HAVERFORD, Pa. -The Bryn Mawr indoor track and field team headed to their cross-town rival Haverford College earlier Saturday morning for their second meet of the season. The teams steady onslaught of top performers lead to their second place finish as a team. At the meet the team scored a total of 88 points and beat out Haverford College, Widener University and Eastern University.
In addition to the winners, we had 2 second place finishes Jennica (60H - 9.51s) and Natalia Phillip (SP - 11.57), as well as 2 3rd place finishes Terry again (200m - 27.91) and Katie Billings (HJ - 1.30m, PR).
Along with Terry's 3rd place finish, the 200m continued to be a strong event for the Owls as Tahawney Terrell ran 29.10 for a season best and a qualifying mark; Oliva Brintlinger-Conn lowered her season best (30.05), Georgia Nelson chimed in at 30.45, and Zoe Sego landed another PR in 32.87.
In the throws, Mecca Harris had a season best of 8.72 in the Shot Put and qualified for Conferences as well. Annna Kyle qualified in the mile with a time of 5:37.
"Despite the winter weather, the team was supported by Ashley Macina ('17), The Billings, the Edwards, and the Terrys. Many thanks to all who braved the storm and those who supported us from a far!"
The Owls will now get a chance to recover and continue training following their very busy fall semester. Bryn Mawr will return to action in the fourth week of January, as they will travel to Monmouth University for the Winter Collegiate Invitational.