BU David Hemery Valentine Invitational
February 9th and 10th (Fri.-Sat.) | ALL DAY | Boston University Track
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February 10th (Sat.) | ALL DAY | Coxe Cage
PRINCETON, NJ – The women’s track and field team will be busy this weekend, as they’re set to participate in both the BU David Hemery Valentine Invitational from February 9th-10th and the Giegengack Invitational on February 10th.
Check out all of the results from last week’s Sykes and Sabock Meet here.
- At last week’s Sykes and Sabock meet, Georgina Scoot captured a victory in the women’s long jump, securing the top spot with a jump of 6.16m (20-2.5). Scoot had three jumps over 6.10m in the meet.
- Angela McAuslan-Kelly, the freshman, continues to maintain an undefeated record. She claimed 1st place last week with a throw of 19.28m (63-3.25). This marks the fourth victory of the freshman’s season.
- Last week, Lucca Fulkerson secured an impressive 3rd place finish in the 3000m with a time of 10:00.12.
- At the Dr. Sander Invite, the Princeton multi-event athletes had a 1-2-3 sweep in the Dr Sander Invitational pentathlon with Julia Jongejeugd leading the charge. Jongejeugd set her place in the record book with the 2nd all-time point total for Princeton in the pentathlon with 3805.
- The distance medley relay A team from Princeton, featuring the dynamic quartet of Maggie Liebich (1200), Hannah Riggins (400), Maddie Cramer (800), and Fiona Max (1600), clocked in at 11:23.61 and moved into the ninth position on the all-time list.
- Addie Asante left her mark in the 60m hurdles, achieving a personal record and securing the seventh spot on the all-time list with an impressive time of 8.64
- Angela McAuslan-Kelly seized victory in the women’s weight category at the Dr. Sander Invite with a new personal record of 19.60 meters (64-03.75). This performance catapulted her to the second-best performer of Princeton’s all-time and sets the stage for a potential challenge to the school record.
- Georgie Scoot set a new school record in the long jump. Her jump of 6.29m (20’7.75″) is a new PR for the sophomore and puts her at third all-time in the Indoor Ivy League record book and currently ranks her eleventh in the nation. Alex Kelly in the long jump had a second place finish jump of 6.14m (20’1.75″). This new indoor PR for Kelly ranks her 35th in the nation. The two sophomores, Scoot and Kelly, currently sit 1-2 at the top of the Ivy League rankings.
- Shantell Kwofie tied herself for fifth all-time in the Princeton record book with her jump of 5.84m (19’2″)
- Senior captain Brianna Mponzi clocked a season best of 7.59 seconds in the 60m dash to take second place at the Villanova Invitationa and puts her 5th in the Ivy Leaguel. Mponzi also came back to earn a third place finish in the 400m with a time of 55.71 seconds. This indoor PR puts her seventh all-time in the Princeton record books and third in the current Ivy standings.
- Tessa Mudd’s jump of 4.20m (13’9.25″) at the Navy Dual won her the meet, places her second in the Ivy League, and earns her the 24th spot in the NCAA.
- Siniru Iheoma ranks second in the Ivy League off of her first place finish at the Joe Handleman Invite in the shot put with a result of 14.88 m (48-10ft)
- Freshman Shantell Kwofie made an impressive collegiate debut at the Joe Handleman Invite. She clinched victory in the 60m hurdles, completing the race in 8.90 seconds . She also claimed the top spot at the Navy Dual with a PR throw of 14.12m (46’4″). Kwofie finds herself on another Princeton top 10 list, this time 7th all-time in the shot put.
- Madeleine Wood ranks second in the Ivy League, ninth in the Mid-Atlantic Region in the high jump, recording a mark of 1.72m (5′ 7.75″) at the Navy Dual.
- Angela McAuslan-Kelly, Georgina Scoot, Alexandra Kelly, Julia Jongejeugd, the Princeton DMR team (Liebich, Riggins, Cramer, Max) and Tessa Mudd all are currently listed in the most recent NCAA Division I Qualifying List.
The women’s track and field team will travel to the BU DMR Challenege in Boston on February 16th.