CLAREMONT, CA. – The Pomona-Pitzer All Comers on Saturday saw several remarkable achievements get accomplished as seven members of the Pomona-Pitzer Track & Field Team broke into the top-10 of the Pomona-Pitzer record books in their events. The most notable accomplishments came from first year Quin Fraley who set the fifth-fastest time in the 100 Meter Dash at 12.58 seconds and the seventh-fastest time in the 100m Hurdles at 15.30 seconds.
"We had a great meet, and a great day, in beautiful weather," said Head Coach Kirk Reynolds. "It's always good to compete on our home track, and our athletes competed with some fire. It's still very early for us this season, but we are proving that our team is a force, with some very talented athletes."
In the 100m Dash, Fraley's time placed her ninth overall, fastest among Division III athletes. Over in the 400m Dash, Kate Shimamoto placed ninth at 1:03.95 while her teammate LuLu Pinczower took 10th at 1:04.54. Ariel Kivela finished seventh in the 800m run at 2:26.53.
Genevieve DiBari set the seventh-fastest program time in the mile run at 5:19.71 while placing fifth in the event. Rosie Linkus finished seventh in the event at 5:20.66, but also set the eighth-fastest program time.
Fraley went on to finish sixth in the 100m Hurdles with her 15.30 time. Finishing right behind her were Sophie Richards and Phoebe Salowey who both finished at 15.60 seconds to tie for the ninth-fastest program time.
Up Next: The Sagehens will compete again on Saturday, February 23rd as they head across the street for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Rossi Relays at 10:00 a.m.