Women's Track and Field Earns Three Wins in Final Multi-Dual
CLAREMONT, Calif. - The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's track and field team finished first in 10 of the 19 events held as it picked up wins over Whittier, Caltech and La Verne on Saturday at the Burns Track Complex.
CMS defeated Whittier 101-61, La Verne 128-34 and Caltech 141-15 to finish perfect in multi-duals this season.
Caroline DelVecchio, competing at the Burns Track Complex for the final time, swept the 100-meter and the 400-meter hurdles and anchored a first-place finish in the 4x400 relay. She finished in 14.64 to win the 100 hurdles, and clocked a 1:01.94 to take the 400 hurdles.
CMS had three different throwers win events, with Emily Burger taking first in the javelin (10.86 meters), Carly Kirsch winning the discus (35.86 meters), and Antonia Hekster earning first in the hammer (43.33 meters).
Mia Voce was the winner in the 800-meter run, finishing in 2:20.63, while Megan Maley pulled away to win the 1500 meters in 4:53.90. Mallorie Jenne earned first in the 5000 meters, while the steeplechase went to Hannah Weaver in 12:22.17.
Elizabeth Kirschner was the winner in the high jump at 1.51 meters, tying with Simone Rogers and Ha'ani Untalan of La Verne for the top clearance, but needing fewer attempts.
CMS will be back in action in two weeks for the SCIAC Championships.