Women's Track Finishes at Sykes-Sabock Cup

Final Sykes-Sabock Results

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn women had several standout performances Saturday at the Sykes-Sabock Challenge Cup, hosted Friday and Saturday by Penn State University.

Two different Penn women were event winners Saturday, led by senior Jesse Carlin who clocked 2:06.57 in the 800 to win that event. Carlin's time was an NCAA provisional time. The other winner was senior Stacy Kim, who ran the mile in an ECAC-qualifying time of 4:48.91, good for first place among all the contestants but just shy of an NCAA provisional time (4:48.00).

Claire Kim finished sixth in the 800, at 2:12.01. Her time qualified her for the ECACs as well.

In the 200, Shaunee Morgan took fifth overall with a time of 24.82 seconds; later, she helped Penn's 4x400 relay team take sixth overall in 3:48.37 along with Carlin, Jamie Massarelli and Lauren Blake.

In the 3,000, Kinjal Parikh placed sixth in 9:54.38 and qualified for ECACs, while Jamie Liberti was 10th in 10:20.69.

In the field events, Kathryn Gevitz placed 12th in the high jump (1.61m) and 15th in the triple jump (10.92m), while Stephanie McIntyre was the top Quaker in the triple at 11.13 meters. Iman Johnson competed in the shot put and took 12th with a best throw of 12.82 meters.