Sunday, May 4, 2008

Final Exam Break at GMU
Redshirt-freshman Lewis Woodard (Charlotte, N.C.) earned the first IC4A qualification of his career Saturday, running 3:51.86 in the 1,500m for fourth place. Senior Karl Lang (Oak Hill, Va.) was fifth in 3:52.15, just behind the qualifying standard (3:52.00). Freshman Brian Sklodowski (Newark, Del.) ran 3:55.52 for 10th place, re-qualifying for this summer’s USAT&F Junior National Championships with his best time of season thus far. More

Freshman Emily Jeremiah (Mechanicsville, Va.) tied her career-best in the pole vault to re-affirm her qualification to the ECAC Championships, clearing 11’ 11.75” to win the event and lead a Tribe sweep of the top four positions. Jeremiah is tied for third all-time at the College with senior Erin Gnass (Brentwood, Tenn.), who took second this afternoon with a vault of 11’ 5.75”. Sophomore Jennifer Garrott (Burke, Va.) improved her career-best nearly six inches to take third, clearing 10’ 11.75” to move up to a tie for ninth on the Tribe’s all-time top performers list. Senior Nicole Bost (Mechanicsville, Va.) rounded out the team’s showing with her fourth-place vault of 10’ 6”. More

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