BRUNSWICK, Maine--Connecticut College senior Ben Bosworth (Dorchester, Mass.) posted a time of 4:16.85 to win the one-mile run at the Bowdoin College Invitational Saturday. Bosworth qualified for the New England Division as well as the All-New England (D. 1, 2, 3) Championships with his performance. He's ranked #5 in the country on the NCAA performance list in this event.
The Camels scored 68 points to place third in the seven team field. Sophomore Scott Mason (Wyndmoor, Pa.) earned his invitation to the New England Division III Championship in the 3,000 meters, securing a victory with a personal record setting time of 8:53.08. Mason has catapulted his way up to 32nd place on the national performance list.
Freshman Danny Aschale (Cambridge, Mass.) set a personal record of his own with a victory in the 1,000 meters, qualifying for the aforementioned New England Division III Championship with a time of 2:34.19. In the 4x800 meter relay, Bosworth, Aschale, freshman Christian Carr-Locke (Walpole, Mass.) along with sophomore Price Day (Harvard, Mass.) placed second for the Camels with a season-best time of 8:12.26. Aschale (2:02.22) and Carr-Locke (2:05.17) both set personal records in the relay.
Connecticut College placed third in three events at Bowdoin. Day earned an invitation to the New England Division III Championship with a personal record setting run in the 1,000 meters, posting a time of 2:36.08 for the Camels. Jake Beloin (Cheshire, Conn.) set a personal record in the triple jump, covering a distance of 37 feet, four inches. In the 4x400 meter relay, sophomore Blake O'Neal (Houston, Texas), junior Andrew Peterson (Wallingford, Conn.), senior Geoff Pendergast (Weston, Mass.) and sophomore Austin DiMartino (West Haven, Conn.) placed third with a season best time of 3:40.39.