PRINCETON, N.J. - The second day of competition at Princeton's Larry Ellis Invitational saw the Dartmouth men's outdoor track & field team post some impressive finishes and season-best times.

The meet, which is one of the largest in the region during the spring, featured more than 200 collegiate and club teams and nearly 2,000 individual participants competing at Weaver Stadium.

Junior Connor Reilly (Niskayuna, N.Y.) set a new season-best time in the 100 meters, winning his heat and taking home fourth overall in 10.78 (-1.3). Brett Buskey (Blackstone, Mass.) also ran well in the 100, finishing 10th in a field of 40 competitors in 10.92.

Reilly also ran to a ninth-place showing in the in the 200, posting a second-place finish in his section with a 21.86.

Jalil Bishop (Twinsburg, Ohio) ran a 49.00 in the 400 meters to place 19th and win his heat.

The men's 4x400-meter relay team also posted a season-best time, finishing in 3:17.64. The four runners that comprised the Big Green's team were Bishop, Jonathan Brady (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.), Joseph Woiwode (Rockville, Md.) and Evan Bryant (Baltimore, Md.).

They won their heat, while placing 10th overall in a field of more than 30 teams.