Track and Field to Compete at New England Championships

BOSTON- The Hartford men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams look to continue their 2022-23 campaign by returning to Boston to compete in the NEICAAA championships. The event, which will span two days, begins on Thursday, February 2 at 1:30 p.m. with the start of the field events.

POSITION: The TRACK at New Balance (Boston, Mass.)
EVENTS: Thursday 2nd February – Friday 3rd February
COVER: Live Scores | meet schedule | Championship Headquarters
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  • Of note in the men’s New England qualifiers are the seniors Anthony Clavette and Kyle Moser as well as the second trio of John Joseph, Caden Leonhard and Joseph Lothamer
  • After surpassing a season-best high jump of 2.05 m in the high jump, Clavette enters the competition in third place overall
  • Leonard makes his mark in the 60-meter dash, which set a season-best time of 6.96 seconds at Yale’s season opener
  • Moser ranks in the top 10 in shot put with his school record of 15.78 m
  • Lothamer and Joseph are each in the top 10 in their respective events
  • Lothamer is ninth with a 4.55m mark in the pole vault, while Joseph is seventh in the 500m with a time of 1:06.38


  • graduate student Halemot AdeyanjuSenior Hailey Marcellojuniors Abby O’Connorand Sydney Garrison and in the second year of study Marlin Voker Highlighting the qualifiers among women
  • Garrison and Adeyanju each finish sixth overall and will compete in their respective events
  • Garrison is seeded in the high jump with 1.63m, while Adeyanju finishes the 800m in 2:17.91
  • Voker will hit the blocks in the 200-meter dash just five days after his season-best time of 25.62 seconds at the Riverhawk Invitational
  • Marcello is looking to keep her top 10 finish streak going by entering the competition in ninth overall over the mile with a time of 5:10.72
  • O’Connor rounded out the top women’s 3000m qualifying with a time of 10:28.88


  • A season ago at the New England Championships, the Hawks tore up the track and set two school records during the two-day event
  • Senior Keith May ran the 1000m in 2:30.02, breaking Evan Jaworski’s then six-year mark
  • Adeyanju ran the 800m in 2:12.91 to break her own school record, set back at the 2020 America East Championships

The Hawks return to Boston to attend the two-day David Hemery Valentine Invite. The meeting is scheduled to take place at the Track & Tennis Center on the Boston University campus and will begin on Friday, February 10th.

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