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Track & Field Closes Out Fall Semester With New School Record

Jennica Terry competes at Ursinus in the 2017-18 season

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - The Owls track and field team was back in action earlier Friday afternoon at Wagner College, and Bryn Mawr made the most of their final competition of the fall semester. Bryn Mawr set a new school record in the sprint medley relay on the day, one of a handful of impressive performances on the day by the Owls.

The quartet of Anna Kyle, Carey Parker, Jennica Terry, and Kass Wojcik teamed up for that sprint medley relay performance on the day. The four posted a finish of 4:30.24, good enough to take fifth place overall in the event. The time also shattered the previous school record of 4:49.17 in the event, set all the way back in 2001.

Kyle went on to put on a tremendous performance in the 3k, setting a new personal record time of 10:40.18 to take second place in the event. Dorian Alexis also threw down a great showing in the mile, finishing third with a new personal record of 5:28.20.

In the 60 meter hurdles, Terry paced Bryn Mawr to a strong day with a solid time of 8.15. That time was good enough for ninth place in the event. Wojcik was close behind with a time of 8.60, which qualifies her for the Centennial Conference championship meet. Rebecca Britt, Ritvika Patodia, and Emily Britt each racked up personal records in the event as well.

Wojcik continued her strong day in the 300, finishing in 11th place overall with a personal record time of 43.63. Lydia Fisher also set a new personal record in the event with a 48.54.

In the 600, Parker found another personal record with a time of 1:50.79. Brooke Barton (6:12.32) set a new personal best in the mile, while Marien Richardson (12:29.55) did the same in the 3k.

On the field side, Zaynah Moen (7.84m) and Alexis Boutchie (6.06m) each set PRs in the weight throw. Boutchie set another PR in the shot put with a long of 7.85m, while Moen tossed a long of 6.92m.

The Owls will now be off for the holiday break before returning to action on January 18th at Susquehanna.

*The team was supported today be members of the Wojcik family. Many thanks to all who supported us at the meet this weekend and the many more who supported us from afar. - Coach Hewitt*