Stephanie Williams Wins Fourth Consecutive 60m Race
Williams, who has yet to lose a 60m race this season, tallied her fourth win in the event with a BIG EAST qualifying time of 7.94m. She went on to take second place in the 200m with a time of 24.96, surpassing the conference standard 25.50.
Mary Cate Quiett earned her first win in the 800m this season with a time of 2:17.69. Quiett currently holds the school record in the event with a time of 2:11.
Terah Cheatham picked up her first BIG EAST nod of the season in the mile run with a fifth place time of 5:07.42.
Also earning BIG EAST qualifying marks was Virginia MacFabe, whose season-best weight throw of 15.49m put her in fourth place. Melissa Fraser finished just one spot behind her with a throw of 15.07m.
The 4x400m relay team of Kelcie Daniels, Jessica Rodriguez, Quiett, and Willams took second place, with a time of 4:04.86.
In the men’s competition, Joe Strawder placed second in the long jump, leaping a distance of 6.84m. The mark is Strawder’s third conference qualifying jump of the season.
In the 200m, Gilbert Lifton lowered his season-best time to 22.63 to place second. Tristan Stager, Patrick Smith, and Jamil Chammas all placed in the top-ten with times of 22.87, 22.91, and 23.30, respectively.
Gabe Harris, as well as Lifton, placed in the top-ten in the 400m. Harris recorded a fourth place time of 49.40, while Lifton placed sixth behind a time of 49.75. Both marks meet the conference standards of 49.84.
Millar earned his fourth conference qualifying mark of the season in the weight throw, hitting a distance of 16.91m for fourth place.
The Blue Demons return to action Friday, Jan. 23, when they travel to