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PRINCETON, N.J. - Juniors Megan Hepp (Milton, Vt.) and Caitlin Hayes (Keene, N.H.) led a small but impressive contingent from the University of New Hampshire women's track and field team at the ECAC Championships, which were held at Princeton University's Weaver Track and Field Stadium from May 15-18.
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's outdoor track & field team closed strong with 13 points in the final two events and finished in second place at the New England Women's Track and Field Championships that were held at UNH's Reggie F. Atkins Track and Field Facility from May 9-10. UNH compiled 77 points, which was second only to the University of Maine (78.50).
DES MOINES, IOWA- Running at the highly-competitive Drake Relays, the women's 4x800 meter relay squad of Katie Litwinowich (Holden, Mass.), Amy Czesnowski (Branford, Conn.), Leighann Carpenter (Princeton, Mass.) and Kristen Meisner (Nashua, N.H.) shattered the five-year old school record by more than eight seconds en route to their fifth place finish in the event. The foursome crossed the finish line in 8 minutes, 51.06 seconds, just behind fourth place Colorado State (8:49.13).
DURHAM, N.H.-The University of New Hampshire women's outdoor track and field team has announced numerous schedule changes for the upcoming 2003 season. The Wildcat Relays, scheduled for March 29 at UNH's Reggie F. Atkins Track and Field Facility, has been canceled. The first home meet will now be April 12 (noon) against Maine, Vermont, Boston College and Dartmouth. The complete changes are listed below: