BALTIMORE, Md. - Freshman Allison Krahe took fifth among Divison III athletes and set a new school record in the 800 with a time of 2:21.35 at the Hopkins/Loyola Invitational. Krahe's time also gave her a spot into this season's ECAC Outdoor Championships.
Freshman Rachel Panek missed out on a school record in the 400m hurdles by just .02 seconds with a time of 1:05.25, but did finish first overall in the event. Panek's time is currently second best in the region and the MAC. Sophomore Dyonne Hicks, who owns the current school record in the event, placed sixth with a time of 1:07.64.
Junior Kelly Winklbauer clocked a 4:55.68 in the 1500m run, giving her fifth among DIII athletes in the event. Winklbauer's time just made the qualifying cut of 4:55.70 for the ECAC Championships.
Sophomore Achol Odolla qualified for ECAC's in the 3000m Steeplechase with a time of 12:39.29.
In the long jump, sophomore Kimberly Hammond placed first among DIII athletes with a leap of 5.29m. Hammond also placed third among DIII athletes in the 100 and 200 with times of 13.30 and 27.68.
In the shot put, junior Jess Rega's toss of 11.94 meters gave her third among DIII athletes, while sophomore Kiarra Nowell placed fifth with a 10.93. Nowell also had a toss of 37.19 meters, giving her second in the DIII field, while junior Lauren Dioses threw a 35.38.
The Mustangs finished seventh out 15 schools with 43 points. Hopkins won the team title with 197.
Stevenson is scheduled to compete in the Oscar Moore Invitational, hosted by Rowan University, on Saturday, April 7.