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BRIDGEWATER – The Framingham State University women’s track and field team received solid performance from Emily Newcomb and Alyssa Caputo opened the 2022 season Saturday afternoon at the BSU Bears Invitational in Bridgewater.


  • Newcomb recorded a pair of solid performances for the Rams finishing first in the 3000M steeple chase completing the race in a time of 13:15.68. Newcomb crossed the line fourth in the 800M run earlier in the day. Newcomb finished the 800 in a time of 2:29.26. 
  • Caputo competing in her first collegiate meet placed sixth in the discus throw. Caputo toss went 31.41 meters, while teammate Kaylee Beck placed 13th in the event with a toss of 26.72M. 

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  • Beck was the Rams top finisher in the shot put. She placed 10th with her toss of 9.06M, while Mollie Pimentel also had a good day in the event with her toss of over seven meters. 
  • Patrice Haney was solid for the Rams in both the 100 and 200 meter dashes. Haney placed 21st in the 100 with a time of 14.01 and 25th in the 200 with a time of 29.5.  
  • Elizabeth Dykstra placed 18th for the Rams in the 400M dash with a time of 1:07.54, while Leah Chace and Jamie Mills were also solid with times of 1:08.79 and 1:15 respectively. 
  • Becca Morris finished ninth in the 400M hurdles for the Rams finishing at 1:23.89. 

UP NEXT:  The Rams are back in action next Saturday when they travel to UMass Dartmouth for the Corsair Classic. 

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