WEST POINT, N.Y. - The Loyola University Maryland women's track & field team resumed action on Saturday, competing at the United States Military Academy's 5-Way for the first competition in 2015.
The Greyhounds' relay teams highlighted the day's events, placing among the top-five of their respective races.
In individual races, Dunleavy impressed in the 500m dash, crossing the line in seventh place with a time of 1:21.92. Scavone finished 12th in the 60m dash with a clip of 8.50, while rookie teammate Caroline Elmore was right on her heels with a time of 8.54. Jessa Laspesa finished 12th overall in the 200m, clocking a time of 27.71. Criqui took 11th in the 400m race, finishing with a time of 1:02.39, and Kelly Maguire finished the 800m race in 2:23.38 (sixth).
In the 60m hurdles, freshman Lauren Waldeck guided the Greyhounds in a time of 9.99. The under-10 seconds time was good enough for 10th overall.
Bosse took home the best, individual Loyola finish, taking fourth in the 1,000m race. The veteran distance runner clocked a time of 3:06.79. Rookie Amanda Spaeth finished eighth in the 3,000m (11:45.99), while classmate Olivia Sobrocco took ninth in the same event (11:53.75).
Off the track, Lauren Waldeck finished 11th in the high jump, posting a mark of 1.44m.
The Greyhounds return to action on Saturday, Jan. 17, to compete at the Maryland Invitational in Landover, Maryland.