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Women's Track and Field in 2nd After Day 1 at CSAC Championships

Women's Track and Field in 2nd After Day 1 at CSAC Championships

The Women's Track and Field team is in 2nd place after day 1 at the CSAC Championships. The Pioneers have 53 total points and are behind Penn. St. Behrend by 25.

Emma Taggart won the 100m hurdles with a time of 16.27. Taggart won by almost an entire second over the 2nd place finisher. Taggart also won the discus throw with a top throw of 32.91m. Nicole Hume placed 2nd in the discus with a best throw of 32.39m.

Lawery Edwards finished in 4th in the 100m sprint with a time of 13.54. Madeline Cole was just behind her in 5th place with a time of 13.62. Madison Snayczuk finished in 6th place behind them with a time of 13.65 seconds. 

Lawery Edwards and Madeline Cole both competed in the 200 and finished in the top 5. Edwards finished in 4th with a time of 27.78. Cole finished just behind her with a time of 28.03.

Isabelle Popoff finished the 1500m in 5:03.01, good enough for 3rd place. Laura Ferris  finished in 5:46.65 to claim a 6th place finish. 

Anna Hersom raced in the 10000m and finished in 58:44.61.

Lexi Trautwein competed in the pole vault and placed 5th with a top height of 2.50m.

In the triple jump, Alfred State owned the 3rd 4th and 5th place spots on the leeaderboard. Madison Snayczuk Lily Schnell and Laura Walter finished 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively. Snayczuk's best was 10.59m. Schnell's best jump was 9.82m and Walter's best jump was 9.70m.


Sarah Rivet placed 9th in the javelin throw with her best throw being 20.37m.

The Pioneers complete the championships and will look to gain ground on PSB and hold their second place team position.