The Hanover College won six events and broke one school record placing second at the Indiana Division III Championships in Greencastle, Ind. Junior Briahna Chambers (Bell, Texas) and sophomore Ashlee Arbaugh (Van Buren, Ohio) earned multiple victories at the meet, consisting of all NCAA Division III schools in Indiana.
Chambers won the long jump (5.61 meters), 100-meter dash (12.48 seconds), and 200-meter dash (26.95).
Arbaugh captured the shot put with a 11.55-meter toss and threw 32.21-meters to take top honors in the discus. For her efforts, Arbaugh earned field-athlete-of-the-meet honors.
Junior Jordan Moseby (Indianapolis, Ind.) broke her own school record in the 100-meter hurdles, placing second in 14.93 seconds.
Moseby teamed with Marissa Peppel (Dayton, Ohio), Savannah Hubbard (Madison, Ind.) and Tricia Walsh (Amelia, Ohio) to win the 4x100-meter relay. Their 51.16-second effort is the third-fastest in school history and a season best.
Hubbard, a freshman, enjoyed the best meet of her career, moving into fourth in college history in both the long jump and triple jump. She placed second in both events with a 5.00-meter leap in the long jump and 10.66-meter leap in triple jump.
Hubbard finished her day by placing fifth in the 400-meter hurdles and anchoring the second-place 4x400-meter relay team of Erika Jervis (Sheridan, Ind.), Brittany Ferrell (Hillsboro, Ohio) and Cami Trachtman (Carmel, Ind.).
Running into a strong headwind, Peppel placed sixth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 28.93 seconds, while Ferrell placed second in the 800-meter run (2:27.80).
Trachtman ran 5:12.21 to place fifth in the 1,500-meter run.
In the 5,000-meter run, junior Mackenzie Dye (New Castle, Ind.) placed second (19:41.62), while sophomore Teresa Wiczynski (Columbus, Ind.) placed fifth (19.55.34) in her debut at the distance.
Freshman Olivia Hewitt (Florence, Ind.) earned fourth in the high jump (1.48 meters). Megan Richey (Marshall, Ill.) placed sixth in the shot put (9.81 meters) and seventh (34.24 meters) in the hammer throw.
Host DePauw University won the invitational with 196 points. Hanover totaled 158.5.
Published Saturday, April 12, 2014