Panther track & field picks up victories

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College indoor track and field teams picked up a number of individual wins at a home meet Saturday. The men placed second among the four schools with 166 points, trailing only Vermont (232). The women recorded 108 points, placing third behind Vermont (243) and McGill (115). The Panthers will host another meet this weekend.
Middlebury men won four events. On the track Jimmy Martinez won at 600 meters in 1:20.86, breaking his own school record, and Jonathan Perlman won the mile in 4:16.66.
In field events, Minhaj Rahman bested his own school record in the weight throw with a heave of 59’-11”, and Max Memeger won in the long jump (20’-2.5”).
Taking seconds were Liam Hoagland in the 1,000 (2:35.08), Francis Prince in the high jump (5’10”), and Nathaniel Klein in the shot put (45’7”).
For the women, Ellie Greenberg won the 60-meter dash in 8.39 seconds, and in the shot put, Helene Rowland prevailed with a toss of 39’2.5”.
Earning seconds were Gretchen McGrath in the 200 (26.73), Lucy Lang in the 600 (1:38.61), and Molly Cowell in the pole vault (10’-0”).

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