The First Women’s Champ

Lacey Craker won the hammer throw for the Brown Bears, that program’s League-high seventh title in that event. The junior had a best throw of 55.75 meters (182-11), three feet better than runner-up Erin Rossi of Cornell.

After a long, ugly break of inaction, the women’s 400m hurdlers took to the oval and Cornell’s Molly Glantz made a statement by churning out a qualifying mark of 58.94. No one else was under a minute. The only school not to send a runner to the final was the only school without a woman in the field (Harvard). Of the other qualifiers, Columbia’s Kyra Caldwell and Penn’s Paige Madison are the most experienced.

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3 Responses to “The First Women’s Champ”

  1. Heps alum says:

    We get it Brett. The schedule needs to be worked out. Please chill with the opinions and report the facts.

    • Brett Hoover says:

      I think a five-hour meet stretching seven-and-a-half is a fact. And it’s a huge problem with the sport.

    • Brett Hoover says:

      Feel free to get your opinion-free facts over here.