EMU Women - Knoll and Volgyi Close Out Raleigh Relays
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RALEIGH, N.C. (EMUEagles.com)—Eastern Michigan University's women's track and field team had two student-athletes compete in the final day of the Raleigh Relays, March 28.
Freshman Helga Volgyi (Szombathely, Hungary-Savaria Technical College) had a strong collegiate debut in the hammer throw with a launch of 51.18 meters/167 feet 11-inches. Her mark goes down as the third-farthest throw in EMU laurels, behind only the 2012 pair of performances from Lydia Gomez-Diaz and Angela Scarber.
After running the second-fastest 1500m of her career yesterday, Taylor Knoll (Warren, Mich.-Mott (Lansing CC)) set an outdoor personal record in the 800m run, finishing 11th overall in 2:13.63.
Eastern will remain in-state for their next competition, as the squad will head to Kalamazoo, Mich. to take on the field at the Bronco Classic hosted by Western Michigan University Friday, April 3.
EMU Individual Results (* signifies a personal best)
6. Volgyi, Helga
11. Knoll, Taylor 2:13.63*