CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Suffolk men's outdoor track & field endured the humid, scattered showers on Saturday, April 20 to compete at MIT's Sean Collier Invitational at Morrison Track.
Maytas Csiki-Fejer highlighted the 13 Rams' student-athletes who participated in the event as the freshman from Saint Louis, Missouri, ran a 1:58.57 800-meter dash to claim seventh in the 41-runner field. Classmates Jonah Flores (2:13.70) and Arthur Lacerda (2:18.11) also ran two laps around the track.
Robert Solari and Justin Patten went once around the track in the 400-meter dash. Solari's time of 53.69 was good for 14th, while Patten claimed 20th on a 57.15 showing. Nicholas Nunez, meanwhile, went halfway around the track in the 200-meter dash, finishing in 25.01.
In long distance races, a contingent of Suffolk competitors tried their hands in the 1500-meter run. Hunter Toyoda paced the five Rams' runners with a time of 4:25.72 for a 12th-place showing. Keoni Geers (4:29.75), Joseph Robinson (4:38.50), Nick Malm (4:39.17) and Kevin Torres (4:39.65) also ran the course.
Suffolk will now turn its attention to the GNAC Championship, which it will vie for this Sunday, April 28 at Regis.