Previously No. 2 on Fredonia's Top 10 list, Collins ran 14:25.03 on Friday to eclipse Bernie Prabucki's 14:31.10 from April 1983. It was an improvement of over seven seconds by Collins, whose previous-best time was 14:32.57 last spring.
Collins finished sixth in the race and earned three team points. He was first among all NCAA Division III runners entered.
Fredonia runners set two other personal-bests Friday: sophomore Ethan Francis (Dunkirk, N.Y.) with a 15:12.50 in the 5,000 meters and junior Merlin Joseph Jr. (Binghamton, N.Y.) with 3:58.40 in the 1,500 meters.
Added to the 1,500-meter list were senior Bonnie Binggeli (Walworth, N.Y.) and sophomore Carly DeBono (Medford, N.Y.). Binggeli moved up to third with a time of 4:48.71 while DeBono cracked the list at No. 10 in 4:55.56. Both were personal-bests.
In the 5,000 meters, sophomore Hannah Kurbs (Lockport, N.Y.) clocked in at No. 3 with a time of 18:12.68. Right behind in the No. 4 spot is sophomore Brenna Donovan (Youngstown, N.Y.), who came in at 18:24.62. Again, both are personal-bests
Feldman was entered in the 10th and final heat, a presumptive final which also included the top three finishers and five of the top eight. Feldman was the top NCAA D-3 finisher, behind winner Bethany Evankovich of D-1 Duquesne -- winning time of 54.96 seconds -- and two women from D-2 schools.
Feldman, a Southwestern High School graduate, added her name to the list of potential 2017 NCAA outdoor qualifiers. Her time Saturday would have ranked 13th fastest in the division coming into the weekend.
In other events Saturday, Merlin Joseph Jr. (Binghamton, N.Y.) ran a personal-best 1:57.14 in themen's 800 meters. Also, Trent Howard (Dewittville, N.Y.) moved up to eighth in the outdoor men's pole vault with a clearance of 4.35 meters (14 feet, 3 1/4 inches).