GW Women's Track Ties for Eighth at Patriot Games

GW tied for eighth place at Saturday's Patriot Games in Fairfax, Va.
Feb. 1, 2015

Complete Results

FAIRFAX, Va. - The George Washington women's track team totaled 21 points to tie for eighth place out of 12 competing teams at the Patriot Games at the George Mason University Field House on Saturday.

Graduate student Hannah Rowe continued her impressive indoor season, winning her event for the second consecutive weekend. The St. Johnsbury, Vermont, native topped a field of 46 competitors to win the 3,000-meter run. Rowe registered a time of 10:05.91, GW's best time in the 300m this season, to win the event by a nine-second margin over the field.

Freshman Miranda DiBiasio, sophomore Ariana North and senior Erica Halvorson also competed in the 3,000m. DiBiasio finished in eighth place in 10:28.87 while North took 15th place with a time of 10:41.52. Halvorson followed in 30th place in 11:34.21.

Freshman Lauren t'Kint de Roodenbeke put forth a strong performance in the mile, finishing in third place out of 39 competitors in 5:05.73.

Also competing in the mile were sophomore Macaulay Porter (11th, 5:16.78) and senior Aubrey Gunnels (23rd, 5:43.85).

In the 500-meter dash, sophomore Kirsten Nottingham was GW's top performer, finishing in 15th place out of 22 competitors in 1:26.42. Freshman Colleen Fitzgerald followed close behind in 17th place, finishing in 1:27.65. Freshman Anna Zaccaria took 20th place in 3:25.13.



GW returns to action next weekend in Boston, Massachusetts, at the Scarlet & White Invitational at Boston University.

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