WEST CHESTER, Pa. - The Bryn Mawr track and field team was back in action earlier Saturday at the Bill Butler Invitational at West Chester. Plenty of Owls were back on the track or in the field on the afternoon, and the program even saw a new school record posted by sprint/hurdle star Jennica Terry.
Terry broke her own record in the 100 hurdles with a spectacular performance in the event. She raced to a time of 14.91 seconds, topping her previous record from a year ago by .06 of a second. Terry nearly toppled her own record in the 100 meter dash as well, just missing out on that mark by about a tenth of a second.
There were plenty of other very impressive performances from the Owls on the day. Bryn Mawr saw five more qualifying marks for the conference championship on the day, bumping their total up to 15 after two meets this season. Terry and Kass Wojcik qualified in the 100 dash, Julie Gonzales in the 100 hurdles, Kass in the 400, and Anna Kyle in the 3k steeplechase.
Gonzales and Eaglin also each improved on their performances from earlier this season in the pole vault and high jump, respectively.
Keep an eye out for full results on the track and field schedule here at GoBrynMawr.com.
*The Owls were supported today by the Billings, McDonnell, Terry, and Wojcik families along with many significant others. Many thanks to those who came to the meet and all who support us from afar. - Coach Hewitt*