BU Valentine Invitational
Ann-Ick Lamar from Harvard ran a mile PR in 5:06. hot damn! -by (2008-02-10)McElligott
The bees threw it down Saturday at the home track. Emily Letts won (oh yes, 'won') her debut indoor 5K in 18:50.41. Heidi Bretscher had a 6 million second PR with 19:28.41. Annick Lamar placed second in the mile with 5:11.25, while Megan Bonney hung on to win her heat (her first ever heat victory) after taking an early lead. I believe it was a PR. She then went and ran a bangin' 800. Emma Lo continued her ascent to glory, coming in second in the 3,000 meter run in 11:01.21. Darian Lunne won the 800 and made a 2:19 look way too easy.
The sprinters went crazy. Eliza Reiss came in first in the 55 meter hurdles, finishing in 8.76, while Mara Miller came in third at 8.99. Zoe Welch (7.77) and Mara (7.81) placed third and fourth in the 55 meter dash. Aileen Keogh ran a blistering 1:01.54 quarter. 200 runners exhibited ridiculous depth as Christina Neilson (27.23), Eliza Reiss (27.45), and Zoe Welch (27.28) went under 28. The 4x200 will be disgusting.
In the jumps, Eliza Reiss took first in the high jump with 4-11. Jessie Belden continue a s'ameliorer apres que son retour de Paris avec 4-9. Jessie also finished third in the long jump with 15-3. Alex Mayhey came in fourth-place at 14-5. Melissa Nylander (9-6) placed second in the pole vault, improving her Muhlenberg effort by 6 inches. In the shot put, Jackie Freund threw 36-7. I need to learn more about shot put.
I know for a fact that there were other notable performances. Bees, email me and I'll get them in. ps this is kate. -by (2008-02-06)...
... -by (2007-02-10)Elo runs 10:37, sets new PR
In a new personal best, Bee distance runner Emma Lo runs a blistering 10:37 over 3,000 meters at the Lafayette-Rider Invitational, held at the Armory in New York. Said Lo after the race, "I felt relaxed, almost too relaxed."
Also, Bee Darian Lunne wrecked shop in the mile.
Also,I hate you Browe, Don. -by (2007-02-10)Shapiro named Bee of the week
Some said it was impossible, but today, shooter shapiro proved all the nay-sayers wrong by becoming bee of the week. When asked what he had to say for himself, all shaprio had to say for himself was, "this is for the haters" -by Brandon Rowe (2007-02-04)Bees Win 7 Sisters
The bees dominated the 7 Sisters meet, run on their home 3-mile course, with runners Annick Lamar placing 2nd (18:04), Jane Weber 3rd(18:10), Darian Lunne 10th (18:48), Maxine Markfield 11th (18:48) and Emma Lo 12th(18:50). Team scores were Haverford 38, Swarthmore 74, Wellesley 75, Smith 90,
Vassar 130, Mount Holyoke 131, and Bryn Mawr 162. The bees were happy to have really run as a team. -by Emma Lo (2006-10-14)Time trial September 1
The bees raced LaSalle, Bryn Mawr, and St. Joe's at the 3 mile time trial Friday. Top performances were:
4. Annick Lamar, 19:36
8. Chloe Levenson, 20:13
9. Clare Eshenour, 20:20
10. Emma Lo, 20:23
11. Claire Brislin, 20:28
12. Deirdre Din, 20:29
13. Emma O'Neil, 20:35
16. Danielle Stollack, 20:44
Riz: "We were 1minute between 1st and 7th woman. we were 22 seconds between 2nd
and 7th woman." -by Emma Lo (2006-09-02)Bee's Run Well at Pine Beach 5k
Brittany Massare ran a lifetime best over 5k (20:24)when she placed 10th in the female division of the Pine Beach 5k this Sunday. Joining her was teammate and rising senior Danielle Stollak (21:55), running a conservative effort due to her recent return to training. Great job, bees! Full results can be found here -by Bernie Jones (2006-06-26)Bees to represent at Nationals
Aislinn Sowash (110HH) and Annick Lamar (800, 1500) both were on the final declarations list for Nationals. Aislinn will be attempting to add to her five All-American performances while Annick will attempt the middle distance double. Good luck to the Bees! -by (2006-05-23)Bees Perform at Tuppeny Twilight
Congrats to Annick Lamar for an NCAA Provisional Qualifying time in the 1500m of 4:37.87, which is the third best time ever run by a Haverford female athlete.
Also amazing job by Claire Brislin who broke the 15-year school record in the 400m hurdles and missed provisional qualification by only .15 seconds with a time of 64.31.
Way to go Jessie Belden for a 3.34 second PR in the 800m, 2:24.14. -by Emma Lo (2006-05-16)