Middlebury track posts top finishes at NCAA meet

GENEVA, Ohio — The Middlebury College track and field team posted several top-10 finishes at the NCAA Division III championship meet this past weekend in Geneva, Ohio, at the University of Mount Union. The Middlebury women finished tied for 23rd place out of 80 scoring teams with 10 points, while the men tied for 40th of 80 with seven points.
On the women’s side Abigail Nadler finished fourth in the women’s 1,500 meters in 4:31.22, while Katherine MacCary was sixth in 36:31.54 in the 10,000. 
Also, Rory Kelly took seventh in the 5,000 in 17:30.92, and Cassie Kearney was 10th in the 800 in 2:14.60.
In men’s action, the 4×400-meter quartet of Arden Coleman, William Robertson, Nathan Hill and Jimmy Martinez finished eighth in of 3:13.25. Hill also took fifth in the 800 in 1:52.87.
In field events, Minhaj Rahman tossed the hammer 193 feet event to finish in seventh. He accomplished the feat on the final throw of his career.
Also, Jonathan Perlman was ninth in the 1,500 in 3:52.47, and Martinez set a school-record time of 47.71 in the 400 to finish in ninth.

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