Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College women's track and field juniors Morgan Hallow (Charlotte, N.C.) and junior Peace Kabari (Manchester, N.H.) and sophomore Izzy Bruno (Winchester, Mass.) were each named to the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) New England All-Region Team thanks to their outstanding performances across the winter season. The top five individuals in each event from each region earned All-Region distinction, in addition to each member of the region's top three relay teams. Trinity, led by Head Coach John Michael Mason (1st season), finished 13th in New England at the Division III Indoor Regional Championships this winter.
Hallow earned All-Region honors in both the 200-meter dash and the 400-meter dash after a record-breaking campaign. She ran a 57.78 at Tufts to punch her ticket to the NCAA National Championships and placed 13th in the country with a time of 57.91 the national meet in Boston. Hallow dominated this winter, earning six first-place finishes in the 400 meters to go along with five top-finishes in the 200 meters. She set the college indoor record in the 400 at Boston University's Valentine Invitational in early-February, re-breaking her own mark, collected All-New England region honors in the 400-meter dash, and was crowned New England Division III 200-Meter Champion. A graduate of St. Andrew's School in Delaware, she is the daughter of Joe and Barbara Hallow.
Kabari earned All-Region honors in the shot put after competing in just two meets this winter after a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Quarterfinals run with the Bantam women's basketball squad. Kabari wasted no time returning to form, setting the program's indoor shot put record at the Tufts National Qualifying meet that shattered the previous mark by over a foot. Kabari had landed on the USTFCCCA All-Region Team during the spring of 2018 after a stellar outdoor campaign and was also named to the All-NESCAC Women's Basketball Team this winter. A graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy, she is the daughter of Monday and Kornebari Kabari.
Bruno has enjoyed a breakout sophomore season that has seen her shine in the high jump. She has posted three top-five finishes in the event, including a pair of winning performances in separate meets at Wesleyan. Her 1.65-meter jump at Wesleyan set a career best and just missed both setting the program record and qualifying Bruno for the NCAA Division III Championships. A graduate of Winchester High School, she is the daughter of Silvana and Raffaele Bruno.