DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire men’s track team took a five-team meet at home on Saturday, beating out Boston College, the University of Massachusetts, Holy Cross and Northeastern University at the Paul Sweet Oval.
First place finishers for the Wildcats were Greg Taylor (Allentown, Pa.) in the triple jump, David Ball (Orange, Vt.) in the high jump, Mackenzie Kilpatrick (Concord, N.H.) in the 3000m run, and Craig Lange (Manchester, N.H.) in the 400m run.
Lange was also among nine second-place finishes for the ’Cats. Taking second were Taylor Scull (Bedford, N.H.) 400m run, Erik Travis (Durham, N.H.) in the 500m run, Brandon Williams (Hooksett, N.H.) in the 800m run, Mark Goszytla (Londonderry, N.H.) in the 1000m run, Jeff Manley (Milton, Vt.) in the 1500m run, David Doiron (Sanford, Me.) in the high jump, Matt Barry (Atlanta, Ga.) in the pole vault and Craig Stucchi (Southborough, Mass.) in the weight throw.
UNH won the meet with a score of 165 points, followed by Boston College (121), UMass (104), Holy Cross (80) and Northeastern (47).
The Wildcats return to action Friday, Jan. 30 at the Husky Invitational at Northeastern.