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Senior Kevin Rosenberg had two outstanding performances in the field Saturday, winning both the shot put and discus. With a mark of 45.61 meters in the discus, Rosenberg set a new personal best and qualified for the New England championships.
Senior Max Milder won the hammer throw for the Huskies and senior Kaylin Miranda captured the top spot in the long jump.
The women’s team also excelled in the field. In addition to Genard’s win in the javelin, senior Julia Westover won the hammer throw with a mark of 46.75 meters and sophomore Alexandra Rose finished second with a 45.44-meter toss.
Olivia Stevens took second in the triple jump and senior Georgia Pingue finished third in the long jump.
On the track, freshman Paul Duffey won the 800-meter run with a New England-qualifying time of 1:52.33.
Sophomore Camille Gooden and senior Chelsea Hudson also qualified for the New England championship. Gooden secured a spot with a winning time of 56.47 seconds in the 400-meter dash. Hudson won the 400-meter hurdles in a New England-qualifying time of 1:02.75.
The Huskies will be back in action Saturday at the Yale University-hosted Mark Young Invitational.
Photo by Nate Owen.