Women's Track and Field Completes Wake Forest Open


Day One recap

WINSON-SALEM, N.C.--The women's track and field team wrapped up the Wake Forest Open, Saturday in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Catrina Chisholm set the third-best Penn mark throwing the hammer 50.22m, good for 11th in the event. Charli Tabler also threw, marking a distance of 39.23m (29th).

Shaunee Morgan ran the second-fastest time in Penn’s 200m history—24.49—but was shy of her personal and Penn’s best 24.05 set last season.

The Quakers ran six others in the 200m dash—Jamie Massarelli (25.95), Laura McDaniel (26.04), Kelly Allred (26.11), Halloran Cope (26.58), Brittany Middlebrooks (26.83) and Kara Kopp (27.52).

Claire Kim was the lone Quaker in the 1,500m run finishing 24th with a time of 4:43.93. She also ran the 3000m run and finished between Kinjal Parikh (10:18.02, 8th) and Jacqueline Dunn (11:03.35, 22nd). Kim was clocked at 10:35.12 for 15th.

Pari Hashemi, Carolyn Auwaerter and Sophia Termini ran the 400m hurdles. Hashemi came close to cracking Penn’s top-10 with a time of 1:03.59 while Auwaerter finished at 1:05.65 and Termini crossed at 1:11.88.

Finally in the remaining field events, Whitney Tagliavini leaped 5.52m in the long jump for 11th place. Middlebrooks went 5.24m followed by Camille Richard at 5.20m and Kathryn Gevitz at 4.94m.

In the discus, Georgina Owino tossed for a mark of 36.31m while Tabler marked 34.96m.

The Red and Blue are back outMarch 31at the Maryland Invitational.