After eight months of hard work and determination, Newbury College took Friday to recognize the accomplishments of many students in the annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony.
Nighthawks Track & Field competed for the second consecutive day, breaking five records on the day in the Black and Gold Invitational at Bryant University on Saturday afternoon.
Nighthawks freshman David Jean ran the 400-meter dash in a school record 53.38 seconds, taking first place and the top finisher of all Nighthawks in the Eastern Connecticut State Invitational to kick off the 2018 Outdoor Track & Field season.
Freshman Jahwuan Santiago enjoyed success in the field, matching two program records and on the track with one record. His 1.83-meter high jump placed him third while his long jump of 5.75 meters was good for 12th.
Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) broke a pair of program records in the Long Jump and Triple Jump, taking first place in both events on Saturday morning at the Mount Holyoke Spring Fling Invitational.