YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio --- Two Carlow
University women's track & field athletes broke their own
school records on Day 1 of the Youngstown State University National
Mid-Major Invitational Friday.
Miller (Bolivar, Pa.) improved her score in the
pentathlon to 3059 points - earning her third place out of 21
competitors and exceeding the NAIA indoor national qualifying mark
She also broke her own school
records in several of the pentathlon events: running 10.05 in the
60 meter hurdles; leaping 1.59 meters in high jump; and throwing
10.01 meters in shot put.
Miller jumped 4.87 meters in long
jump and ran 2:39.58 in the 800 to round out her pentathlon
performance on the day.
Fellow junior Larissa
Kijowski (Dayton, Pa.) broke her own school record in
the 1000, placing second of 12 with a time of 3:02.38. It was a record she had held since
Feb. 17, 2018.
The Celtics compete at Day 2 of the
Mid-Major Invitational Saturday, and links to live results are
available at https://bit.ly/Track1920.
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