Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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The Muhlenberg indoor track teams broke four school records and qualified three individuals for the ECAC Championships at the first meet of the season for most of the squad, the Kutztown Invitational.

The Kutztown Invitational was a non-scoring meet that featured mostly athletes from Division II schools.

The record-breaking began with the first event of the meet, as freshman Meghan Douglas-Snyder pole vaulted 9-0, two feet better than the previous mark.

Freshmen Ashlie Hankee and Carolyn Schoen both qualified for the ECACs in the 55 hurdles while finishing second and third. Hankee ran a 9.21 to break the record she set last week at Lehigh. Schoen clocked in at 9.40 in the finals but at 9.29 in the trials.

Hankee also came in second in the 55 meters. She was one of three Mule freshmen, along with Melissa Koberle and Amy Ratner, to finish in the top six.

Senior Katie Garrett shaved four seconds off the school record in the 1,000 meters, placing second with a time of 3:27.17.

Sophomore Josh Cohen was the lone record-setter on the men’s team, running the 300 meters in 38.20. Sophomore Joshua Boyer missed the school record in the triple jump by just five inches, but his mark of 44-0 was an ECAC qualifier.

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Freshman Emily Yedowitz (above) placed third in the triple jump and sixth in the long jump; sophomore Brian Cash took first in the 1,000 meters.

Emily Yedowitz

Brian Cash

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Last updated January 18, 2002