Hoyas Put Up PRs in Trio of Meets Around the Country

April 1, 2017

Pepsi Florida Relays Results | Stanford Invitational Results | Colonial Relays Results

WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University track & field team split sites this weekend, traveling to a trio of meets around the country as the Hoyas put up personal records (PRs) in all three meets. A bulk of the team traveled to Williamsburg, Va., for the Colonial Relays, hosted by William & Mary, while smaller contingents went to the Stanford Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) and the Pepsi Florida Relays (Gainesville, Fla.), hosted by Stanford and the University of Florida, respectively.

The Hoyas have concluded competition at the Florida Relays and Stanford Invitational and will return to the Colonial Relays on Saturday.

Pepsi Florida Relays (Gainesville, Fla.)
A small group of the men's team traveled to Gainesville, Fla., to compete in the Pepsi Florida Relays, highlighted by All-American Joe White running a PR in the 800-meter run. White clocked 1:46.07 to finish second in the race, currently the third-fastest time in the NCAA this season. His time also enters the GU record books at No. 3 all-time in the outdoor event.

Georgetown Among the Top 20 at Florida
Men's 800-Meter Run

2. Joe White, 1:46.07 (PR)
20. Kenny Rowe, 1:49.90

Stanford Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.)
The Blue & Gray traveled to Palo Alto, Calif., for one the premier distance meets of the early season. Haley Pierce (Wilmington, Del./Tatnall School) turned in a PR performance of 16:07.05 in the women's 5,000-meter run. The time is more than four seconds faster than her previous best, a time recorded in 2014.

 

 

Georgetown Among the Top 10 at Stanford
Women's 5,000-Meter Run Section 3

4. Haley Pierce, 16:07.05 (PR)

Women's 5,000-Meter Run Section 4
5. Madeline Perez, 16:36.25

Men's 3,000-Meter Steeplechase Section 3
7. Eion Nohilly, 9:09.54

Other Notable Performances
Nick Golebiowski, Men's 10,000-Meter Run Section 2, 30:17.80 (PR)

Colonial Relays (Williamsburg, Va.)
The bulk of the team traveled to Williamsburg, Va., for the Colonial Relays, where the Hoyas recorded eight times among the top 20. Jody-Ann Knight (Bentonville, Ark./Bentonville) continued her stellar track season, running a PR in the women's 100-meter dash with a time of 12.35. She came back to record an outdoor PR in the 400-meter dash as she ran 58.44.

Additionally, a trio of Hoyas finished among the top 20 with All-American Piper Donaghu (Portland, Ore./Grant) and Jocelyn Hubbard (Marshfield, Mass./Marshfield/Northeastern) finishing sixth and eighth, respectively.

Georgetown Among the Top 20 at William & Mary
Women's 100-Meter Dash

7. Jody-Ann Knight, 12.35 (PR)

Men's 400-Meter Dash
12. Quincey Wilson, 49.17
18. Nick Sullivan, 49.62

Women's 400-Meter Dash
14. Jody-Ann Knight, 58.44 (Outdoor PR)

Women's 800-Meter Run
6. Piper Donaghu, 2:09.06
8. Jocelyn Hubbard, 2:09.25
14. Carey Celata, 2:11.06

Men's Long Jump
20. Kenneth Armstrong, 5.85m

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