SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - The Dickinson women's track and field team showcased dominance in the distance races and consistency across all other levels at the Shippensburg University Mid-Week Invitational.
Three members of the Red and White found their way into the Top-10 of the 200m as Maddie Brown claimed sixth (27.63), followed by Kitchin (9th - 28.07) and Leah Biwott (10th - 28.16). Gichner came up just on the outside in 11th at 28.28.
Isabella Clarke was the only Devil in the 1500m taking fifth in 5:17.44.
Dickinson dominated the 3000m by claiming the first four spots paced by the winner Maddie Garber at 10:40.37, followed by Myra Naqvi (10:44.78), Charlotte Kratovil-Lavelle (10:47.21), and Elizabeth Cassell (10:59.03).
Laura Berman won the second distance race of the day for DC by pacing the field in the 5000m with a time of 18:49.48.
The Devils earned a victory in the 3000m steeplechase thanks to Amiyah Priebe posting a time of 11:49.03.
Elizabeth Lieb competed in the triple jump finishing in seventh thanks to a leap of 10.72m.
Abby Everett landed just outside the Top-10 of the shot put with her third toss of 10.14m being good for 11th, while Kovatsis claimed 14th at 8.95m.
Two Devils took up Top-10 spots during the discus as Sarayne Forbes landed on the podium in third at 39.12m and Everett was in ninth with a mark of 34.51m.
Dickinson returns to competition on Saturday at the Aubrey Shank Invitational hosted by Gettysburg College beginning at 11 a.m.