River Hawks Split Up and Compete Well at Providence and Connecticut, with the UMass Lowell men's track and field team participating in the Friar Invitational at Providence and the UConn Northeast Challenge at Connecticut in preparation for upcoming conference championships.

By the Numbers
  • Freshman Dennis Satchek led the squad in the 800m run with a time of 1:56.84.
  • Graduate student Joseph Walsh secured fifth place in the 3,000m steeplechase with a time of 9:11.71.
  • Junior Nate DeAngelo finished first in the 3,000m race with a time of 8:39.88.
  • Sophomore Derek Munroe claimed 10th place in the decathlon with a personal-best 11.22s in the 100m.
  • In the decathlon high jump event, Riley achieved third place with a personal-best 1.90m mark.
State of Play
  • UMass Lowell men's track and field team split up for two different competitions to enhance their performance.
  • The athletes showed progress and determination as they strive for success in the upcoming conference championships.
  • Multiple personal bests and strong finishes were achieved in various events, indicating a competitive spirit within the team.
What's Next

UMass Lowell men's track and field team will continue competing in the UConn Northeast Challenge the following day with high hopes for breaking school records based on the personal and season bests achieved.

Bottom Line

The UMass Lowell men's track and field team's impressive performances at Providence and Connecticut demonstrate their dedication and potential for success in the upcoming conference championships, fueled by personal bests and a competitive spirit.