Guerrera takes the leaderboard in NEC and holds 13th spot in the nation in 800 meter debut

Guerrera takes the leaderboard in NEC and holds 13th spot in the nation in 800 meter debut

Boston, MA. - The Sacred Heart Men's Track & Field Program competed at the John Thomas Terrier Invitational at Boston University Track and Field Center on Saturday

Connor Rog was the collegiate winner in the men's 5000 meters, where he crossed the line in a time of 14:21.28 to break the school record previously held by recent graduate Sean Ferguson. Rog's best time of the season was an IC4A and New England qualifying performance, that also currently ranks him 19th in all of Division 1. Rog is the leader in both the 5000 and 3000 in the Northeast Conference.

Trevor Guerrera shaved more than a second off of his personal best in the 800 meters, crossing the line in 1:48.75, just shy of the school record. In his 800 debut, he has now qualified for the IC4A and New England championships, while taking the leaderboard in the NEC. In all of Division 1, Guerrera currently holds the 13th spot in the nation this season. The top 16 runners qualify for the National Championship in March.
Joshua Beloff set a new indoor personal best in the 200 meters (22.11), finishing in a time that surpasses both the IC4A and New England standard.
Michael Kearns had a season best throw in the Men's Shot Put. His mark of 49'11.75 ft is a New England qualifier and 3rd in NEC rankings.
Giuseppe DeLucia cleared his best height of the season in the pole vault, setting a new indoor personal best of 14'7.25 ft. He now ranks 4th in the NEC.
The Pioneers are back in action Friday, Feb. 3. at the 13th Annual Yale University Giegengack Invitational in New Haven, CT