|Jenn Ennis took command to win the 3K Steeple at UNC |
with a time of 10:30.27 moving her way up
in the NCAA Region Ranks.
|Jenn Ennis |
in the 3K Steeple at the
Atlantic 10 Conference Championships
the week before winning at UNC (Prentice Photo)
---Ryan Lee ran a career best (3:54.44) in the 1500M at the Swarthmore Twilight Meet in Philadelphia...Lee's Splits: 300M (47.1)/400M (63.9)/ 800M (2:07.3)/1000M (2:38.4)/1200M (3:08.5)/46.2 for his final 300M=3:54.44 is a 4 second PR.
|Freshman Alli Mannon, |
shown here at the Atlantic 10 Championships,
ran the 1500M at NC A&T Last Chance Meet.
Her time of 4:34.05 was a PR
even with a 59 final 300M (Prentice Photo).
|Freshman Jill Prentice, |
shown here in the A-10 Championships 5K,
closed in the final 300M
to run 4:32.06 in the 1500M at NC A&T.
She ran 16:39.79 in the 5K this season. (Prentice Photo)
|Tremahn Graham, |
shown here in the 4x100M Relay at the A-10 Championships,
ran 10.75 in the 100M at NC A&T.
Graham is a standout on our football team
and ran 10.62 earlier this season. (Dan Petty photo)
Also at the NC A&T Aggie Classic, junior Meaghan McGovern finished second in the hammer throw (50.54m), senior Heather Roush came in third-place in the discus throw (41.73m), senior X'auntasia Johnson placed sixth in the triple jump (11.78m), and Tremahn Graham came in 20th in the 100m dash (10.75).
Meaghan has already qualified for the 1st round of the the NCAA Championships in the Hammer Throw, while Heather has qualified in the javelin.
Ennis Qualifies For NCAA East Regionals In Steeple At Carolina Invitational
The NCAA East Regional Championship will be held in Bloomington, Ind. on May 26.
by Mike DeGeorge
May 16, 2011
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND - Redshirt-senior Jenn Ennis secured her place in the NCAA East Regional competition on Saturday, following her first-place finish in the 3,000m steeplechase at the Kent Taylor Carolina Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C.
"Jenn ran great," said women's head coach Lori Taylor. "She was mentally and physically tough out there, and when she needed to pick up the pace she did. That's a nine second improvement from earlier this year and firmly put her into the NCAA Region Championships."
Ennis' time of 10:30.27 not only is a career-best, but she also moves to 27th in the NCAA East Region rankings, securing a place in the regional competition on May 26.
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