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Owls Making Noise In Regional Rankings

Jennica Terry, Anna Kyle, Julie Gonzales, and Kass Wojcik in action as the Owls ranked in the top 25 regionally to this point in the season

BRYN MAWR, Pa. - The Bryn Mawr track and field team is headed into their final couple of weekends of the regular season, and the Owls have already made plenty of noise in the Centennial Conference and throughout the Mideast Region. Currently, four different Owls athletes are ranked in the top 25 of the Mideast Region in various events thanks to their performances so far in 2019.

Jennica Terry's 100 meter hurdle performance at the Bill Butler Invitational earlier in April stands as the second-fastest time in the region in that event. Her time of 14.91 seconds shattered her own school record in the event, and it is also the fastest time in the Centennial Conference so far this season as well. Terry also sits at 18th in the 100 meter dash with a time of 12.84 seconds and 47th in the 200 with a 27.06.

Anna Kyle has put on a fantastic showing this season as well, as she is ranked 16th in the region in the 3000 meter steeplechase. Kyle's time of 12:00.22 in that event is fourth-fastest in the conference as well. The junior is also ranked 48th in the region in the 1500 after last weekend's strong time at the Osprey Open.

Julie Gonzales has been a force in the pole vault ever since she arrived at Bryn Mawr, and her fourth season has been no different. The senior holds the 17th spot in the regional rankings in the event thanks to her high of 3.05 meters earlier this season. That is also the fourth-best mark in the Centennial Conference, and Gonzales also holds the 17th-fastest 100 hurdles time in the conference as well.

First-year Kass Wojcik has turned plenty of heads herself on the track this season; she holds the 24th-fastest 400 hurdles time in the region at 1:09.53. That is the fifth-fastest mark in the conference in that event, and she also holds the 21st, 10th, and 15th fastest 100, 200, and 400 meter times respectively in the league.

Several other Owls, such as Katie Billings, Rachel Eaglin, and Emily Darrow have broken into the Centennial Conference top 50 or are on the verge of potentially cracking the regional top 25 list. You can check out the full listing of both of these rankings at the following links:

Centennial Conference rankings - https://www.tfrrs.org/lists/2581/Centennial_Conference_Outdoor_Performance_List/2019/o?gender=f
Mideast Region Rankings - https://www.tfrrs.org/lists/2612/DIII_Mideast_Region_Performance_List/2019/o?gender=f#event5

The Owls will be in action tomorrow at the Greyhound Invitational at Moravian College. Then, next weekend, Bryn Mawr will travel to central PA for the Blue Jay Tune-Up at Elizabethtown College. That will take the Owls into the week of the Centennial Conference Championship, which is slated to start on Friday, May 3rd and will be hosted this year by Muhlenberg College.