Sophomore Ashlee Arbaugh (Van Buren, Ohio) won the shot put and threw season-bests in two other events to highlight strong performances by the Hanover College women’s track & field team at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Twilight.
Arbaugh’s 12.12-meter effort won the event, while her personal-best discus throw of 34.91 meters placed third overall. Her discus toss ranks fourth in Hanover College history.
Arbaugh also placed sixth in the hammer throw. Her 36.50-meter toss was also a season-best.
Freshman Megan Richey (Marshall, Ill.) finished just behind Arbaugh, taking seventh with a 35.63-meter heave.
Freshman Savannah Hubbard (Madison, Ind.) placed third in the triple jump (10.29 meters) and fifth in the long jump (4.84 meters), while junior Briahna Chambers (Bell, Texas) placed second in the long jump (5.50 meters).
Chambers also placed seventh in the 400-meter run, running 1:01.86 in her collegiate-debut at the distance.
Freshman Brittany Ferrell (Hillsboro, Ohio) moved into fourth all-time in the 800-meter run, placing seventh with a 2:23.45 effort.
Classmate Cami Trachtman (Carmel, Ind.) placed fourth in the 1,500-meter run, running a season-best 4:57.02.
Sophomore Teresa Wiczynski (Columbus, Ind.) also turned in a personal record, placing sixth in the 3,000-meter run in 10:52.62.
Junior Jordan Moseby (Indianapolis, Ind.) topped the field in the 100-meter hurdles, running 15.23 seconds, while classmate Frannie Larson (Goshen, Ky.) cleared 1.56 meters to place fourth in the high jump.
The Panthers placed fourth in the 12-team invitational with 72 points.
Illinois Wesleyan University, ranked 23rd nationally, won the meet with 204.33 points, while seventh-ranked Washington University (Mo.) placed second with 162.33 points.
Published Saturday, April 19, 2014