It's a flat track and a fairly slow flat track. He ran a 21.47 200 on a flat track. THat converts to a 21.09 using the NCAAs .9824 conversion.
For the 500, he ran 62.19 which is a school record and using the *0.9848 conversion gets you a 61.25, which is #3 in the NCAA.
The idea that this will the last time indoor Heps is run at Dartmouth is disgraceful. The coaches think they need to run it on a banked track even though hardly anyone a) goes to NCAAs or b) qualifies at a conference meet if they do go.
It's wonderful to for the athletes and fans to get to see all the different campuses. They should try to go to as many schools as possible and keep the tradition of the heps rotation alive.