The Butler men had a pair of seventh-place finishes during the NJCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships this weekend, which was held at BG Products Veterans Sports Complex.
Grizzly freshman Tavarius Wright had the top individual performance by placing seventh in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.40 seconds.
Sophomore Lewis Cain finished eighth in the men's decathlon with 5,735 points. Cain's best performance came in the discus, as he had the third-best throw of 32.32 meters (106'-0"). He also finished fifth in the long jump (6.58m / 21'-7 14") and pole vault (3.60m / 11'-9 3/4") events of the decathlon.
Butler sophomore Nick Nece placed eighth in the javelin, with a top throw of 55.82 meters (183'-2").
Freshman Michael Tolds finished in an eighth-place tie in the high jump, clearing 2.03 meters (6'-8").
Butler scored 6.5 points as a team, finishing 25th overall at the meet.