ECAC Weekend for Women's Track and Field

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PHILADELPHIA - There are nearly 20 members of the University of Pennsylvania women's indoor track and field team eligible to compete for the Quakers at the ECAC Championships on Saturday and Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston, Mass.

The meet begins Saturday morning at 9 a.m., with the pentathlon, which features sophomore Morgan Wheeler. Track comptetition begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday with the 60-meter hurdles. The first day of action concludes with the 4x800-meter relay at 4:40 p.m. The final day starts at 1 p.m., with the finals of the 60-meter hurdles. The 2011 ECAC team champion will be crowned at 3:40 p.m.

Last week, the Quakers placed seventh at the 2011 Indoor Heptagonal Championships in New York City. Piper earned All-Ivy honors as the runner-up with the fastest time in Penn history in the 60-meter hurdles. Her effort of 8.64 topped the old school record of 8.75 - set by Piper on Saturday, which beat out Jeanette Curtis' time of 8.78 from 2006. Piper also placed fourth in the 60 meters with a career-best time of 7.69. That mark is the third-best time in school history and earned the Quakers four more points.

Last season at the ECAC's senior Jamie Massarelli won the ECAC title in the 500 meters with the second-fastest time in school history. Of the 52 teams that were able to score at the meet, Penn finished 16th with 17.75 points. All four Quakers that competed on the final day of competition, as well as the 4x800 relay team, scored. It was the best team finish for Penn at the indoor ECAC Championships since the Red and Blue finished ninth in 2006.

Complete results from the meet will be available on shortly after the conclusion of Sunday's events.