Women's Track and Field Seventh After Day 2 of Colonial Relays
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Women's Track and Field Seventh After Day 2 of Colonial Relays

George Mason women's track and field is currently tied for seventh overall after the first full day of competition at the Colonial Relays at William and Mary Saturday.

Mandissa Marshall continued her stellar senior season with a top finish in the women's pole vault with a height of 4.16m bringing in 10 points for the Patriots. Megann Kaiser came in seventh in the same event with a height of 3.56m and Lindsay Horton took ninth when she reached the same height in more attempts.

Emily Muniz also brought in 10 points for the Patriots with a top finish in the hammer throw with a mark of 42.40m followed by Haley Hale in third with a distance of 40.02. Meredith Oare made the championship flight in the hammer throw, finishing fifth overall with a mark of 45.33m.

On the track, Victoria Samyn took 10th in the 1500m with a time of 4:55 while Michael Conway came in second in the men's 10,000m run with a time of 30:08.28.

Michelle Wallerstedt led the way for Mason at the Florida Relays at the University of Florida finishing fourth in the women's discus setting a personal record with a mark of 50.04m.

Byron Sintim also finished in the top 20 with a 12th overall finish in the long jump with a mark of 6.98m and Jason Wellington finished 20th overall in the hammer throw with a distance of 50.93m.

All top 50 results from the Florida Relays:


400m Dash

21 Daianna Barron          54.61

100m Hurdles

25 Shavon Briscoe          13.79  


400m dash

46 Adrian Vaughn           48.09   

400m Hurdles

33 George Empty            53.57     

110m Hurdles

40 Anthony Williams        14.60  

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