 1000m. Feffer took fifth overall, crossing in 2:27.52. Horton secured the last spot in the final as his 2:27.87 was fourth in the fastest heat of the afternoon and earned one of the two at-large berths.

Sunday’s portion of the meet will be shown live on the Ivy League Network (now available on Apple TV, Roku and the ILN app for Android and Apple devices) as well as ESPN3.