Dartmouth Women in Second After One Day of New Englands

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By: Pat Salvas

BOSTON – The Dartmouth women’s track & field team is in second place after one day of competition at the 2019 New England Indoor Championship Meet.

Held at the Reggie Lewis Track & Field Center, the Big Green have 41 points through Friday’s scored events.

•    Maria Garman won the women’s pentathlon with 3,572 points, earning 10 for her team. Her performance was powered by a win in the high jump (1.72m), second-place finishes in the shot put (10.25m), 800m (2:18.74) and 60m hurdles (9.16) and a fourth-place showing in the long jump (5.19m).
•    Anoush Krafian was third with 3,445 points, adding five to the Dartmouth total.
•    Sophomore Camille Landon was the winner in the high jump, clearing 1.71m on her first attempt at the height to earn the win.
•    Junior Cha’Mia Rothwell will run in the final of the 60m hurdles, qualifying with the fastest time in the preliminaries, crossing in 8.48.
•    Rothwell earned three points in the long jump with a sixth-place finish thanks to her 5.66m leap on her sixth and final attempt of the day.
•    The pole vault saw the Green and White earn nine combined points as Julia Valenti (3.80m) tied for second, while Olivia Goodwin (3.55m) tied for sixth with Brooke Brunet (3.55m).
•    Despite winning her flight, Lily Lockhart was seventh and added two points in the weight throw with a measured toss of 16.28m.
•    The Big Green will also have the following student-athletes moving on to Saturday’s final in their respective events: Nicole Deblasio (60m), Caroline Walter (400m), Katie Laskoski (400m) and Jackie Perron-Smith (500m).


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