Teams: Women's Track & Field: Schedule & Results
CRANE'S DOUBLE VICTORY IS HIGHLIGHT OF BOWDOIN MEET
COLLEGE WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD RESULTS
Saturday, January 27, 2007
At Brunswick, ME
BOSTON -- With
the the Tufts women's track & field team split between Boston University
and Bowdoin this weekend, the group that went to Bowdoin logged some
fine performances though it didn't have the fire power to score well.
Freshman Logan Crane (Portland, ME) was again a double winner,
taking the 55 meters (7.59 seconds) and long jump (16 feet, 1 1/2
inches) for the second straight meet. Senior Jess Mactas (New Canaan,
CT) added her collegiate bests in the 55 meters and long jump with
marks of 7.74 and 15' 4 3/4".
Senior tri-captain Maggie Clary (Grantham, NH) ran a
season-best in the 800m at 2:26.89. Both junior Ana Hoyos (Saratoga
Springs, NY) and sophomore Betsy Aronson (Minneapolis, MN)
ran great races in the 3000 meters, with college PRs of 11:14.07 and
Junior Joyce Uang (Medford, MA) won the high jump with a leap
of 4' 11 3/4", impressive given that she just returned from India.
Junior Jenna Weir (New York, NY) added a third in the long jump
(16' 1/4") and a second in the triple jump (33' 3"). Sophomore Paula
Dormon (Brockton, MA) threw the shot put 38' 7 3/4" for second
Freshman Kerry Virgien (Los Angeles, CA) qualified for the
pentathlon by doing all five events this weekend (the 800m at BU Friday
night, and the high jump, long jump, shot put, and 55 hurdles on
Saturday at Bowdoin).