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Women’s Track And Field Hits 13 ECAC Marks Between RPI And Jamaica

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Women’s Track And Field Hits 13 ECAC Marks Between RPI And Jamaica

UPSTATE RESULTS  I  UTECH RESULTS

ALBANY, N.Y. – With the squad split between two meets Saturday, the University at Albany women’s track and field program boasted 13 ECAC qualifying marks and nine event victors between the Upstate Track and Field Classic hosted by RPI and the UTech Classic in Kingston, Jamaica.

At RPI, sprinter Ashlee Maduro qualified for ECACs, running a 12.71 in the 100m dash, good for second place in the race.

Junior Brittney Lane led the 1500m field with an ECAC qualifying 4:34.85 mark. Likewise, classmates Brianne Bellon (2:14.58), Mackenzie Carter (2:17.63) and Jonelle White (2:18.76) qualified for ECACs and earned the top three finishes in the 800m run.

Bellon and White also piloted the winning 4x400m squad with an ECAC worthy 4:05.28 time. Senior Kendra Adams and freshman Breanna Cummings ran the other two speedy legs.

In the 400m dash, Adams paced the field with a mark of 1:06.27, qualifying for ECACs, and was followed closely by teammate Paige Vadnais’ second place finish (1:07.86).

Vadnais also had a solid performance in the long jump, placing first with a leap of 16’ 2.25”. Sophomore T’Sian Haywood also finished atop the podium in the triple jump with her ECAC qualifying 35’ 9.50” bound.

In a very strong day for UAlbany’s field athletes, sophomores Samantha Kosa (40’ 10.25”) and Janice Johnson (40’ 2.25”) both qualified for ECACs with second and third place throws in the shot put. Kosa also qualified in the discus (121’ 1”) as well as freshman Lauren Lopano (125’ 8).

At the UTech Classic, senior Pat McNish captured both the long jump (19’ 6”) and triple jump (40’ 11”) titles. Teammate Solene Bastien placed second in the triple jump with a leap of 39’ 8.75”.

Ashley Grant was also the runner-up in the high jump (5’ 7”), while Valeisha Walker took the javelin title with her throw of 129’ 5”.

On the Kingston, Jamaica track, Tynelle Taylor-Chase (1:01.41) and Aderinsola Ajala (1:03.75) placed second and third in the 400m hurdles. Junior Kathryn Fanning also placed second in the 800m run with a time of 2:10.81.

Up next, the Great Danes compete in the Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton, N.J. as well as the Mt. Sac Relays in Walnut, Calif.


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