Jan. 13, 2007
Lewisburg, Pa. - The Loyola women's track set three school records at the Goulden Relays. The Greyhounds, who competed in their first indoor meet since December 2, ran well in the meet hosted by Bucknell University.
"This was a big improvement from our first meet in December," says Head Track Coach Brett Harvey. "The kids were aggressive and the results were a lot better."
On the track, freshman Ashley Kennedy posted a school record in the 60-meter high hurdles, crossing the finish line in 9.4 seconds. Also in the springs, classmate Eve Mizerak set a Loyola time in the 60-meters with an 8.43.
Loyola's third record of the day came in the long jump with freshman Lisa Edwards posting a distance of 16-3.
"I'm really proud of the way our freshmen competed today," adds Coach Harvey. "It shows how bright our future is."
Sophomore Maureen Wynne added her own highlight, winning her first college event. Wynne captured the 3,000-meters for the Greyhounds.
Loyola returns to action next Saturday then it runs in the Maryland Invitational.