New London, Conn. - The Trinity College men's track and field squad placed ninth at the Connecticut College Silfen Track & Field Invitational on Saturday. The Bantams finished just a single point behind eighth-place Wesleyan and 12 points higher than tenth place Roger Williams. Sophomore Ben Feloa (Woodbridge, Conn.) turned in a second-place performance in the 400-meter run with a finals time of 49.85 while classmate Luke Mayer (Morristown, N.J.) also claimed second in the 110-meter hurdles, just .10 seconds off the first-place time. Mayer also added a fifth-place finish in the 400-meter hurdles for Trinity as well. Junior Jack Boucher (Newton, Mass.) scored for the Bantams with a sixth-place finish in the javelin throw while sophomore Corey Jean-Jacques (Haverhill, Mass.) claimed seventh in the shot put. Junior Daniel Hughes finished seventh-place in both the 100- and 200-meter dash to round out the Bantam scoring on the day.
Trinity returns to action next weekend for the first Trinity College Outdoor Invitational at the team's new track and field facility at Jessee/Miller field on campus.