Tuesday, May 17, 2011


The men finished 15th and the women 26th respectively in the IC4A and ECAC Championships this past weekend.  Leading the charge was Brandon Heroux who won the IC4A title Sunday afternoon at the IC4A Men's Track and Field Championships at Princeton.  Liam Anastasia-Murphy blazed to a season-best time of 9:01.68 in the steeplechase to earn All-East honors and place sixth while Lewis Woodard ran the second-fastest race of his career to finish third in 14:02.75 and take All-East honors.

Leading the way for the women were Betsy Graney  who finished fourth in a season-best time of 10:41.80 in the steeplechase to earn her fourth All-East award in the event. In the 10,000m run Sara Lasker took the bronze medal with a personal-best 35:57.90, finishing just eight seconds behind the leader.  Her second All-East award came on the heels of a runner-up performance at the CAA Championships last week, and ranks her 10th in school history. 

Men More Team results
Women More More Team Results

The team will next compete in the NCAA Regional meet.

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