BOSTON - The Southern Connecticut State University men's indoor track and field team continued its reign of dominance within the Northeast-10 Conference on Thursday. The Owls captured their ninth consecutive NE-10 indoor championship and 17th overall NE-10 track and field title, which also encompasses the eight straight outdoor crowns.

Leading the charge for the Owls were several student athletes that placed first in their respective event.

Nicholas Fedor and A.J. Guerra claimed the top two spots with throws of 17.40 meters and 17.27 meters, respectively. In the 1000 meters, Selasi Lumax won with a time of 2:29.43.

Senior Patrick Waszczak finished first in the pole vault with a height of 4.70 meters, while freshman Nelson Laskoski finished second with a height of 4.55 meters.

Senior Nana Ocran took first in the 55-meter dash with a time of 6.43.

The Southern Connecticut state University 4x400 team finished just six-hundredths of a second off the lead in second with a time of 3:21. The team consisted of Ocran, Rudolph Cowan, Twayne Forth, and Stenson Jean-Baptiste.

Logan Sharpe finished second in the 500-meter run with a time of 1.04.82.

Joseph Poulsen took second in the 3000 meters with a time of 8:41.90.

Stonehill College finished second. American International College was third.