The New Balance Boston Twilight meet was the feature meet of the weekend for many Ivy mid- and long-distance athletes this weekend, as members from Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Harvard competed against other regional collegiates and professional athletes.
Abbey D’Agostino is back from injury and is returning back to her old form. She won the 1500m event with little contest, running a 4:13.91 with Harvard’s Molly Renfer finishing as the runner up in 4:21.21.
Rachel Sorna is a new addition to the New Balance Boston team, and she had fun racing in their uniform last night during the 10km. She won the event in 33:36.58, over a minute ahead of runner up Laura Paulsen.
Dartmouth’s women 4×400 relay set a new meet record in the event en route to winning it in 4:19.43. The previous event record was 4:30.97. No word on who the relay members were at this time.
Heps event winners include Harvard’s Annie Giebelhaus (high jump, 5-06), Dan Milechman (5000m, 14:34.57), and Chris Allen (10km, 30:34.45); and Brown alumna Emmaline Berg (shot put, 47-07.75)
Other top collegians in the meet include Harvard’s Jen Guidera (5km, 17:45.14), Connor Reck (800m, 1:51.35); Brown’s Ned Willig (1500m, 3:44.97) and Christain Bermal (400m, 50.53); Columbia’s Jonah Hanig (3000m, 8:41.08).
Full results and video coverage are available through http://nbbtwilight.com/
photo by Doug Austin