Boston, Mass. - February 9, 2019 - The Springfield College men's track and field team had student-athletes competing at the 2019 David Hemery Valentine's Invitational at Boston University on Saturday.
Leading off the day for the Pride was Cormac Tolan (Greenville, N.Y.), who competed in the 800 meter run and turned in a time of 1:55.74, while in the 500 meter dash, Kris Rhim (Philadelphia, Pa.) posted a time of 1:06.43.
Junior Tyler Hansen (Shelton, Conn.) had one of the more impressive performances for Springfield College on Saturday in the 200 meter dash, as he turned in a time of 21.91 seconds, to bump him up to No. 16 in all of Division III, as he narrows in on the school record, which is 21.82, set by Stephen Headley in 2010.
Following Hansen was Jack Pinho (Prospect, Conn.) in the 1000 meter run, as Pinho finished third overall among Division I, II and III competitors and crossed the line in 2:25.61, just .52 off of his own program record that was set last season.
Chris Tringali (Millville, Mass.) rounded out the day in the men's 5k, and ran a time of 16:11.10.
Springfield College will return to action on Saturday, February 16 when it hosts the Triangle Classic in the Field House at 10:30 a.m.