Mustangs Turn In Regionally-Ranked Performances at Towson Invite

Mustangs Turn In Regionally-Ranked Performances at Towson Invite

TOWSON, Md. - The Stevenson women's track and field team turned in regionally-ranked performances in several events at the Towson Invitational, held at Johnny Unitas Stadium.

In the 4x400, sophomore Kimberly Hammond, freshman Rachel Panek, sophomore Dyonne Hicks and freshman Allison Krahe clocked a 4:04.11 to finish first among Division III schools with a time of 4:04.11, which is currently second-best in the MAC and second in the mideast region. 

The 4x100 relay team of Hammond, Panek, Hicks and freshman Ryley Hinson placed second among Division III schools with a combined time of 49.40 seconds. Their time is currently first in the MAC and fifth in the region. 

Junior Jess Rega's toss of 12.41 meters gave second among DIII competitors in the shot put. Rega's toss ranks second in the MAC and third in the region. 

In the long jump, Hammond's leap of 5.34m gave her second-place among DIII athletes and 10th overall. Hammond's jump is currently best in the conference and sixth in the region.

Hicks placed sixth in the triple jump with a hop, skip and jump of 10.36 meters, while Krahe clocked a personal-best time of 2:20.34 in the 800.

In the discus, sophomore Kiarra Nowell and junior Lauren Dioses placed ninth and tenth with throws of 38.60 and 36.60 meters. Dioses' throw was a personal-best.

Junior Kelly Winklbauer clocked a 5:01.46 in the 1500 for the Mustangs.

Stevenson competes next at both the Morgan State Legacy and Widener Invitational on Friday, April 20.