Two Program Records Fall, Mustangs Fourth Heading into Final Day at MAC Championship

Two Program Records Fall, Mustangs Fourth Heading into Final Day at MAC Championship

CHESTER, Pa. - The Stevenson University women's outdoor track and field team sits fourth after two days of competition at the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship at Widener's Quick Stadium Friday.  The Mustangs have compiled 42 points, trailing Eastern (60.5), Messiah (59) and Misericordia (50.5).

Junior Danika Ani set a program record in the discus and placed second overall with a throw of 40.90 meters, bettering her own mark set in 2017 of 39.46 meters.  Senior Jess Rega placed eighth with a toss of 35.44 meters.

Junior Achol Odolla placed seventh in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a program-record time of 11:45.06, besting her own mark of 11:59.62 set in 2017.

Junior Kimberly Hammond took second place in the long jump with a leap of 5.52 meters.  Senior Moriah Savage placed fifth with a 5.16-meter effort.  Sophomore Rachel Panek posted an eighth-place finish in the high jump (1.50 meters).  Panek also finished third in the 400-meter hurdle preliminaries (1:05.66) to qualify for that final.

Hammond qualified for Saturday's 100 meter dash final in seventh place with a time of 12.98 seconds.  She also anchored the 4x100 meter relay squad that qualified for Saturday's final that also consisted of Panek, Chalisse Lockley and Ryley Hinson.  The quartet registered a time of 50.25 seconds.

The third and final day of the MAC Championship begins at noon Saturday.