Facing D-I competitors, the track and field teams posted impressive results at the University of New Hampshire Wildcat Invitational last weekend.

Chris Martin '12 was a double winner, claiming first place in both the long jump and the triple jump. He set a new school record in the latter with a jump of 14.54 meters, besting the existing record by .13 meters.

"Chris had a great day on the runway—his ankle has been feeling better this spring and he's generating a lot of speed into his takeoff," said Head Coach Peter Slovenski. "His fundamentals and technique have been outstanding and now when he adds so much speed, he's getting a lot of lift in all three phases," he said, referring to the hop, skip and jump of the triple jump.

Emily Clark '15 took first in the 400-meter hurdles with a 1:05.01 time.

"Emily is a great competitor and ran a very smart race. It was exciting to see a Bowdoin runner win against all of the D-I runners on the track," said Slovenski.

Erin Silva '15 had an impressive win in the women's pole vault, finishing just one centimeter below the school outdoor record. Alex Lucyk '12 and Eddy Page '13 tied their personal bests in the men's vault, clearing 4.30 meters and tying for third place.

Jarred Kennedy-Loving '15 tied for fifth in the 100-meter dash with a personal best of 11.22 seconds.

Bowdoin will look to transition into its championship season this weekend, as the women compete in the Aloha Relays at home and the men head to Colby for the Maine State Meet.

-Compiled by Rachel Gladstone.