Bowdoin's Kyle Hebert heads for a victory in the 400 at last weekend's Invitational meet against MIT, Tufts, Colby and Springfield. The Polar Bears men's team was third behind MIT and Springfield.
The women came in second behind MIT. Michele Kaufman was second in the 55 hurdles.
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