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Hopkins Leads After Day One of the Centennial Championships

Jenn Su won all of the events in the pentathlon to set a new school record with 3,344 points.
Jenn Su won all of the events in the pentathlon to set a new school record with 3,344 points.
Feb. 24, 2018


 Lauren Dellipoali
By Lauren Dellipoali
Athletic Communications Assistant
The Basics
• Location: Collegeville, PA • Ursinus College
• Team Score: 73 points
• The Short Story: Jenn Su and Sophia Cortazzo both set new school records as the Johns Hopkins women's track and field team sits in first after day one of the Centennial Conference Tournament. Hopkins leads second-place Dickinson by 35 points.

How it Happened
Shaina Palmer finished seventh in the 5k with a time of 18:12.04 to get Hopkins two points while Allison Rosen finished eighth in 18:44.87 to add one point the Hopkins' total.
• In the 4x200 relay, the Hopkins team of Alexandra Damron, Rachel Neiman, Marina Ayuso, and Hollis Donovan finished in third with a time of 1:51.53 to earn five more points.
• The distance medley event saw the Blue Jay team of Insa Mannstadt, Daniela Torres, Kristin Meek and Caelyn Reilly finish second with a mark of 12:32.73.
• Hopkins controlled the pole vault, taking spots 1-4. Sophia Cortazzo set a new school record with her win as she cleared 3.49m. Helen Girod finished second (3.34m), followed by Annie Gutierrez (3.20m) and Catharine Wain (3.04m).
• Veronica Montane finished third in the triple jump with a mark of 10.11m.
Jenn Su won every event of the pentathlon as she finished with a new school record score of 3,344 points. That is currently the sixth-highest point total in the nation.

Up Next
• The Blue Jays return to action tomorrow for the final day of the Centennial Conference Championship.

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