Track and Field Finishes Third At Elizabethtown

Track and Field Finishes Third At Elizabethtown

ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. - The Bryn Mawr track and field team was back in action earlier Saturday, with the team taking part in one final meet before getting in action at the Centennial Conference Championships next weekend. Despite sending a small crew to the Blue Jay Tune Up meet at Elizabethtown College, there were still plenty of notable finishes for the Owls.

Jennica Terry posted a season best in the 200 meter dash, finishing in a time of 26.74 and good for second place. In the 100 meter hurdles Terry finished first in both prelims and finals with a best time of 15.42. Julie Gonzalez was also in th event and saw a fourth place finish in finals in a time of 18:40. In the pole vault Gonzales claimed second place with a best jump of 2.90 meters.

After a strong performace at Penn Relays, Rachel Greene competed in both the long and triple jump earlier saturday afternoon and won both events. In the long jump Greene PR'd, posting a best jump of 5.11 meters and in the triple jump Greene put together a best jump of 10.62 meters. All together Greene scored 20 points for the Owls.

In the 1500 the Owls saw Anna Kyle take charge and finish with a PR of 5:06.79. Her performance surpassed her previous season best by nearly two seconds and landed her a third place finish. Anna George posted a consistent time in the 5000 and finished in the middle of the pack at 21:48.48.

Kate Billings was the sole Owl to race in the 100 meter dash and finished 7th overall at 13.80.

Natalia Phillip was another Owl to have a short turn around after competing at Penn Relays. In the shot put Phillip claimed a season best and saw a third place finish with a best throw of 12.05 meters. In the discus throw Phillip finished just short of her season best in the event at 36.08 meters.

Halena Martin competed in three events for the Owls. In the shot put Martin saw a seventh place finish with a best throw of 10.10 meters. In the discus, Martin saw a season best of 31.09 meters, good for sixth place overall. And in the Javelin throw Martin claimed third place with a best throw of 32.72 meters.

Centennial Conference Championships start Friday, May 4th and are hosted this year in Lancaster by Ursinus College .