The lady Blue Devils put up some impressive marks on their home track. Madison Granger ran a season best in the 1500 with a time of 4:23 and was followed by Liz Lansing in 3rd clocking a PR of 4:27.
Colleen Schmidt ran to a 14-second PR in the 5k with a time of 17:11. In the 800 meters, Kim Hallowes finished in 2:11, and teammate Allison Sturges in 2:12 for a PR.
Anima Banks stepped down to the 400 to come away with a PR of 55.45.
At the Princeton Invitational, Tionna Garner broke her own 800M school record, clocking 2:06.10 for a 7th place finish.
In the 1500M, the Monmouth women came away with four personal bests: Lindsey Bellaran, 4:29; Sydney Engelberger, 4:31; Molly McKeon, 4:33, and Allie Wilson, 4:33.
Competing at the Lenny Lyles/Clark Wood Invite, Grant Stapleton ran a personal best of 1:54.28 for a 2nd place finish with teammate Nolan Daniels right behind in 3rd place with a time of 1:54.28. Jordan Shepherd finished in 5th place for a 2-second PR of 1:55.64.
Mary Ellen Woods and Gabrielle Silvestri both ran to 800 meter PRs of 2:19 and 2:32 at Morgan State University.
Competing at the Esten Challenge, Rachel Atchinson finished 2nd in the 800 with a time of 2:11.98. Her time currently ranks #16 in D3 this season.
Kayla Anderson finished in a lifetime best 4:37 in the 1500, good enough for a 3rd place finish.
Ellen Smith ran a PR in the 10k with a clocking of 37:42.
Whitney Ebert achieved a PR in the 3k Steeple, 11:58.
On the men’s side, Tom Linner ran a D3 #12 time of 3:49 in the 1500 giving him a PR in the event.
Thomas Schultz and Alexander Barbein both ran PRs in the 10k with times of 30:12 and 30:53. Those times rank as #7 and #18 on the D3 national list.
Dominique Shultz ran a 1600M PR of 5:10 at the New Balance Warrior Invitational.
Jack Carmody and Brandon Hontz both ran 9:40 for the 3200M to grab a pair of PRs.
Jared Schell clocked a 9-second PR in the 1600M with a time of 4:41. Teammate Ryan O’Donnell just missed his PR with a time of 4:47.
Madison Edwards clocked a 12:19 3200M for a huge PR by 1:10.
Ashley Rafferty took home the biggest PR of the weekend with a 3200M time of 13:18. Rafferty took 2:30 off her previous best time.
Four Cherry Hill runners took home personal bests in the Cherokee night of distance 3200M Race. Cole Parsons, 9:31; Marc Meltzer, 9:44; Noah Preihs, 10:14, and Michael Onu, 10:29.
Germantown Academy’s Owen Ritz ran to a 12-second PR in the 1600M with a time of 4:21 to come away with a 1st place finish at the Abington Armstrong Invite.
Seneca Valley’s Michael Kolor soloed a 4:15.04 1600M at the Butler Invitational winning by more than 5 seconds. Kolor will compete in the prestigious Penn Relays HS Boys Mile on Friday night.