GW Women's Indoor Track Competes at Maryland Invitational

Jan. 17, 2015

Official Results

LANDOVER, Md. - George Washington's men's and women's indoor track teams competed at Saturday's Maryland Invitational at the Prince George Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Maryland.

Graduate student Hannah Rowe, the first-ever indoor track competitor for GW's women's indoor track team, finished in second place out of 29 competitors in the 3,000-meter run. Rowe registered a time of 10:12.62.

On the men's side, freshman Carter Day recorded the top performance of the day when he finished in sixth place out of 26 competitors in the one-mile run. Day recorded a time of 4:24.22 to lead the Colonials, 10 seconds off the pace of the winner.

Also competing in the one-mile run was freshmen Luke Dublirer and Chris Shaffer. Dublirer finished in 12th place in 4:35.84 while Shaffer followed in 18th place in 4:44.96.

Sophomore Seamus Roddy and freshman Charles Arnold both competed in the 3,000-meter run on Saturday. Roddy finished in 9:17.74 for 12th place out of 23 competitors while Arnold finished in 16th place in 9:29.75.

Both the men's and women's indoor track teams will next compete at the Collegeville Indoor Classic in Ursinus, Pennsylvania, on January 23.



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