CELEBRATION, Fla. (3/24/13) - The Princeton women's sprint medley relay set a program
record as the Tigers competed at the Walt Disney World Invitational in
The relay of seniors Abidemi Adenikinju, Erin Guty and Joie
Hand and sophomore Cecilia Barowski clocked a 3:59.21. It erases an 11-year
record of 3:59.55 set by Susan Coltman '04, Leslie Warren '05, Hasina Outtz '04
and Lauren Simmons '02 from 2002.
Adenikinju and Guty made up two legs of the 4x100 that
posted a winning time of 48.45. They were joined on the relay by sophomore
Joanna Anyanwu and freshman Sara Ronde.
Princeton went 1-2-3-4-5 in the 10,000. Sophomore Jackie Nicholas won the event with a
time of 36:37.09. She was followed by junior Marissa Cummings with a PR of 36:37.20,
sophomore Erika Fluehr 36:37.25, sophomore Emily de La Bruyere 36L37.29 and
sophomore Lindsay Eysenbach 37:00.76.
Hand was third in the 400 hurdles clocking a 1:02.33.
Sophomore Kim Mackay was fourth at 1:02.66, and freshman Meghan McMullin earned
points in the scored meet as well, with a 1:04.97.