Williamsburg, Va.—A handful of Retrievers took to the track on Friday to open up the Colonial Relays. The distance runners led the way at William & Mary, with the sprinters taking the track tomorrow.
Lorenzo Neil earned a 26th place finish in the 3,000m run, clocking in with a time of 8:59.75.
A quartet of Retrievers ran in the 10,000m run, led by Austin Hayslett. Hayslett finished 21st with a time of 31:35.45. Matt Kingeter (22nd, 31:36.22), Eric Smart (26th, 31:49.95), and Elijah Hawkins (34th, 32:24.42) rounded out the field.
On the women's side, Katelyn Callaghan earned an ECAC cut with a 12th place finish in the 10,000m run in a time of 36:43.81. Courtney Mattson (29th, 39:17.16) and Kelsey Ponton (32nd, 39:53.46) rounded out the field.
The Retrievers continue the Colonial Relays tomorrow starting at 11:30 a.m.