The Princeton men's distance medley relay set an Ivy League record on Friday, March 2 at the Alex Wilson Invitational at Notre Dame.
The relay of senior Trevor Van Ackeren, sophomore Tom Hopkins, sophomore Michael Williams and junior Peter Calahan ran 9:31.95.
Van Ackeren ran a 2:54.9 in the opening leg with Hopkins running 46.8 in the second. Williams ran 1:49.9 in the third leg with Callahan bringing up the final leg at 4:00.1.
The time is nearly four seconds faster than the Ivy record which was set by Princeton last year at this same meet. That relay was composed of Van Ackeren, junior Russell Dinkins, Mike Eddy '11 and Mark Amirault '11 and ran 9:35.02.
The Tigers record setting times didn't end on Saturday.
On Friday, senior Joe Stilin ran 3:59.98 in the mile at the Last Chance Meet at the Armory on Saturday. He is the second Tiger this season to run a sub-4-minute mile, joining Callahan who ran 3:58.76 a few weeks ago.
Senior Donn Cabral also ran a PR of 4:00.30 in the mile in preparation for the NCAA Championship next week, when he'll take on the 5,000.
Freshman Adam Bragg was the top collegiate pole vaulter, as he cleared 4.95 meters (16-2.75), matching his personal record and reaching the mark for the first time in a collegiate meet.