EMU - Women's Track and Field Concludes Action at Al Owens Classic

EMU - Women's Track and Field Concludes Action at Al Owens Classic

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ALLENDALE, Mich. (EMUEagles.com) — A pair of Eagles set personal bests to close out action for the Eastern Michigan University women's track and field team today, April 21 at the Al Owens Classic at Grand Valley State University.



The duo of Shantavia Williams and ReJeana Marigna placed 1-2 in the 200-meter dash, crossing the finish line in 23.73 and 24.11 respectively as both posted personal best times in the event. Rosie White took fourth in the same distance with her 24.34 effort in the finals, while Danielle Clark placed seventh in 24.68.



In the 400-meter dash, Asia Rawls posted the second fastest time in the final heat with a 55.16 effort.



Beverly Elcock was the fastest participant in the 800-meter run, as her 2:11.51 performance topped all competitors this afternoon, while Natalie Webb completed the distance in 2:19.16 in 13th place.



Victoria Voronko led EMU in the 1,500-meter run with her 4:34.29 time, which was good for third place. Webb was the second member for the Green and White to complete the distance in 4:45.05 for eighth place, while Morgan Churchwell followed in ninth in 4:45.17.



The Eagles were led by Cara Smock in the 5,000-meter event with her 18:51.43 run for fifth place.



The quartet of Danielle Clark, Williams, Rosie White and Margina collaborated for a 46.14 in the 4x100-meter relay as the afternoon's top finish in the finals, while Rawls, Elcock, Brooke Scuillo and Churchwell combined for a time of 3:43.55 in the 4x400 relay.



EMU took first in the high jump thanks to Tatijana Jacobson's 1.70-meter effort. In the long jump, Ebony Mundy lept 4.83 meters to take 14th for EMU and would later take 15th in the triple jump after clearing a distance of 9.72 meters.



In the hammer throw, Lydia Diaz-Gomez heaving a toss of 56.42 meters for second on the day, while Angela Scarber took 15th place for EMU with a toss of 48.45 meters.

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