Women's Indoor Track Checks in Second in Mideast

Women's Indoor Track Checks in Second in Mideast


NEW ORLEANS – The Stevenson University women's indoor track and field team checks in second in the initial USTFCCCA Mideast Region rankings released Tuesday.  The Mustangs, with 185.27 points, sit behind Johns Hopkins, who currently has 579.15 points.

The Mustangs currently have nine performances ranked in the top eight of the region.  In the long jump, Kimberly Hammond is ranked second with a leap of 5.43 meters, while Dyonne Hicks is fifth, checking in at 5.21 meters.  In the shot put, Jess Rega is ranked second (13.07 meters), while Danika Ani is seventh in the region with a throw of 12.47 meters. 

Ani is one of three Mustangs ranked in the weight throw, as her 14.24 meter effort is third.  Lauren Dioses owns the top mark in the event in the region at 14.93 meters, while Allison Bishop's 14.16 meter toss is fifth.  Rachel Panek is ranked second in the region in the pentathlon with 2,450 points, while she sits eighth in the high jump with a jump of 1.51 meters.

The Stevenson women's indoor track and field team returns to action Friday and Saturday at the Bison Open and Multi hosted by Bucknell University.