Two women's track athletes earn regional honors

Cat Berry '19 (left) and Mary Lundin '19 (photos by Josh McKee)
Cat Berry '19 (left) and Mary Lundin '19 (photos by Josh McKee)

Hamilton College's Cat Berry '19 (Mansfield, Ohio/Western Reserve Academy) and Mary Lundin '19 (Clarks Summit, Pa./Scranton Preparatory School) were recognized by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Monday, March 4 when the 2019 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field All-Region honorees were announced.

All-Region Honorees release

The top five individuals in each event from each region and each member of their region's top three relays earned all-region distinction. The regions for this award match those used during the cross country season. Hamilton competes in the Atlantic Region.

Berry earned all-region honors for the 200-meter and 400-meter dash. She ended up ranked third in the 200 meters with a converted time of 25.16 seconds at the All-Atlantic Region Track & Field Conference Indoor Championships on March 2, and was fourth in the 400 meters with a team-record time of 57.11 seconds at the Boston University Last Chance Qualifier on Feb. 24. This is the second year in a row she has picked up all-region indoor honors.

Lundin collected all-region honors for the 800-meter run. She wound up ranked second in the 800 meters with a converted time of 2:14.00 at the Colgate University Class of 1932 Invitational on Feb. 9. This is the second straight year she has garnered all-region indoor honors.

Berry and Lundin will compete in the 2019 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, Massachusetts, starting on Friday, March 8.