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.
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).