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Godette Ties School 200m Record At Colonial Relays

Crystal Godette tied the school 200m record on Saturday
Crystal Godette tied the school 200m record on Saturday

April 5, 2014


WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Crystal Godette tied the school record in the 200 meters on Saturday, highlighting a successful final day of competition at the Colonial Relays for the Loyola University Maryland women's track and field team.

Godette clocked a time of 25.99 seconds, matching the previous best set last season by Jeanine Gill.

"This was our best showing as a team at the Colonial Relays, and we are very pleased with the way that it turned out," said Head Coach Amy Horst. "Erica Canas had a huge PR in the 5K last night, and Crystal matched the record in the 200. I was also very happy with our 4x4 (relay team) that was just off the school record at the end of a long two-day meet."

That relay team of Charlotte Criqui, Jacqueline Porter, Marissa Buccellato and Jessa Laspesa clocked a time of 4:01.85, less than a second off the record set last year.

Jenna Smith had a leap of 32-6.25 in the triple jump, and Laspesa was the team's top finisher in the 400 meters (60.35). Cordelia McGinn led Loyola in the 800 meters, running 2:19.88, while Criqui finished in 2:21.01.



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