Season in Review: 2018-19 F&M Women’s Indoor Track and Field

Season in Review: 2018-19 F&M Women’s Indoor Track and Field

Schedule/Results | F&M Indoor Records 

LANCASTER, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall's women's indoor track and field team delivered a strong 2018-19 campaign, resetting two program marks and bringing home two silver medals from the Centennial Conference (CC) Indoor Championships for a seventh-place finish on Feb. 24. 

The CC Championships returned to Lancaster for the first time since the 1995-96 season, with the two-day event taking place in the ASFC on campus.

Rachel Wylie '20 topped her own record with a 9.31 finish in the 60m Hurdles to take the silver medal. Kaitlin Muccio '19 also delivered a podium-finish, taking second in the 400m with a time of 1:00.35.

Wylie and Muccio teamed up with Madeline Huelbig '22 and Laura Greene '22 to set a program record in the 4x800m Relay with a 9:51.94 finish, which was good for fourth.

The Diplomats started the season off strong, with Wylie (60m Hurdles) and the 4x200m Relay team (Muccio, Wylie, Emily Natoli '20, and Jillian Rotman '22) notching second-place finishes at the Coach I Open, hosted by F&M on Jan. 12.

Muccio kept the pace through the middle of the season, tallying two top-five finishes at the Sunday Invitational on Feb. 10, a meet hosted by Cornell with competitors from across all three divisions, taking third in the 800m (2:238.92) and fourth in the 300m (43.01).