Shippensburg University : Women’s Track & Field Excels in Relays

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On Saturday at sunny Seth Grove Stadium, the Shippensburg University women’s outdoor track & field team won both relays in convincing fashion as part of five event victories to highlight a strong day at home at the 17th Annual Paul Kaiser Classic.

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What Happened

The 4×100-meter relay team of Leah GraybillKayla DalhouseSara McKeanAdriana Baxter, running in memory of the late Brooke Emery, broke the meet record in winning the event in 47.17 seconds. The time situates the Raiders atop the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) leaderboard in the event.
 
Concluding the meet, the 4×400-meter relay team of Graybill, Lieke Black, Dalhouse and Caroline Mastria won in convincing fashion with a time of 3:54.48 that also situates the Raiders atop the conference leaderboard in the event.
 
McKean won the long jump, posting a top mark of 18 feet, 6 inches. Graybill won the open 400 meters in 56.99 seconds, while Mastria ran a new best of 25.88 seconds in the 200 meters to pace the Raiders in the event. Baxter crushed her personal best in the 100 meters with her prelim time of 12.43 seconds and ran third in the finals, crossing the finish line in 12.61 seconds.
 
Sasha Lee ran the fastest 100-meter hurdle time of the season in the conference with her performance in the finals, running second in 14.56 seconds. Lee also took second in the triple jump on a top mark of 38 feet, 5 inches.
 
Kyra Gerber had another solid double in mid-distance, winning the 1,500 meters in 4:44.29 and taking second in the 800 meters with a time of 2:17.16.
 
In throws, Kate Matrisciano and Deja Winkler landed new bests in the shot put. Matrisciano posted a season best of 42 feet, 2 ¾ inches, while landed a new personal best of 38 feet, 3 ½ inches.
 
Madisen Kling was the Raider pacesetter in the discus and the hammer. Kling was third in the discus on a season-best throw of 138 feet, 8 inches, and fourth in the hammer on a throw of 143 feet, 11 inches.
 
Abby Reasoner paced the Raiders in the javelin with a third-place throw of 125 feet, 7 inches, while Maddie Sieg finished fifth with a new personal best of 122 feet, 4 inches.
 

Inside the Box Score

100
3. Adriana Baxter 12.61 (12.43p) (PSAC)
 
200
4. Caroline Mastria 25.88 (PSAC)
6. Kayla Dalhouse 26.03
Adriana Baxter 26.36
Nicola Puggé; 28.03
Regan Craig 28.44
Jess Sobieski 28.49
 
400
1. Leah Graybill 56.99 (PSAC)
Regan Craig 1:04.91
 
800
2. Kyra Gerber 2:17.16 (PSAC)
Phylicia Hockman 2:30.72
Mallory Sunderland 2:32.98
Amanda Fry 2:47.33
 
1500
1. Kyra Gerber 4:44.29 (PSAC)
4. Isabelle Gulgert 4:51.60 (PSAC)
Sydney Morgan 5:04.36
Lydia Heisey 5:37.01
Amanda Fry 5:42.72
Annabel Koza 6:28.37
 
3000
4. Isabelle Gulgert 10:47.87
8. Belle Weikert 11:04.36
 
5000
Sadie Hostler 20:47.28
Amanda LaVana 21:07.04
 
100 Hurdles
2. Sasha Lee 14.56 (14.95p) (PSAC)
Carson Pennings 16.51
 
400 Hurdles
3. Lieke Black 1:04.94 (PSAC)
 
3000 Steeple
5. Jade Fry 13:00.39
 
4×1 Relay
1. Leah GraybillKayla DalhouseSara McKeanAdriana Baxter 47.17 (meet record)
 
4×4 Relay
1. Leah GraybillLieke BlackKayla DalhouseCaroline Mastria 3:54.48
 
Pole Vault
7. Ashlee Newton 10′ 1 ¼” (3.08m)
Ellie Kuhn 10′ 1 ¼” (3.08m)
 
Long Jump
1. Sara McKean 18′ 6″ (5.64m) (PSAC)
Nicola Puggé; 17′ 1 ¼” (5.21m)
Jenna Lytle 15′ 9 ½” (4.81m)
 
Triple Jump
2. Sasha Lee 38′ 5″ (11.71m) (PSAC)
8. Jenna Lytle 36′ 2″ (11.02m) (PSAC)
 
Shot Put
4. Kate Matrisciano 42′ 2 ¾” (12.87m) (PSAC)
8. Deja Winkler 38′ 3 ½” (11.67m) (PSAC)
ShanAnn Simmons 35′ 4″ (10.77m)
 
Discus
3. Madisen Kling 138′ 8″ (42.27m) (PSAC)
5. Kate Matrisciano 130′ 2″ (39.67m) (PSAC)
ShanAnn Simmons 110′ 2″ (33.59m)
Deja Winkler 100′ 6″ (30.64m)
 
Hammer
4. Madisen Kling 143′ 11″ (43.86m) (PSAC)
Deja Winkler 122′ 9″ (37.42m)
ShanAnn Simmons 97′ 8″ (29.76m)
 
Javelin
3. Abby Reasoner 125′ 7″ (38.28m) (PSAC)
5. Maddie Sieg 122′ 4″ (37.28m) (PSAC)
8. Katie Mancino 118′ 4″ (36.07m) (PSAC)
Tess Patterson 90′ 11 ½” (27.72m)
Erika Ebersole 79′ 2″ (24.13m)

Up Next

Shippensburg will wrap up its regular season next weekend with competition at Penn State’s Jim Thorpe Open.

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