Remillard shaved nearly three seconds off the program mark by crossing in a personal-best 15:04.41, beating the 2012 record of 15:07 set on the same track by John Longo.
Mike Didas finished the same course in 15:12.95, a personal-record by 19 seconds that marks the third-fastest time in program history.
The Red Dragons almost had another program record in the men’s distance medley relay as Tom Haskins, Micah Patterson, David Bohunicky and Andrew Bohunicky completed the event in 10:03.36.
Haskins also had the second-fastest program time in the mile, at 4:15.53. Andrew Bohunicky finished with the third-fastest time in program history in the same event, at 4:16.74.
David Bohunicky’s personal-best of 1:54.25 in an 800-meter heat also marked the second-best time in program history.
O-State also received personal bests from Joe Carr and Jake Alviene. Carr ran a 21.83 in the 200, which ranks second in program history and third among NCAA Division III men. Alviene’s 22.02 in the same event ranks 12th in D-III this season.
Danielle Kennedy paced Oneonta’s women with a school record of 17:32.56 in the 5K, beating her old record of 17:47.
Mary Kate Bida had the second-fastest time in program history in the 3K, which she finished in 10:26.75.
Alexandria Kober covered 36 feet, 5.75 inches in the triple jump, a college-best that ranks second in the SUNYAC and 19th in D-III.
The Red Dragons will compete at the Bomber Invitational this Saturday at Ithaca College.
WATER POLOTriton Invite
Britt Tait scored four goals Sunday to lead Hartwick to a 16-9 victory over Sonoma State on the second day of the UC Triton Invite at the University of California at San Diego.
Katie Ermakova contributed three goals for the Hawks, who received two goals from Lara Dendy Young. Lily Gall, Stephanie El Safty, Sami Capparelli, Cayley Tonkin, Devon Boyle, Jemma Dendy Young and Ricci Fergio also scored for Hartwick, which held a 9-6 lead at halftime.