PSU Women’s Indoor Track & Field wraps up season at New England’s

PSU Women’s Indoor Track & Field wraps up season at New England’s

Panthers close out most successful indoor season in program history

            BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Plymouth State University women's indoor track and field team wrapped up competition at the NCAA Division III New England Regional Championship at Farley Field House on the campus of Bowdoin College on Saturday.

            Freshmen Hannah Wescott (St. Johnsbury, Vt.) and Emily Geyselaers (Cornwall Bridge, Conn.) and senior Diana Perez (Cranston, R.I.) represented the Panthers on day two of action, with the threesome competing in a total of three events.

            Perez and Geyselaers both appeared in the long jump, with Wescott performing in both the 60-meter hurdles and the high jump.


            The Basics:

            NCAA Division III New England Regional Championship – No Team Score


            How it Happened:

            * Perez capped her career with a top-20 finish in the long jump after reaching 4.88 meters, with Geyselaers covering 4.85 meters to finish 23rd.

            * Wescott posted a 9.69 in the 60-meter hurdles to finish 16th overall. Her time was the fifth fastest among freshmen.

            * She closed out the meet by matching her season best in the high jump, clearing 1.58 meters to finish in a tie for 13th.


            Straight from the Coach's Mouth:

            "Claire [Greineder] was the MVP for our squad this weekend," said head coach John Ostler. "She turned in two gutsy splits in Friday's relays, one right after the other. She's a gritty competitor and we're lucky to have her. The theme for the women this year has been experience. I'm glad we got some positive performances from all of our young athletes at their first New England championship."


            Up Next:

            * The meet marks the end of the most successful season in program history. PSU established ten new school records in 2018-19 while registering a program-best finish at the Little East Conference championships.




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