Princeton Gets Two More

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Princeton continued their dominance in the pole vault.  Tiger senior Samantha Anderson was challenged by Columbia freshman Gardenia Centanaro throughout the competition, but the difference between the event title and runner-up position was clearing 12-05 1/2 on your second attempt (Anderson) versus your third (Centanaro).  Yale senior Emily Urciuoli finished in 3rd place with 12-01 1/2, also securing her spot based on the number of previous misses over Princeton’s Allison Harris and Cornell’s Eve Bishop.

Women’s Pole Vault results:

  1. Samantha Anderson (Princeton) – 12-05 1/2
  2. Gardenia Centanaro (Columbia) – 12-05 1/2
  3. Emily Urciuoli (Yale) – 12-01 1/2
  4. Allison Harris (Princeont) – 12-01 1/2
  5. Eve Bishop (Cornell) – 12-01-1/2
  6. Grace Shadid (Columbia) -11-09 3/4

Princeton also secured another field event win, this time in the long jump.  Senior Imani Oliver soared to the win on her final jump, besting her in-conference rival Columbia’s Nadia Eke by 1 centimeter – 19-09 to 19-08 3/4.

Women’s Long Jump results:

  1. Imani Oliver (Princeton) – 19-09
  2. Nadia Eke (Columbia) – 19-08 3/4 wind-aided
  3. Amaris Kobolak (Penn) – 19-00
  4. Haley Baker (Harvard) – 18-11 1/4 wind-aided
  5. Anjelique Parnell (Cornell) – 18-9 3/4
  6. Alisha Jordan (Yale) – 18-08

The women’s team scores are as follows:
Princeton – 34
Brown, Columbia, & Harvard – 19
Penn – 16
Yale – 7
Cornell – 6
Dartmouth – 4

Women’s 10km is still underway…

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