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Season Recap: Women's Track & Field Makes Great Strides during Indoor Season

Season Recap: Women's Track & Field Makes Great Strides during Indoor Season

Postseason Awards

Centennial Conference Championship

  • Haverford placed fourth as a team despite outscoring last year's runner-up team by six points
  • Unique Tuberville set the school record in the conference's first time ever contesting the weight throw
  • In addition to Haverford's All-Centennial Conference selections for their top two finishes in relays or top three finishes as individuals, Haverford's DMR of Griffin Kaulbach, Julia Coletti, Hannah Yeakey, and Sophie Drew also placed third overall
  • The Fords combined for 16 different scoring performances (12 individual scorers and all four relays

School Record

Season Notes: Haverford has placed first or second as a team at the Centennial Conference Championships during 19 of the conference's 26 indoor championship meets … Jessica Lopez garnered All-Mideast Region honors in the 200 meter dash after setting a new personal best in that event during the Centennial Conference Championships … Lopez also entered the conference meet as the top seed in the 60 meter dash while adding additional All-CC accolades for that event … Lopez is ranked second in Haverford history in the 60 meters and third all-time in the 200 meters … Grace Mathis capped her indoor career with the second-best pole vault in school history (10'-0.25") … The Fords had 85 percent of their eligible student-athletes named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll and ranked second among their conference peers with 22 total selections.

Looking ahead: When next year's 2019-20 indoor season rolls around, the Fords will have graduated a strong group of leaders from its Class of 2019. Nevertheless, Haverford will return 11 of its All-Centennial Conference performances from the 2019 indoor championships and nine of its 12 individual scoring performances in addition to a host of stars from the four different relay teams. However, before worrying about next year's indoor track & field season, Haverford will still have a complete outdoor season to enjoy with this year's current group of Fords. The 2019 outdoor track & field season will get underway on Friday, March 29 at Widener's Danny Curran Invitational.