Men's T&F Report - Heartland Well Represented at Region Events

Men's T&F Report - Heartland Well Represented at Region Events
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's indoor track and field teams competed across the Midwest last weekend.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology traveled to the DePauw Tiger Small College Invitational on Friday and the Illinois Wesleyan Keck Select Meet on Saturday. The Fightin' Engineers placed second at DePauw while following that up with a fourth place performance at Illinois Wesleyan. Sprinter Noah Thomas ran the second best 60-meter time in RHIT history (6.99) and tallied the 3rd best 200-meter mark in RHIT history (22.54) at the meet. 
Fightin' Engineer thrower Nathan Schrader recorded the top shot put mark in the HCAC this season (15.12 meters) to place second in the Keck Select Meet last week. The junior also placed fourth in the weight throw (16.63 meters) at Illinois Wesleyan.
The Franklin and Mount St. Joseph track and field teams also traveled to Greencastle, Ind. for the DePauw Tiger Small College Invitational. The Lions placed fourth while the Grizzlies added a fifth place finish out of six teams. 
On Saturday, Earlham College and Transylvania University competed at the Bob Shannon Invitational in Granville, Ohio. The Quakers and Pios tied for 11th out of the field of 13 at the Denison University Invite.
Ohio Northern University hosted the Joe Banks Invitational over the weekend where Bluffton and Hanover participated. The Panthers finished third, while the Beavers placed fifth out of the field of eight teams.
Also competing last week were Anderson, Defiance and Manchester at the Anderson Invitational and Oberlin Invitational, all three teams did not post a team score.

For the current HCAC men's track & field indoor performance list, click here.

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Date Teams Event Results Links Notes
Fri., Feb. 01 Defiance Oberlin, Ohio  
  Franklin Greencastle, Ind.  
  Rose-Hulman Greencastle, Ind.  
  Mount St. Joseph Greencastle, Ind.  
Sat., Feb. 02 Anderson Anderson, Ind.  
  Bluffton Ada, Ohio  
  Earlham Granville, Ohio  
  Hanover Ada, Ohio  
  Rose-Hulman Bloomington, Ill.  
  Transylvania Granville, Ohio  
  Manchester Anderson, Ind.