Recap | Results
David Currier Leads Men's Track Against UNH and Bates
ORONO, Maine – David Currier won the 10,000 meters and qualified for the IC4A Championships to lead the Maine men's track and field team against New Hampshire and Bates on Saturday afternoon.
Currier won the 10,000 in a time of 30:59.84, which ranks among the top-4 in school history and qualifies for the IC4A Championships. Spencer McElwain took runner-up honors in the event with a time of 31:07.67, a top-5 school mark that also qualifies for the IC4As.
Also performing well in the distance events was Ryan Hardiman, who won the 1,500 in a time of 4:03.97.
Daniel Roukey won the 200 in a top-10 school time of 22.24 and was followed closely in third by Jake Leithiser with a time of 22.75. Leithiser would also win the 400 in a time of 49.66, a top-10 school mark.
James Berry notched the second-best pole vault in school history with 15-05.00, which gave him the win in the event while Bergstrom took the long jump with a distance of 20-09.25.
Nathaniel Meade won the triple jump with a top-10 school mark of 45-10.00 and was second in the long jump with 20-07.75.
Justin Gagne qualified for the IC4A Championships in two events, notching a top-3 school mark in the shot put with a runner-up distance of 54-04.00 and taking second in the discus with a top-10 school throw of 157-06.
Ethan Moore took second in the hammer throw with an IC4A-qualifying distance and top-5 school distance of 178-02 while Wilson Adams took third in the event with a top-10 Maine distance of 173-08. Alex Parenteau placed second in the javelin with 174-02.
The men's team was second with 136 points, just shy of Bates' 138. New Hampshire was third with 121.