Women's Track Returns to Action at Beantown Challenge
Holy Cross Athletics 01-11-2019
The Holy Cross women’s track and field team will compete for the first time in 2019 with an appearance at the Beantown Challenge, hosted by Harvard, on Saturday, January 12.
LAST TIME OUT:
- The Crusaders last competed more than a month ago at the URI Pentathlon on December 7 and the Howlin’ Husky Invitational on December 8.
- Sophomore Christa Jay Moore won the pole vault at the Husky Invite, with an ECAC-qualifying mark of 3.75 meters. She was named the Patriot League Field Athlete of the Week for her efforts.
- Freshman Eva McCool-Guglielmo also posted a New England-qualifying mark of 11.22 meters in the triple jump, finishing in third place. She additionally qualified for the finals of the 60 meter hurdles, finishing in eighth with a time of 9.53 seconds.
- Junior Morgan Sanders had the best finish of the day at the URI Pentathlon, placing sixth with a score of 3,057 points.
- Holy Cross competed at the Beantown Challenge on January 13, 2018, placing sixth as a team.
- Isabella DiMare broke the school record in the 60 meter hurdles, posting a time of 8.70 en route to a third-place finish. She additionally placed third in the 60 meter dash, clocking in at 25.38 seconds.
- Allie Smiley and Alexandra Curtin finished third and fourth, respectively, in the long jump.
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