Women's Track & Field Defeats Maine, 103-82

DURHAM, N.H. – Senior Kaitlyn Dugan (Hatfield, Pa.) produced a pair of top-two finishes, as well as a second-place finish, to lead the University of New Hampshire women's track & field team to a 103-82 victory against the University of Maine on Saturday afternoon at Paul Sweet Oval.

Dugan was part of a team win in the 4x400-meter relay. Junior Kaitlin Kwiecien (Hampstead, N.H.), Dugan, freshman Kathryn Darmody (Westport, Mass.) and senior Meghan McGrath (Merrimack, N.H.) finished in a time of four minutes, 7.18 seconds.

Senior Camille Quarles (Derry, N.H.) was victorious in the long jump with a leap of 18 feet, 0.25 inches. Dugan was second with a mark of 17-2.25.

Kwiecien also won an individual event of her own, finishing first in the 500 meters in a time of one minute, 18.68 seconds.

Graduate student Rita Ciambra (Hanover, N.H.) won the pole vault as she cleared a height of 12-7.50. Freshman Bryn Estes (Lebanon, N.H.) was second at 9-0.25.

Senior Megan Donohue (Stratham, N.H.) won three of the five events to capture the pentathlon with a total of 3,160 points.

Sophomore Rosemary Read (West Greenwhich, R.I.) submitted a first-place finish in the weight throw with a toss of 50-1.25. Junior Laura Stern (Shirley, Mass.) was second with a throw of 48-11.50.

Sophomore Allison Brehm (Pembroke, N.H.) ran to victory in the 55 meters in a time of 7.42, edging out classmate Elizabeth Adejuyigbe (Penacook, N.H.), who finished just two-hundredths of a second behind Brehm.

Sophomore Darcy James (Exeter, N.H.) won the mile in a time of 5:11.64. Freshman Julia Credendino (Islip, N.Y.) was second at 5:16.63.

Senior Jasmin Washington (Waltham, Mass.) was first in the triple jump with a leap of 35-10.75.

Freshman Stephanie Walsh (Penacook, N.H.) finished first in the shot put with a throw of 33-3.75. Sophomore Keyla Salazar (Nashua, N.H.) was second at 33-1.75.

The Wildcats return to action Saturday, Jan. 22 (12 p.m.) when they play host to the College of the Holy Cross and Quinnipiac University at the Paul Sweet Oval.

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