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Boston, Mass.--University of New Hampshire runner Amy DeCamp (Londonderry,N.H.) led the UNH contingent at the ECAC championships this weekend in Boston. Georgetown University won the meet with 87 points, and although UNH only garnered two points the group led by DeCamp faired well. The mile run is the event that DeCamp held her own in, finishing in 7th place with a time of four minutes 55.01 seconds.
DURHAM, N.H. — One week prior to the NCAA track and field championships, the University of New Hampshire women’s team is sending nine competitors to compete in four events at the ECAC Championships meet being held in Boston this weekend.
GORHAM, Maine — The University of New Hampshire women’s track and field team finished sixth at the New England Championships at the University of Southern Maine this past weekend. The Wildcats completed the meet with 55 points, just behind the University of Vermont’s 58.5 points. The University of Connecticut took home the championship with 126.5 points.
Boston, Mass.- — The University of New Hampshire women's track and field team finished fourth at the America East Championships on Saturday. The Wildcats finished with 62 points, while host Boston University took home the championship with 162 points.
Durham, N.H. — In their final home meet of the season the University of New Hampshire women's track and field team took to the track against Boston College and the University of Vermont and came out second. The Catamounts won the meet with 147 points then the Wildcats were next with 121 points and the Eagles finished third with 83 points.
Boston, Mass. — The University of New Hampshire women’s track and field team traveled to Northeastern on Friday to compete in the Husky Invitational. The Wildcats came home with 23 points and a seventh place finish in the meet that saw the University of Connecticut take home the top honors with 89 points.
HANOVER — The University of New Hampshire women's track and field team finished third in the 2000 New England Challenge Cup at Dartmouth College on Saturday.
BOSTON — The University of New Hampshire women's track team sent pole vaulters Paige Riff (Lancaster, N.H.) and Shanna Mailloux (Bedford, N.H.) to the season opener at Boston University.