Williamstown native Cameron Dobbins of Rutgers-Camden goes into the championship portion of the season doing some of the best sprinting of his life.
Dobbins won the 60-meter dash for the second straight year in a near-PR 6.93 and was a close second in the 200 behind Montclair State All-American George Alexandris with a PR 21.67 at the New Jersey Athletic Conference meet at Ocean Breeze.
The 21.67 broke the Rutgers-Camden school record of 21.80 that Dobbins set at least year’s NJAC meet, which he won.
He’ll contest both events and the 800-meter relay at the ECAC Division 3 Championships this weekend at the Armory. The NCAA Division 3 Championships follows in Boston later in March.
Dobbins ranks No. 23 nationally in the 60 with that 6.93 and he’s No. 11 in the 200 with that 21.67 at the Frank Colden Invite at Ursinus in Collegeville, Pa., earlier this month.
In the 60, Dobbins edged Rowan’s Julian Pratt from Camden High by 1-100th of a second. His PR and school record is 6.92 from the Gotham Cup last year at Ocean Breeze.
Dobbins had PRs of 10.99 and 22.55 outdoors at Williamstown High School and 6.53 in the 55.