Harrison Guides Track and Field To A Strong Finish At Colonial Relays
April 5, 2014
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Senior Kiera Harrison led the Loyola University Maryland women’s track and field team in the first day of competition at the Colonial Relays.
The senior distance runner finished ninth among 48 competitors in the 3,000m race, recording a time of 10:10.86. The top-10 finish ultimately contributed points to the team total.
Freshman Sarah Askine, sophomore Erica Canas, and junior Anna Bosse all finished among the top-20 in their respective events. Askine took 20th in the 1,500m with a time of 5:00.85, while Canas crossed the line in 18:29.16 for a 13th place finish in the 5,000m. Bosse’s 11:45.64 finish in the 3,000m steeplechase was fast enough for a 17th-place finish.
Off the track, senior Courtney Willeford finished 11th in the javelin with a mark 32.56m.
The Greyhounds return to action on Saturday, competing in the second day of Colonial Relay events.
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