Kimme Cracks Top 10 in CMS Women's Track and Field History in the 10000 Meters
AZUSA, Calif. - Anika Kimme moved into eighth place in CMS women's track and field history in the 10000 meters at the Bryan Clay Invitational on Friday morning, finishing in 37:12.29.
The time took over a minute and a half off her previous PR in the 10000, which was 38:54.17, set last year at the SCIAC Championships, when she finished fourth.
Meredith Bloss set the program record last year, running a 34:35.52.
While the distance runners were at the Bryan Clay, Caroline DelVecchio competed in the 400-meter hurdles at the Mt. SAC Relays and ran a 1:01.62 to place 20th, although 18 of the runners in front of her were from Division I, including eight from the PAC-12 Conference.
CMS will be back in action tomorrow when it hosts a SCIAC Multi-Dual, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Burns Track Complex.