CLAREMONT, Calif. — Colby College junior Dom Kone won his second national championship this year.

Kone won the 100-meter dash at the NCAA Division III Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday in 10.24 seconds. He tied for the third-fastest time in NCAA Division III history in the event and has the second-fastest time in the history of the Division III championships. Derrick Rippy of Mount Union ran the fastest 100 in DIII history with a time of 10.18 in 1983. Lincoln’s Chas Clemons set the meet record of 10.19 in 2002.

Kone set a Burns Stadium record Saturday, breaking the mark of 10.28 set by Jerome Avery in 2004.

During the indoor season, Kone won the national championship in the 60.

Saturday, Oneonata State’s Sean Bernstein finished second with a time of 10.44.

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