Sophomore distance runner Trey Razanauskas of the Case Western Reserve University men's track and field team set a new school-record in the 5,000-meter run at the Dr. Keeler Invitational hosted by North Central University in Naperville, Illinois on Thursday evening.
With a time of 14:24.91, Razanauskas finished competition in fourth place. The time bested Sam Merriman's time of 14:29.93 set back in 2017.
Prior to Thursday's competition, Razanauskas' best time in the event was a 15:02.42 set at the 2019 UAA Outdoor Championships. His time of 14:24.91 currently ranks 12th among all NCAA Division III competitors.
Also competing at the invitational, junior Grant McCarthy finished 27th in the 10,000-meter run with a time of 32:45.42.
Junior Michael Hradesky and freshman Logan Singer are scheduled to compete on Friday at the Dr. Keeler Invite. In addition, select members of the Spartans track and field team will also be competing at the Harrison Dillard Twilight in Berea, Ohio, as they try to improve on their qualifying marks for the 2019 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.