Women’s Track and Field Wins Mount Laurel Invitational, Men Finish Third

Women’s Track and Field Wins Mount Laurel Invitational, Men Finish Third

SEWANEE, Tenn. - The Sewanee track and field teams concluded the regular season on Friday night with the Mountain Laurel Twilight Invitational. The women's team won the event with a score of 150, while the men finished third.

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CLASS OF 2019!
-During the meet on Friday, seniors Sarah Board, Hannah Faulkner, Adriana Hibarra, Kalon Johnson, Katie HallKelsie Schiavone, and Meredith Stuber were recognized.

TOP FEMALE PERFORMERS
-Meredith Stuber ran a 13.52-second performance in the 100 meters to win the event. Running in her first 100 meters on the season, the senior is the 22nd-fastest in the conference.

-In the 200 meters, Stuber collected the win in that event as well with a 27.52-second time. Despite not being a season-best time, her 26.91-second time last week at Berry is ninth in the conference and 40th in the South/Southeast Region.

-In the 100 hurdles, the Stuttgart, Germany native picked up her third win of the meet. Recording a 16.88-second mark in the event, it is a personal best, and the time is ranked sixth in the league and 30th regionally.

-Kelsie Schiavone won the 400 meters with a 1:01.34 mark. The senior remains at fourth in the league and 18th in the region with her season-best time of 1:00.66.

-Taking home the win in the 1,500 meters was Clay McKnight, who ran a 5:11.07 time. The sophomore is ninth in the SAA and 37th in the South/Southeast Region with a 4:58.72 mark in the event.

-In the 3,000 steeplechase, Perry Gresham knocked off 20 seconds off her personal best with a 13:19.92 time in the event. The time moves her up to 12th in the league in the event.

-In the pole vault, Anna Hubbard cleared 2.75 meters for a third place finish. Missing her career-best by a tenth of a meter, the freshman is eighth in the conference and 31st in the region in the field event.

-Before running to a 13.58-second sprint in the 100 meters, Haven Watson took home second place in the long jump. The junior cleared 4.77 meters, missing her career-best by 0.11 meters. Jumping in her first event of 2019, the Cincinnati, Ohio native is 13th in the SAA in the event.

TOP MALE PERFORMERS
-Ash Midyett won the 800 meters with a time of 1:58.73, missing his season-best by 0.67 seconds. The junior, with a season-best mark of 1:58.06, is ranked sixth in the league and 28th in the South/Southeast Region.

-Letherio Jones ran to a second place finish in the 400 meters with a 53.30-second mark. The sophomore is ranked sixth in the SAA and 41st in the South/Southeast Region with a 51.05-second time earlier this year.

-Bram Atkins won the 3,000 steeplechase with a 10:24.84, a personal best mark. The sophomore, improving his time by six seconds from last week at Berry, has the seventh-fastest time in the SAA and is 32nd in the region.

-Joshua Bryant missed his season-best by 0.16 seconds with a 12.32-second time in the 100 meters, while Dillon Spann set a new personal mark in the 200 at 24.32 seconds.

-Miles Martin won the 110 hurdles at 17.13 seconds, while Rob Ritchie ran a season-best time in the 1,500 meters at 4:41.19.

UP NEXT
Sewanee will turn their attention to the Southern Athletic Association Championships, beginning next Friday, April 26 at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark.

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