Teams: Women's Track & Field: Schedule & Results
MULTIPLE WINNERS LIFT JUMBOS TO DOMINATING VICTORY
COLLEGE WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD RESULTS
Tufts Invitational II
Saturday, January 20, 2007
At Medford, MA
|Sarah Crispin - Won the 800 meters and ran a
strong 1,200 leg in the DMR on Saturday
MEDFORD -- With several of its top competitors resting or sick, the
Tufts University women's track & field team still issued a dominating
performance at the second Tufts indoor invitational at the Gantcher
Center. Scoring 142 points, the Jumbos were first out of 16 teams and 48
points ahead of second-place Bates.
Several Jumbos won individually and with relays. Freshman Logan
Crane (Portland, ME) was first in the 55 meter dash (7.59 seconds)
and also won the long jump with a top distance of 16 feet, three inches.
She also ran the third leg of the 4 x 200 meter relay
with sophomore Aubrey Wasser (Richmond, VT), sophomore Halsey
Stebbins (Chicago, IL) and freshman Andrea Ferri (Dracut, MA).
They put down a time of 1 minute, 49.83 seconds for a victory.
Junior Kaleigh Fitzpatrick (Lynnfield, MA), just back from a
semester abroad in Ireland, was a big scorer for the Jumbos. She won the
triple jump with a distance of 34 foot, five inches, and was second in
the 400 meter dash with a 1:01.32 finish. Her lead leg in
the 4 x 400 meter relay helped the Jumbos win the race in a 4:09.06
time. She was followed by Wasser, Ferri and sophomore Jackie Ferry
(Studio City, CA). Wasser was also runner-up in the 200
Senior tri-captains Sarah Crispin (Auburn, ME) and Kate
Makai (Brookfield, CT) ran first and second in the 800 meters, with
Crispin winning in 2:19.25 and Makai following in 2:21.99. Crispin also gave the DMR a huge lead with a 3:48 for the
1,200-meter leg. The Jumbos also got a victory from sophomore
Paula Dormon (Brockton, MA) in the shot put, with her best toss
landing at 38' 3 1/2".