Jan 15, 2000  

Contact: Adam Levin
Phone: (207) 786-6411


Quad Cup I
at MIT
Cambridge, Mass.


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Bates College women's track and field team place fourth at their first muti-team meet of the season, finishing behind Division II UMass-Lowell, MIT and Southern Maine.

The Bobcats got two individual wins. First-year jumper Aisha Bell () took the triple jump with a leap of 34-5.5, qualifying for the ECAC and New England Division III Championships. Another Bates rookie, cross country standout Abby Anthony (Jamestown, R.I.) won the 5,000 meter run in a time of 18:25.04. Bates' most impressive showing in a single event was inthe 20-pound wiehgt throw, where the Bobcats took four of eight scoring spots.

UMass-Lowell		226
MIT			163
Southern Maine		106
Bates			97

Bates Scorers:
55m hurdles: Erika Bristol, 6th, 9.77; Jessica Caron, 7th, 9.95
55m dash: Johie Farrar, 2nd, 7.83
200m dash: Johie Farrar, 3rd, 27.75; Margaret Herrick, 7th, 29.73
800m run: Kim Thomas, 8th, 2:54.72
1000m run: Elizabeth Wallace, 3rd, 3:24.68
Mile run: Elizabeth Wallace, 6th, 5:46.85
5000m run: Abby Anthony, 1st, 18:25.04
20-pound weight throw: Erika Bristol, 2nd, 46-9 ; Jen Winslow, 4th, 43-1;
	 Jen Strahle, 5th, 39-2 ; Cami Wood, 7th, 37-8 ; Danielle Mattea 8th, 35-10
Long Jump: Aisha Bell, 5th, 15-2 
4x200 relay: Bates, 2nd, 1:57.29
Triple Jump: Aisha Bell, 1st, 34-5 
Shot Put: Mylissa McGann, 33-0
High Jump: Anya Belanger, 4th, 4-10

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