Georgetown News
Women's Outdoor Track & Field - Sun, Mar. 29, 2015

Georgetown College women's track and field looked to build on a seventh-place team finish in the opening meet at Transylvania. Friday and Saturday the Tigers competed at the Lindsey Wilson Invitational. They finished fifth with 72 points.

Tayler Godar led the day with two victories, including setting a new record in the 5,000-meter run. The junior finished the 1,500-meter run in four minutes 55 seconds and 21 hundredths of a second for her second win of the season in this race. She later followed that up with an 18:20.35. The previous GC record was Britney Chesser's 18:28.09 set in 2009.

Miranda Mullins helped the Tigers stack points in the 1,500 and in the 800-meter runs. She was third in the 1,500 and took fifth in the 800 with a time of 2:36.02. Karina Egger finished eighth in that race in 2:42.44.

Haley Carr took fourth in the 100-meter hurdles (17.85). Haley Oliver took third in the pole vault by clearing 2.30 meters.

Jade Abbott, Shelby England, Tralyn Woodard and Keyvin Parker took fourth in the 4x100-meter relay, while Marissa Hale, Kelsey Gregory, Egger and Carr were fourth in the 4x400-meter relay.

Hale finished sixth in the 400-meter dash, while Rachael Wilson took eighth to stack points in that event.

Parker was sixth in the 100-meter dash and England took sixth in the high jump.

Georgetown doubled up in the hammer throw as Whitney King finished sixth and Abby Seiver was seventh.

Abbott put the final points on the board with a seventh-place finish in the 200-meter dash.

The Tigers are back on the track next Friday and Saturday at the Bellarmine Invitational in Louisville.

 
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