Medford, Mass. - The Trinity College women's track and field squad returned to action on Saturday at the Tufts Snowflake Classic, posting a third-place finish out of twenty colleges across all divisions, thanks to numerous outstanding performances. The Bantams totaled 77 points, behind second-place RPI, and one point ahead of fourth-place Boston College.
Morgan Hallow (Charlotte, N.C.) won the 100 and the 200-meter dash and finished second in the 400-meter in a dominant display of racing, handing the Bantams 28 points. Hallow posted a 12.68 time in the 100, coupled with a 25.89 time in the 200 and 57.60 finals mark in the 400, while sophomore Emma Buckley (Hanover, Mass.) went sixth in the 200. Senior Anna Barnes (Storrs, Conn.) turned in a fourth-place performance in the 800-meters and a third-place effort for the 1500.
Senior Caroline Sullivan (South Hadley, Mass.) posted a 39.55.61 time in the 10,000-meter run, good for third place and six points towards Trinity's team score. Junior Katherine Bullock (Cape Neddick, Maine) finished fourth in the triple jump to earn five team points with a 10.23 meters final.
Junior Peace Kabari (Manchester, N.H.) returned to form with second-place finishes in both the shot put and discus throw, missing the top distance in the shot put by just .75 meters. Junior Larisa Bogomolov (Lynn, Mass.) scored in the hammer throw with a seventh-place finish while classmate Devan Walsh (Danvers, Mass.) did the same in the javelin, taking fourth.
The Bantams return to the track next Saturday in New London for the Coast Guard Invitational.