COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. - Bryn Mawr's track and field team was back in action on Saturday with plenty of impressive performances at Ursinus in the Frank Colden Invite.
Jennica Terry earned a second place finish in the 60 hurdles, just missing out on the top spot by .01 of a second. Terry took that second place finish with a time of 9.13 seconds. In the 60 meter dash, Terry took eighth place, running the fifth-fastest D-III time at 8.23 seconds. Kass Wojcik just missed a season best with an 8.49, while Zaynah Moen did set a new season best with a 9.32. Rebecca Britt also ran a season best by .01 with a 9.78-second performance.
Wojcik did go on to get a season best in the 200 dash, running a sparkling 27.08 to beat her previous best by over two tenths of a second. That finish also gave Wojcik 10th place in the event. Terry finished close behind with a time of 28.03.
Anna Kyle also took second in the 5k, posting a finish of 19:08 to take the penultimate spot. Cecilia White joined Kyle in the event, claiming 12th and smashing her season best in the process with a 20:51.
In the 400, Amelia McDonnell shattered her season best by almost a full second, crossing the line in 1:08.19. Carey Parker also smashed her season best in the mile by over 20 seconds, running a 5:55.88 to take 22nd in that crowded event. Marien Richardson finished just a few spots behind, with the first-year also picking up a season best time. Evelyn Fort, Camryn Karis-Sconyers, and Zoe Shinefield each also posted season bests in the event.
Eliza Lehman and Emily Darrow each netted season bests in the 3k. In the high jump, Margaret Hardigg took third place, clearing a high of 1.42 meters. In the shot put, Zaynah Moen set another new season best, tossing a long of 7.85 meters. Ritvika Patodia also put together a strong performance in the indoor pentathlon on the day, totalling 1153 points across the five events.
The Owls will now be off from competition next weeknd before returning to action on February 21st at the Keogh Invitational at Haverford.