By: Pat Salvas
BOSTON – The Dartmouth men’s track & field team competed at the non-scoring Terrier Classic Saturday at Boston University’s Track & Tennis Center.
The meet was almost all men on Saturday as BU hosted the women’s portion of the two-day event on Friday night.
• Donovan Spearman was the top collegiate runner in the 60m Invitational against the top performers. Spearman ran a 6.82 in the final to finish just one-hundredth of a second back of the top runner, a professional.
• Max Frye was another top collegiate performer in his respective event, taking second overall in the 500m. Frye ran a 1:04.47, the best mark of any collegiate student-athlete in the field of nearly 50.
• The same rang true for Reed Horton in the 1000m, except Horton was the top collegian in eighth overall. Horton posed a 2:25.29.
• Shawn Ohazuruike ran to a second-place finish in the final of the 60m hurdles invitational with an 8.23 to his credit. Parker Johnson also made the final and finished sixth in 8.38.
• Sander Kushen was 12th in the 5000m with a time of 14:30.97.
• The 800m saw Tim Zepf (1:52.33) and Trevor Colby (1:52.98) take 14th and 19th, respectively.
• Marco Pompilj was 20th in the mile, crossing in 4:10.50.
• Dartmouth did not compete in any field events at BU.