LANCASTER, Pa. - Henley Siegrist won the 55-meter and 200-meter dash on Saturday at the Coach I Open hosted by Franklin & Marshall. Siegrist ran 7.89 in the 55m and a 27.78 in 200m. The meet was a non-team scoring event and featured participants from Division's II and III.
Hannah Westlake was not far behind Siegrist in 200m placing third (29.45). Kristen Marinaccio and Caitlin Regan took third and fifth in 55m. Marinaccio finished at 8.06 and Regan crossed the line at 8.25. Earlier in the meet, Regan placed first in the 400m (62.85). Marinaccio finished in first place in the long jump with a distance of 4.70m.
The 4x800 and 4x400 relay teams both took first. The 4x800 finished with a time of 10:48.60 and the 4x400 crossed the finish line at 4:32.17.
Kelly Farrelly took third (11:28.66) in the 3000m and Mary Kate Shelly placed sixth (11:48.20) in the event. Alexis Teevens and Bridget Grogan each placed in the top-five in the one-mile run. Teevens ran a 5:38.15 and Grogan finished with a time of 5:57.80.
F&M had a good showing in the field as Catherine Westerduin took first in the triple jump and Martha Stefaniak placed second in the shot put. Westerduin jumped 10-meters and Stefaniak threw for 10.16m.
Megan Hunter and Sheena Crawley competed at the Bison Open hosted by Bucknell. Hunter placed fourth in 800-meters. She finished with a 2:19.23 and competed against 38 runners. Crawley took second in the one-mile run. Crawley finished with a time of 5:06.76, just .31 seconds behind Abigail Huber from Shippensburg.
The Coach I Open is named after long-time track & field coach Bill Iannicelli '43. Iannicelli coached at F&M for 33 years and the Willow Valley resident was in attendance at the meet.
F&M returns to action on February 7th when the Diplomats travel to East Stroudsburg.