GU Runners Post National Times at Colonial Relays and Sun Angel Classic
April 8, 2012
WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University track & field team will be finished up the weekend with competition at both the Colonial Relays in Williamsburg, Va., and the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Ariz.
London Finley placed seventh in the women's 400-meter hurdles at the Sun Angel Classic running 59.09 in the event. The time Is a BIG EAST Championships qualifier. On the men's side, Toby Ulm ran 52.35 in the same event, taking eighth place and also qualifying for the championships.
All-American Amanda Kimbers competed in the premier heat of the women's 100-meter dash finishing seventh with a time of 11.90. Tenille Stoudenmire also took seventh place as she ran 24.78 in the premier heat of the women's 200-meter dash.
Back on the east coast, Georgetown competed in the women's 4x800-meter relay, taking first place as Annamarie Maag teamed up with NCAA Champion and 10-time All-American Emily Infeld, Hannah Neczypor and Kirsten Kasper to clock in at 8:45.08.
The women's DMR saw two teams representing the Blue & Gray finish in the top eight with the A squad of Katrina Coogan, All-American Chelsea Cox, Lauren Borduin and Kelsey Smith finishing second (11:42.16) while Jenna Davidner, Chela Green, Kristen Walsh and Meaghan Gregory ran 12:09.54 for seventh place.
On the men's side, Biyerem Okengwu got to the finals of the 110-meter high hurdles and finished fourth with a time of 14.39.
The Hoyas continue competition on Saturday, April 18 at the Mason Spring Invitational in Fairfax, Va.