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Women's Indoor Track & Field Places Sixth at Centennial Conference Championships

Jessica Lopez
Jessica Lopez

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Haverford College women's indoor track & field team wrapped up the 2020 Centennial Conference Championships with seven more scoring performances on Sunday. Those additional points saw the Fords finish with 50 points over the two days, good for sixth in the final team standings.

Jessica Lopez added another silver medal to her collection with the team's highest finish of the day as the junior was second overall in the 200 meters with a time of 26.65. She earns second-team All-Centennial Conference accolades in that event for the second consecutive season. Lopez was also fifth overall in the 60 meter dash (8.14 seconds) and ran the second leg of the 4x400 relay that placed third (4:13.81). Jasmine Reed, Lauren Tanel, and Jahsaiah Moses were also part of that bronze medal effort.

Moses continued to impress on day two of the conference championship as she was sixth in the 400 meters, beating her seed time to cross the line in 1:01.43. She also led Haverford in the long jump with a mark of 4.42 meters (14'-6") while Marisa Antinori was measured at 4.29 meters (14'-1") in that same event.

Haverford's 4x800 relay earned fifth place points as the team of Sheena Dwyer-McNulty, Molly Hawkins, Amalia Axinn, and Jolie Jaycobs crossed the finish in a time of 9:56.06. Hannah Doll also scored in the distance events with a personal-best time of 10:34.86 to place eighth in the 3,000 meters. Mariana Ramirez also set a new personal best in the 800 meters with a time of 2:34.57.

Unique Tuberville continued her strong weekend with another scoring performance as she placed seventh in the shot put (11.20 meters; 36'-9"). Just one day after rewriting the school record in the weight throw, Tuberville moved up to seventh in the school record book in shot put with her new indoor personal best. Mari Horton posted a season-best mark of 10.65 meters (34'-11.25") to place 10th in the shot put.

With the indoor track & field season coming to a close for the women's team on Sunday, the Fords will now set their sights on the outdoor campaign. The outdoor track & field season will kick off on Friday, March 27 at the Danny Curran Invitational.