Men’s track and field got off to a running start in its indoor season with championship-worthy performances at both the Dartmouth Relays on Jan. 12 and the Smith Winter Classic on Dec. 7.
On Jan. 12 at Dartmouth, in a competitive field with several Div. I schools, Williams placed fifth and outperformed all other Div. III schools in attendance, including NESCAC
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foe Middlebury and Div. I host Dartmouth. From the first event, Katakyie Ofori-Atta ‘16 showed that the Ephs meant business by placing second in the first heat of the 60 meter dash with a time of 7.02 seconds. He then promptly broke seven seconds in the final heat of the 60 meter with a new school record of 6.94 seconds, which was good enough for second place overall. In the 800 meter, Steven Yannacone ’17 had a strong race, crossing the finish line first overall in the second heat, qualifying for the Div. III New England Championships with a time of 1:58.88.
In the distance events, Aldis Inde ’15 was first for the team in the mile with a time of 4:28.55. Co-captain Nick Wolf ’14 was close behind in 4:30.16, starting the season on a positive note after a stress fracture cut his cross country season short. Matt Tarduno ’16 and Kieran Scannell ’17 competed in the 3k and ran well, with times of 9:11.49 and 9:18.58, respectively.
On the field, Richie Beaton ’14 had an impressive day, taking third place in the long jump with a leap of 6.52 meters. In the shot put, Christopher Lyons ’17 placed 31st with a throw of 11.01 meters, and John Dillon ’17 came first for the team in the weight throw with a distance of 12.49 meters.
Beaton also ran on the ‘A’ team for the 4×200 relay, along with Ofori-Atta, Kevin Persons ’16 and co-captain Jared Nowell ’15. The group placed fifth with a time of 1.33.42.
Darthmouth was “a meet that we took more as a workout after training hard in our first week back from winter break,” said coach Peter Farwell. He added, “We’re looking forward to some good times Friday on the Reggie Lewis Track in Boston, and then going on to great things later in February and early March of the championship indoor season.”
Earlier this season at the Smith invite on Dec. 7, the Ephs performed well in a solid season debut, particularly in the distance events. The 5k was first and Bijan Mazaheri ’16 won handily with a championship-qualifying time of 15:01.35, even after running an extra lap due to an official’s mistake. The men earned more championship qualifying times in the 3000 meter as David Folsom ’17 ran an 8:51 and Max LaBerge ’14 ran an 8:54.35. Co-captain Andrew Beaudoin ’15 capped off the strong distance performance with a win in the 800 meter, crossing the finish line with a time of 1:57.95, bolstered by a huge kick in the last 150 meters.
In the shorter races, Ofori-Atta placed third in the 200 meter with a time of 23.77 second. Also in the 200 meter, Persons and Nowell battled hard at the front of the pack, coming in with times of 23.79 and 23.94 seconds, respectively. Nolan Raimo ’16 took third in the 60 meter hurdles with a time of 8.85 seconds and took ninth in the long jump with a distance of 6.12 meters. Reid Pryzant ’16 came in fourth in the long jump with a leap of 6.45 meters.
The indoor season has only just begun, and the Ephs are expecting to have a strong meet after last week’s reprieve. They will compete at the Jeff Donahue Games at Northeastern this Friday.