Jennica Terry Beats Own School Record at Frank Colden Invitational

Jennica Terry Beats Own School Record at Frank Colden Invitational

COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. - The Bryn Mawr Track and Field team kicked off their weekend Saturday afternoon at the Frank Colden Invitational held at Ursinus College. The day was highlighted by several season best and individual PR's including freshman Jennica Terry in the 60 meter hurdles who carved a spot in the Bryn Mawr record books. 

SPRINTS

Tara Holman made finals in the 60m Dash with a 8.37, her Season Best.
 
Casandra Paiz also PR'd in the event finishing in a time of 10.42.
 
In the 60 meter hurdles Jennica Terry posted a very strong performance. In the trials Terry finished  second overall in a time of 9.60, which put her into the finals. She followed the effort with another excellent second place finish to break the school record with a time of 9.37. Shortly after the 200m saw Jennica Terry out in front, placing third 27.82 in a competitive field of 50 participants. Season Bests came from Tahawney Terrell and Zoe Sego as well. 
 
Olivia Brintlinger-Conn was the sole Owl in the 400m, but she mustered an new indoor PR at 1:09.13.
 
JUMPS
 
Rachel Greene finished off the meet with a 3rd place finish and huge Indoor PR (5.10m). Katie Billings set a new PR over at High Jump and qualified for Conferences as well.
 
THROWS
Natalia Phillip locked in a fourth place finish in the Shot Put with a best throw of 11.34.
 
DISTANCE
 
Julie Gonzales finished 12th with a 9'0" Jump in the Pole Vault, while Noor Banihashem Ahmad had her season best (9.46m) in Triple Jump.
 
Stellar performance by Evelyn Ferrall (2:37.65) and Emily Darrow in the 800m (PR- 3:13.36), as well as solid outings from Kate Edwards and Anna. Triumphant return to the track for Allegra Wham and a great lead out from Emily Haller (PR-6:23.03) in the mile as well. Campbell Powell finished the night on the track with a 12:19 3k  (SB ).
 
"The team was supported at the meet by the Billings, the Darrows, the Greenes, the Edwards, and the Reillys. Many thanks to all who were able to make the trip to Collegeville and the many more who supported us from afar."
Bryn Mawr will look to continue its momentum into next Friday's at they head to the NYU Invitational and NYC Armory. Action is set to begin at 2:00 PM.