Two school records fell Friday as the Washington University women’s track and field team claimed first place at the Rose-Hulman Twilight Meet in Terre Haute, Ind. The men’s team finished third. Sophomore Sarah Fisher beat her own school record in the 3,000-meter steeplechase by running the fastest time in Division III this year, 10:40.00.
The Washington University men’s and women’s track and field teams attended the Bob Keck Invitational at Illinois Wesleyan University, competing against hard teams including Division I Illinois State. Though the Bears left Bloomington, Ill., without winning the meet, the team brought home school records that showed improvement in several events.
The Washington University men’s and women’s track and field teams finished in fourth and first place, respectively, at the ninth annual Rose-Hulman Engineer Track and Field Invitational Saturday in Terre Haute, Ind. The women’s side won with a score of 149 points, besting runner-up Monmouth College by 22 points.
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With the weather wreaking havoc on the Bushyhead Track, the Washington University men’s and women’s track and field teams began their spring seasons on Friday at the Washington University Mini Meet.
Last weekend at North Central College, senior Molly Schlamb, junior Sangeeta Hardy and sophomores Erica Jackey and Liz Phillips set the school record for the women’s distance medley relay.
Both the women’s distance medley relay and the men’s 4×400 meter relay posted new school records as the Washington University track and field squads finished in second place at the North Central College Cardinal Classic in Naperville, Ill., over the weekend. The women’s team of senior Molly Schlamb, sophomores Erica Jackey and Liz Phillips, and junior Sangeeta Hardy ran the event in 11:51.32.
Sophomore Dan Davis finally reached his automatic qualifying time for the 55-meter hurdles, while setting a new Washington University indoor record in the process with a time of 7.53 seconds, en route to another victory at Monmouth College. But Davis, who broke his own record set last week, was more excited about the meet’s implications for this season.
Led by graduate student Pierre Hoppenot, senior Chris Malaya and sophomore Dan Davis, the Washington University men’s track and field team took second place at the Rose-Hulman Engineer Invitational this weekend in Terre Haute, Ind., while the women’s team finished third.
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