Teams: Women's Track & Field:
Schedule & Results
JUMBOS 15TH WITH REDUCED SQUAD AT ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS
COLLEGE WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD RESULTS
ECAC Division III Indoor Championships
At Bowdoin College
Friday-Saturday, March 5-6, 2004
BRUNSWICK, Me. -- With many of their top competitors resting, the Tufts University women's indoor track & field team scored 22 points for 15th place at the ECAC Division III championships hosted by Bowdoin College on Friday and Saturday. Next up for head coach Kristen Morwick's team is the NCAA National Championship Meet on March 12-13 at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
At the ECACs, Tufts did most of its scoring in the relays. The 4x800 group of sophomore
Daniela Fairchild (Somerset, MA), junior Katie Sheedy (Reading, MA), senior captain
Katie Higley (Raymond, ME) and freshman Samantha Moland (Londonderry, NH) finished third behind Trinity and Geneseo State with a time of 9 minutes, 38.33 seconds. In the 4x200, sophomore Jillian Warner, freshman
MacKenzie Rawcliffe (Winterport, ME), freshman Jessica Mactas (New Canaan, CT) and sophomore
Molly Whittington (Lenoir, NC) placed fourth with a 1:51.38 time. The Distance Medley team of sophomore
Rebecca Ades (Shelburne, VT), sophomore Megan Sears (Washington Depot, CT), freshman
Sarah Crispin (Auburn, ME) and senior captain Lauren Caputo (Belmont, MA) placed fifth in 12:11.33.
Scoring individually for the Jumbos at the meet was freshman Kate Makai (Brookfield, CT) in the 500 meters with a 1:21.32 time for fifth place. Junior pentathlete
Melissa Graveley (Schenectady, NY) was sixth in her event with a total of 2,597 points.
Geneseo won the ECAC title with 65 points, followed closely by Wheaton College with 60 points.
At the NCAA championships, four Jumbos will be in action. Senior captain
Jessica Trombly (Nashua, NH) will compete in the 400 meters and in the 55 meter hurdles. Junior
Sika Henry (Upper Montclair, NJ) is entered in the high jump. They both will run, along with senior captain
Emily Bersin (Orleans, MA) and sophomore Rachel Bloom (Sharon, MA), in the 4x400 meter relay. They enter the national meet ranked second in the country in the event.