Freshman Jahwuan Santiago enjoyed success in the field, matching two program records and on the track with one record. His 1.83-meter high jump placed him third while his long jump of 5.75 meters was good for 12th.
Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) broke a pair of program records in the Long Jump and Triple Jump, taking first place in both events on Saturday morning at the Mount Holyoke Spring Fling Invitational.
Nighthawks sophomore Jarrod Smith (Watertown, N.Y.) took fifth place in the men's triple jump while freshman Casey Horner (Butler, N.J.) took home 12th place in the 400 meters in the Nighthawks second outdoor event of the season; the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs Invitational.
Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) earned first place in the Women's Triple Jump, leaping a personal best 10.98 meters at the Gordon Kelly Invite hosted by MIT on Saturday morning in the Nighthawks final indoor meet of the season.
Numerous Nighthawks set PRs on Saturday afternoon at the John Thomas Terrier Classic, hosted by Boston University. Senior Christopher Beaudoin (Bristol, Conn.) had the biggest improvement of all the Nighthawks, improving his 800 meter PR by over nine second, running the half-mile in 2:31.66.