Saturday, February 25, 2006
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ON DAY ONE OF CC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Senior Karen Mount picked up a gold medal with an NCAA-provisional qualifying time as the Muhlenberg indoor track and field teams competed at the Centennial Conference Championships at Ursinus.
The womens team sits in fifth place (36 points) after day one, fourth
Mount, who recorded an NCAA-provisional mark in the 800 earlier this season, broke her own school record in the mile by 6.47 seconds. She then came back to anchor the distance-medley relay team that took third place with an ECAC-qualifying time of 12:47.78, third-best on the Mules performance list.
The womens 4x200-meter relay team of senior Danielle Seiler, sophomores Jenna Lombardi and Emily Karel and freshman Amanda Martini broke the school record by thirty-eight hundredths of a second and won a silver medal.
Seiler also placed sixth in the long jump, an event junior Rachel Drosdick won by 2.75 inches, and qualified for Sundays 55-meter hurdles final.
Junior Jacquelyn Inverso, an eighth-place finisher in the long jump, and classmate Kim David also qualified for the 55-meter hurdles final. Lombardi qualified for the final in the 55-meter dash.
The men, propelled by their middle-distance runners, are third after day one (31 points). They sit four points back of Dickinson, while Haverford leads the way with 73 points.
Juniors Steve Rothwell and Lex Mercado finished second and third, respectively, in the mile. The two joined with sophomore Dan Steinhart and freshman Stuart Udis to take second in the distance-medley relay, with an ECAC-qualifying time.
Junior Matthew Sallesse (sixth in the shot put), sophomore Joel Haddock (sixth in the long jump) and the sixth-place 4x200-meter relay team also scored points for Muhlenberg.
Competition resumes Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
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Last updated February 25, 2006