NEW ORLEANS – Five Stevenson University women's outdoor track and field student-athletes were recognized as the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released its All-Region lists Tuesday. Four Mustang performances were recognized.
To be named all-region, and athlete must either be raked in the top-5 of an individual event in their respective region according to the final TFRRS data or be part of top-3 relay team.
The 4x400 relay team of sophomores Kimberly Hammond and Dyonne Hicks and freshmen Alli Krahe and Rachel Panek posted the top time in the Mideast Region at the Penn Relays with a time of 3:56.36. Hammond was also recognized in the long jump, placing fourth in the region at 5.67 meters at the ECAC Championship in mid-May. Panek was honored in the heptathlon, compiling 4299 points at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championship to take first at the event and the No. 5 effort in the region.
Junior Jess Rega had the region's No. 4 toss in the shot put with a throw of 13.05 meters at the MAC Championship to place second at the event.
The Stevenson women's outdoor track and field team placed second at the MAC Championship, its highest-ever finish.