The Hamilton College women's track and field team finished in the top three in 15 events, including four first-place finishes, in the non-team scoring 2019 Continental Indoor Invitational at Margaret Bundy Scott Field House on Friday night.
Cat Berry '19 was Hamilton's lone double winner. Berry captured first place in the 60-meter dash final with a time of 8.04 seconds and grabbed the top spot in the 200-meter dash in 26.31 seconds. Berry owns the school record in both events.
Andrea Shipton '22 topped the pole vault field by surpassing 3.15 meters.
Brigit Humphreys '21 recorded a personal-best time of 5:20.10 and finished second in the mile run. Maisie Merz '21 (3:24.31), Emily Dunetz '22 (3:26.25) and Amanda Johnson '21 (3:36.95) finished third, fourth and fifth, respectively, in the 1,000-meter run.
Grace Heller '19 and Andy Uribe '19 finished back-to-back in the 5,000-meter run. Heller crossed the finish line in second place at 18:37.08, just .34 seconds shy of Eva Keohane from Division II Le Moyne College, and Uribe placed third (20:14.76).
Kyandreia Jones '19 seized third place in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 10.38, an event that she holds the school record. Jones recorded a faster time of 10.27 seconds in the preliminary heats. Alanna McGill '22 landed in third place in the 500 meters (1:24.78), and Katie Cronin '21 also finished third in the 3,000-meter run with a time of 11:42.32.
Hamilton's Mia Schiel '22 legged out a second-place finish in the 1,600-meter relay and finished .09 seconds faster than the team in third place. Greene, Lundin and Humphreys were also part of the relay.
In the 800-meter relay, Hamilton's "A" team placed second and the "B" team finished third. Berry, Diamond Jackson '21, Victoria Dunn '22 and Willa Rose '19 finished in 1:52.13. McKela Kanu '22, Caitlin McHugh '20, McGill and Emily Steates '19 crossed the line in 1:56.41.
Hamilton attends Utica College's Pioneer Open on Saturday, Jan. 26 at 10:30 a.m.