NEW YORK, N.Y.--Heptathlete Clay Kosack posted a record setting performance in the men's heptathlon by setting the new record at 4,476 points and finishing fifth overall at the ECAC Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships at the New York Armory.
Kosack's finish for the day earned All-ECAC honors. Within the competition, Kosack has three personal records; in the 60 meter hurdles (9.36), 13' 1.5" in the pole vault, and 2:41.83 in the 1000 meters.
Junior All-American Adam Scalesse placed third overall in the 60 meter hurdles also earning All-ECAC honors with a time 8.32.
In the relay events, the 4x400 relay team of Ben Hannon, James Dawkins, Fred Higgins, and Scalesse finished third place and made All-ECAC with their top time of the season of 3:19.88.
In the men's 4x800 relay, Jordan Lee, Zach Kearney, Brad Pienta, and James Martin ran a time of 7:52.82 to secure sixth place and made All-ECAC.
The Bears placed 17th with 19 points.