<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> 07 Terrier

Terrier Classic


January 26-27th at Boston University

Women's Full Results & Men's Full Results

Amherst Results

(Men followed by Women and Recap at Bottom of Page)


 
Event
First
Last
Mark
Place
3000
Nathaniel
Freese
8:42.88
39
3000
Mike
Harbus
8:46.55
46
3000
Harrison
Lakehomer
8:47.52
47
3000
Daniel
Murner
9:00.57
64
Mile
John
Babbott
4:21.07
44
Mile
Carlyle
Eubank
4:23.84
52
Mile
William
Bell
4:24.98
57
Mile
Jimmy
Swanson
4:25.41
59
 
Event
First
Last
Mark
Place
3000
Shauneen
Garrahan
9:55.80
12
Mile
Shauneen
Garrahan
5:05.74
13
5000
Elise
Tropiano
17:34.77 - NCAA Provisional
16
3000
Heather
Wilson
10:14.25
21
Mile
Caitlin
McDermott-Murphy
5:10.03
21
5000
Nicole
Anderson
18:08.70
27
3000
Sophia
Galleher
10:31.13
32

Recap

With the majority of the team competing at Wesleyan on Saturday, a few women and men made a trip to Boston University to compete in the highly competitive Terrier Classic in search of fast times and great competition. The women's meet took place on Friday, and despite the 3rd and final week of intersession practice weighing on the legs and bodies, they posted some very solid times. Shauneen Garrahan reversed her double from last week - this week running the 3k first, and then coming back in the mile 2 hours later. She placed 12th in the 3k, running under 10 minutes and then, in the mile, finished 2nd in her heat, and 13th overall with a time that just missed the provisional mark for NCAA's. Elise Tropiano dropped over 20 seconds from her personal best in the 5k, as she ran a great race and qualified provisionally for the NCAA meet with her time of 17:34. In the same section, Nicole Anderson made her return successful as she just missed breaking 18 minutes. Caitlin Murphy finished 21st in the mile with her run of 5:10, while Heather Wilson finished in the same place in the 3000, running 10:14 and Sophie Galleher - in the same race - ran to a fast time of 10:31.

The men's highest placers at BU came from the 3000 runners, as Nate Freese, Mike Harbus and Harrison Lakehomer finished 1-2-3 in their section, with all of them running their best times ever and placing 39th, 46, and 47th respectively. Daniel Murner, running in the section after them, finished 64th, just missing breaking the 9 minute barrier. The other 4 Amherst competitors all raced in the mile, with John Babbott posting the team's fastest time of 4:21 to place 44th, and then the first year trio of carlyle Eubank, Will Bell, and Jimmy Swanson running together in a section and all finishing well under the DIII NE qualifying mark, and Will and Jimmy both posting their fastest times ever.