GW Track Runs at Morgan State Legacy
Men and Women Combine For Seven Top-10 Finishes at Two-Day Event
BALTIMORE - George Washington's men's and women's outdoor track teams combined to post seven top-10 finishes and a number of new personal records at this weekend's Morgan State Legacy Track & Field Meet at Hughes Memorial Stadium on Friday and Saturday.
The men's team placed 10th out of 20 competing teams at the event.
In Saturday's 5,000-meter run, two Colonials finished among the top three. Junior Ryan Tucker won the event, defeating 27 competitors with a time of 15:25.68 while sophomore Seamus Roddy tallied a time of 15:37.85 for third place.
Junior John-Louis Pane and sophomore Jordan Pantalone each posted top-three finishes with personal-best times in the 3,000-meter Steeplechase on Friday afternoon. Pane finished in second place out of nine competitors in 9:34.12 while Pantalone ran in 9:42.46 for third place.
The women's team finished in 16th out of 19 teams at the two-day meet.
Sophomore Ariana North shined in Friday's 3,000-meter Steeplechase. She registered a personal-best time of 11:17.71 for third place out of eight competitors.
Freshman Lauren t'Kint de Roodenbeke led the Colonials in the 1,500-meter run wih a time of 4:49.99 to place 12th overall out of 34 competitors. Sophomore Caroline Wolfe finished 10 seconds behind in 4:59.90 for 20th place.
Both teams are scheduled to return to action at the Maryland Twilight Meet on May 1 in College Park, Maryland.
Women - 16th of 19
Ariana North - 3rd of 8 - 11:17.71 PR
Liberty Mason-Sharma - 28th of 32 - 1:12.64
Lauren t'Kint de Roodenbeke - 12th of 34 - 4:49.99
Caroline Wolfe - 20th of 34 - 4:59.90
Katie Bishop - 27th of 34 - 5:11.92
Liberty Mason-Sharma - 26th of 29 - 16.95
Colleen Fitzgerald - 47th of 63 - 1:02.83 PR
Kirsten Nottingham - 48th of 63 - 1:02.91
Kirsten Zeller - 33rd of 43 - 2:32.16
Anna Zaccaria - 41st of 43 - 2:41.03
Kirsten Nottingham - 63rd of 77 - 27.91
Men - 11th of 22
John-Louis Pane - 2nd of 9 - 9:34.12 PR
Jordan Pantalone - 3rd of 9 - 9:42.46 PR
Joseph Verghese - 31st of 34 - 1:01.40
Rob Craven - 12th of 36 - 4:08.45 PR
Charles Arnold - 17th of 36 - 4:11.41 PR
Noah Duell - 23rd of 36 - 4:16.39 PR
Ryan Tucker - 1st of 25- 15:25.68
Seamus Roddy - 3rd of 25- 15:37.85
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