Women's T&F Report - Heartland Well Represented at Region Events

Women's T&F Report - Heartland Well Represented at Region Events
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's indoor track and field teams competed across the Midwest last weekend.
 
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology traveled to the DePauw Tiger Small College Invitational on Friday and the Illinois Wesleyan Keck Select Meet on Saturday. The Fightin' Engineers placed fourth at DePauw while following that up with a sixth place performance at Illinois Wesleyan. Senior Lauren London set a Rose-Hulman record with a long jump performance that ranks No. 9 in NCAA Division III this season at the Keck Select Meet hosted by Illinois Wesleyan last week. London recorded the first 18-foot long jump in RHIT history with the 18' 3 3/4" mark, which placed second in the event behind by a Washington U. competitor who recorded the nation's No. 2 ranked mark this season. 
 
The Franklin and Mount St. Joseph track and field teams also traveled to Greencastle, Ind. for the DePauw Tiger Small College Invitational. The Lions placed fifth while the Grizzlies added a fifth place finish out of six teams. 
 
Earlham College traveled to Granville, Ohio for the Bob Shannon (Denison) Invitational and placed seventh out of 14 teams. Runner Ellie Haland placed first in the 800-meter and clocked a time of 2:23.11, which ranks as the best time in the 800-meter this season in the HCAC and is also ranked 10th in the Great Lakes Region. Haland also ran a leg for Earlham's 4x400-meter team, which finished second with a time of 4:22.94 and ranks as the second-best time in the HCAC. Earlham finished seventh of 14 teams with 35 points, with Haland helping account for 18 points between her individual and relay events.
 
On Saturday, Transylvania University joined the Quakers at the Bob Shannon Invitational and placed ninth in Granville, Ohio.
 
Ohio Northern University hosted the Joe Banks Invitational over the weekend where Bluffton and Hanover participated. The Panthers finished third, while the Beavers placed seventh out of the field of seven teams.
 
Also competing last week were Anderson, Defiance and Manchester at the Anderson Invitational and Oberlin Invitational, all three teams did not post a team score.

For the current HCAC women's track & field indoor performance list, click here.

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Date Teams Event Results Links Notes
February
Fri., Feb. 01 Defiance Oberlin, Ohio  
  Franklin Greencastle, Ind.  
  Rose-Hulman Greencastle, Ind.  
  Mount St. Joseph Greencastle, Ind.  
Sat., Feb. 02 Anderson Anderson, Ind.  
  Bluffton Ada, Ohio  
  Earlham Granville, Ohio  
  Hanover Ada, Ohio  
  Rose-Hulman Bloomington, Ill.  
  Transylvania Granville, Ohio  
  Manchester Anderson, Ind.