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App State will host the Appalachian Split Track Meet at the Holmes Center and Varsity Gym Friday, Feb. 17.
Courtesy: DC Mayo, Sun Belt Conference
The Mountaineers Set to Host Split Track Meet
Courtesy: Appalachian State Sports Information
Release: Thursday 02/16/2017 (ET)
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BOONE, N.C. - Appalachian State University women’s track and field will host the Appalachian Indoor Open Split Track Meet on Friday, Feb. 17. All running events and the horizontal jumps will be held at the Holmes Center, and all other field events (Pole Vault, High Jump, Weight Throw and Shot Put) will take place in Varsity Gym. The meet will begin at 3 p.m. with the women’s weight throw and the women’s 55-meter hurdles.

Last Time on the Track

App State competed at the Samford Open in Birmingham, Ala. last weekend and turned in multiple performances that broke onto App’s All-Time Top -10 lists. In the short sprints, Darlene Girardeau snatched two top-10 finishes placing third in the 60 meters with a season’s best of 7.61 and landing in sixth in the 200 meters with a time of 25.00. In the 400-meter race, Catherine Crawford finished sixth with a personal best of 57.29, which ranks fourth all-time in App State indoor history.

In the half mile race, Phylissa Greeley ran a personal best of 2:14.20 to place third, which moved her up to No. 8 on the all-times list in the 800. In the mile, Tristin Van Ord placed second with a personal best of 4:55. 67, which ranks fourth in App’s history books. Along with Van Ord was Kathryn Farina and Torre Moser who also clocked personal bests of 4:58.63 and 4:59.01 respectively and are now sixth and seventh on the mile all-times list.

The Black and Gold also grabbed first-place victories in the 3,000 meters, long jump and triple jump. Emily Fedders cruised to first place with a lifetime best of 10:11.06 in the 3,000 meters. On the runway, Chelsey Hargrave came away with two titles winning both horizontal jump competitions. Hargrave leaped 19-0 (5.79m) to win the long jump and bounded a personal best of 40-9.75 (12.44m) to grab the triple jump crown. Her winning triple jump distance ranks ninth all-time and gives her two all-time top-ten performances for the year.

Up Next

App State will compete at the 2017 Sun Belt Conference Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Ala. Feb. 20-21.



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