The Hamilton College Continentals finished in the top five in 15 events, including nine top-three finishes, in the non-team scoring 2019 Hamilton Outdoor Invitational at Pritchard Track on Saturday.
Cat Berry '19 led the way with a top-finish time of 25.83 seconds in the 200-meter dash and followed with a second-place time of 58.63 in the 400 meters. Diamond Jackson '21 posted a personal-best time of 26.19 seconds and finished third in the 200 meters. Marie Steiner '20 finished third in the 400 meters (1:00.40) and fourth (26.26 seconds) in the 200 meters.
Grace Heller '19 and Mary Lundin '19 earned the top spots in their respective events. Heller posted a time of 18:19.39 in the 5,000-meter run and Lundin crossed the finish line in 2:17.35 in the 800 meters.
One week after recording a time of 48.26 seconds that shattered the 11-year-old program record in the 400-meter relay by 1.10 seconds, McKela Kanu '22, Berry, Steiner and Jackson finished second with a time of 49.02 seconds. Hamilton's "B" relay of Kyandreia Jones '19, Caitlin McHugh '20, Lundin and Willa Rose '19 placed fifth with a time of 52.75 seconds.
Kyandreia Jones '19 and Emma Liles '21 placed sixth in their hurdle events as Jones finished the 100 in 16.68 seconds and Liles finished the 400 in 1:11.07. Liles also placed ninth in the 100-meter hurdles (16.91 seconds), and Gelotte placed seventh in the 400-meter hurdles (1:11.28).
Hamilton competes at SUNY Cortland's Friday Night Under the Lights Invite on Friday, April 12 starting at 3 p.m.