Middletown, Conn. - The Trinity College women's indoor track and field squad had a successful day of competition at Wesleyan University on Friday evening in a tri-meet also featuring the Connecticut College Camels. The Bantams conclude their 2018 portion of the schedule and return to action on January 19th at the Smith College Invitational.
Junior Morgan Hallow (Charlotte, N.C.) had another solid outing, winning both the 200 and 400-meter. Her 200 time came in at 26.48, just edging out classmate Katie Marlow-Benedick (Weston, Mass.) who finished in 26.53. Hallow bested the field in the 400 by over two seconds, turning in the only sub-minute time at 59.79. Marrow-Benedick turned in another Trinity first-place finish in the 60-meter dash with a winning time of 8.04, beating sophomore teammate Emma Buckley (Hanover, Mass.) and Hallow who finished second and third, respectively.
In distance racing, rookie Izzy Montes de Oca (Carpinteria, Calif.) and sophomore Julia Burdulis (Hopkinton, Mass.) went 1-2 in the 1,000-meters, separated by less than three seconds. Junior Nina Bourgeois (Rochester, Mass.) won a neck-and-neck race in the 3,000-meter run, finishing in 11:03.20, just .07 seconds ahead of the second place runner.
Sophomore Hannah Kelleher (Norfolk, Mass.) won the 60-meter hurdles while classmate Izzy Bruno (Winchester, Mass.) won the high jump with a 1.61m finals distance. Rookie Marina Flandrick (Boulder, Colo.) rounded out Trinity's first-place finishes with a 2.95m distance in the pole vault finals.