Group of 15 Added to Dartmouth Women's Programs

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By: Pat Salvas

HANOVER, N.H. – The Herbert ’30 and Marjorie Chase head coach of women’s track & field Sandy Ford-Centonze has announced the incoming members of her program who make up the Class of 2022.
 
A mix of sprinters, throwers, jumpers, middle distance and long distance runners have made their way to Hanover to be part of the Big Green track & field and cross country programs starting this fall.
 
In total, 15 individuals will make up the class from a variety of different backgrounds from across the country.
 
“A sport of centimeters and hundreds of a second, track and field requires a diverse group of student-athletes,” Ford-Centonze said.  “We are excited to welcome to the Big Green team a group of 15 young ladies from nine states and another from a Canadian province.  These women come from high school careers where they were state champions and national qualifiers, and we expect them to contribute to both the cross country and track teams.”
 
A complete breakdown of the Class of 2022 is as follows.
 

Name Hometown Personal Bests (Events)
Mallory Barnes Aliso Viejo, Calif. 12.13 (100m), 25.46 (200m)
Abb Burke Riverside, Calif. 5-10 (High Jump)
Isabella Chao Lafayette, Calif. 5:06.65 (1600m)
Zoe Dainton Hingham, Mass. 5-9 (High Jump)
Rachel Donner East Aurora, N.Y. 43-10.5 (Shot Put), 45-0.75 (Weight Throw)
Gabriela Fasanelli Ponte Verde Beach, Fla.  15.25 (100mH), 48.03 (300mIH)
Soleil Gaylord Telluride, Colo. 10:44.86 (3000m)
Breanna Glover Ravensdale, Wash. 2:15.49 (800m), 4:59.43 (1600m)
Kennedy Gochenour Logan, Iowa 121-5 (Javelin), 128-9 (Discus)
Muppy Gragg Lafayette, Calif. 18-1.5 (Long Jump), 25.26 (200m), 4632 (Heptathlon)
Anoush Krafian Winchester, Mass. 8.28 (55mH), 14.26 (100mH), 5-6 (High Jump)
Madekat Nobili Eastham, Mass. 5:05.71 (1600m)
MaryGrace Rittler Glenside, Pa. 10:05.10 (3000m)
Elizabeth Wilson Halifax, Nova Scotia 25.53 (200m) 57.94 (400m)
Veronica Winham Makawao, Hawaii 4:50.27 (1500m)

 
 

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