Feldman Takes 2nd in the 800 on Final Day of ECAC Championship
PRINCETON, N.J. (5/13/12) - The Princeton women's track & field team wrapped up its final home meet of the season as the 2012 ECAC Outdoor Track & Field Championship concluded on Sunday, May 13.
Junior Greta Feldman was the runner-up in the 800 cruising across the line in 2:03.65, a new personal best. Her time was nearly three seconds better than her previous best.
In the 1500, junior Alexis Mikaelian was seventh with a time of 4:24.46.
Senior Eileen Moran was fifth in the finals of the 200 at 24.23. She later ran in the 4x400 relay along with Feldman, freshman Cecilia Barowski and junior Joie Hand. The relay finished in sixth place with a time of 3:40.72.
In the triple jump sophomore Imani Oliver finished in seventh place as she jumped to 12.34 (40-6) on her final attempt.
Princeton finished the meet with 30.50 points.
PRINCETON, N.J. (5/12/12) - The 4x400 relay posted a Princeton program record in the final event on Day 2 of the ECAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Weaver Stadium on Saturday, May 12.
Moran will also run in the final of the 200 after putting up a preliminary time of 24.25.
Junior Greta Feldman posted the best time in the 800 at 2:06.05, winning her heat and matching her personal best mark in the event. She will be one of nine that will race in the final tomorrow at 1:30 p.m.
In the 1500, junior Alexis Mikaelian had the third best time at 4:29.94 after winning heat two to qualify her for the final tomorrow at 12:25 p.m. Classmate Molly Higgins missed the finals by just one place.
In the field events, juniors Tory Worthen and Lauren Tauscher both scored for the Tigers in the pole vault. Worthen finished third as she cleared 3.78 (12-4.75) on her first attempt. Tauscher cleared the same height, on her second attempt to finish in fifth place.
PRINCETON, N.J. (5/11/12) - The three-day ECAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships kicked off today at Princeton's Weaver Stadium.
The steeplechase, 5k and 10k finals were held as well as the women's discus and half of the multi-events.
Day 2 begins at 9 a.m., tomorrow with the continuation of the multi-events. The final event of Saturday is at 6 p.m., with the men's relay trials.