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Conner Leads Women's Track Against UNH and Bates
ORONO, Maine – Corey Conner won a pair of events, qualified for the ECAC Championships and set a school-record to lead the women's track and field team against New Hampshire and Bates on Saturday afternoon.
Conner won the 5,000 meters in an ECAC-qualifying and school-record breaking time of 16:16.87, smashing Patty McCormick's record of 16:20.48 she set in 1995. Conner also won the 1,500 in a top-3 school time of 4:33.68. Carolyn Stocker followed Conner in the 5,000 with a third-place finish in a time of 17:56.72.
Also performing well on the distance side was Jennifer Lucy, who took the win in the 800 with a time of 2:19.70 and was third in the 1,500 in a time of 4:46.14. She was followed in the 800 by Mary Scanlan who was second in a time of 2:21.25 and Ashton Weiler who was third in 2:24.98.
Robyn McFetters took runner-up honors in the hammer throw with a mark of 168-01, which qualifies for the ECAC Championships and ranks in the top-3 in school history while Katie Grime also had a top-5 school mark, throwing 129-01 to take second in the discus.
Angelica Nelligan-Smith notched the second-best pole vault in school history, winning the event with a mark of 11-00.25 while teammate Marie Dufresne-Dixon took second in the event in a top-5 school vault of 10-00.00 and Kathryn Porter was fourth in a top-10 school vault of 9-06.25.
Lauren Heulitt was second in the shot put with a throw of 36-09.50 and was followed by Rylee Rawcliff in third with a distance of 36-02.00. Francesca Lally was second in the javelin with a throw of 122-08.
In the sprints, Allison Fereshetian notched a top-5 school time in the 100 hurdles with a winning time of 14.48 while Jillian O'Brien won the 400 meters in a time of 1:01.63 and was fourth in the 200 in a time of 26.80. Lauren Roush had two second-place finishes, notching times of 26.65 in the 200 and 1:02.23 in the 400.
Jessica McCarthy placed second in the 100 in a time of 12.96 while Stakus was third in the hurdles with a time of 15.50.
The 4X100 relay of McCarthy, Fereshetian, Stakus and Hackett took second in a time of 49.92 while the 4X400 relay of Mary Scanlan, Roush, Weiler and Mary Fagan won in a time of 4:05.80.
The women's team was second with 137 points while New Hampshire won with 152.50 points and Bates was third with 97.50 points.