WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. — The Rhode Island women's track & field team finished day one of the 2017 New England Outdoor Championship in ninth place out of 27 teams. The Rams scored 14 points, behind MIT, (28) Northeastern, (26.50) Dartmouth, (26) New Hampshire, (24) Williams, (18.5) Sacred Heart, (17) Maine, (16) and SCSU (16).
New England Outdoor Championship
Lee Track, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.
Complete Results: Day One
- Janel Conley placed first in the 100 meter hurdles, (14.07s) first in the high jump, (5' 7.75") third in the shot put, (35' 7.25") and third in the 200 meter dash, (25.73s) in day one of the heptathlon.
- Hannah Madison finished second in the high jump, (5' 6.5") fifth in the 100 meter hurdles, (15.25s) seventh in the 200 meter dash, (26.30s) and ninth in the shot put, (29' 10").
- Dyshelle Pemberton finished first in the 400 meter hurdles prelims, qualifying for the finals with a time of 1:01.55.
- Breann Burns placed fifth in the 100 meter hurdles prelims, qualifying for finals with a time of 14.44 seconds.
- Kristina MacLure qualified for the finals in the 400 meter dash, clocking in at 56.12 seconds for sixth place.
- Dominique Twombly placed fifth in the 100 meter dash prelims, qualifying for the finals with a time of 12.12 seconds.
- Hannah Madison finished third in the javelin, throwing 142' 2".
- Elaina Hobbs finished ninth in the high jump, marking 5' 3".
- Grace Janes finished ninth in the hammer throw with a mark of 167' 6".
- Kristina MacLure placed fifth in the long jump, (17' 11.75") and Juleen Lewis finished 10th, (17' 7.50").
Rhode Island will return to the track for day two of the Championship tomorrow, May 13, as the remaining events begin at 10:00 a.m. from the Lee Track in Williamstown, Mass.