COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. - The Dickinson women's track and field team had a few athletes take part in day one of the Centennial Conference Championships on Friday afternoon at very wet Ursinus College.
Sophia Kovatsis began the action for the Red and White by taking part in the heptathlon. Four of the seven events were completed on the day with Kovatsis sitting in third-place with 2019 points trailing Johns Hopkins Taryn Silvernale (2464) and Kayla Robinson from Haverford at 2283. Her best event of the day came in the 100m posting a second-place finish with a time of 16.77, behind Hopkins Silvernale (15.88).
The 10,000m saw Elaina Clancy finish in second with a time of 37:50.81. Two other Devils earned Top-10 results with Elizabeth Cassell taking sixth in 39:20.22 and Maddie Garber crossing at 40:04.18 for eighth. Shannon Loughin clocked in at 42:56.44 to grab 11th.
On the field, Abby Everett was the top-placing Devil during the hammer throw finishing 12th with a mark of 32.10m, while Analisa Groble took 20th at 26.79m. In the pole vault, Lily Swain cleared a height of 2.87m to grab seventh.
Dickinson picked up 14 points on the day to sit in fourth. The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays lead the team standings with 43 points, followed by Ursinus (16), Franklin & Marshall (15), and Haverford (13) round out the Top-5.
Dickinson returns to Ursinus College tomorrow for day two of the Centennial Conference Championships. The action begins at 11 a.m.