BRUNSWICK — Paced by a 1-2 finish in the 60-meter hurdles, the University of Southern Maine women’s track and field team placed second among the five teams competing Saturday at Farley Field House in the Bowdoin College Invitational.

With 12 top three finishes, the Huskies tallied 113 points to finish runner-up to regional power M.I.T. which scored 239 points. Tufts University was third with 101 points, followed by host Bowdoin with 76 and Merrimack College with 43. Senior Neka Dias won the 60 hurdles with a time of 9.32 seconds. Classmate Liz O’Neal of Brunswick was right behind with a time of 9.48. O’Neal was also in the 4×200-meter relay foursome that posted the best time of 1:46.76.

Adding fourth-place finishes were seniors Jasmine Boyle of Brunswick in the 1,000 meters and Briana Pina in the weight throw. Boyle had a career best time in the 1,000 with her time of 3:05.39.

The Huskies will participate on Saturday in the USM Open III at 11 a.m.