By Framingham State athletics
FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham State University outdoor women’s outdoor track finished fifth this afternoon at the 2021 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic (MASCAC) Outdoor Track & Field Championships hosted by Westfield State University at Jerry Gravel Track.
The Bears of Bridgewater State University finished the meet as the 2021 MASCAC Team Champions.
The Rams once again saw several school records and new personal bests set on the day.
In the throwing events Delaney Sherman closed the season with a school record toss of 30.25m in the javelin which was good enough to finish second in the event. Sherman tossed a personal best 28.04m in the discus which placed her fifth.
Patrice Haney once again was solid for the Rams in the 100 and 200M dashes. In the 100m, Haney crossed the line in a school best 13.42 second and in the 200M she added another new school record crossing at 27.8.
Elizabeth Dykstra broke the school record in the 400M that she established two weeks ago. Dykstra placed fifth with her new personal best and new school record time of 1:05.03. Brooke Fenton placed eighth in the event with a time of 1:18.54.
Leah Chace paced the Rams in the 1,500M run with a seventh place finish in a school record time of 5:39.88, while teammates Gwen Madden and Katie Hayes finished in seventh and eighth place.
Emily Newcomb led the way in the 800m with an eighth place finish in a time of 2:37.93, while Camille Carvalho placed seventh in the 5,000m run with a time of 22:05.
The Rams 4X400 relay team established a new school record with their fourth place finish. Dykstra, Chace, Hayes and Newcomb combined to cross the line in a time of 4:37.54.
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