Track & field concludes final day of Atlantic Region Championships

Cat Berry '19  (Jerry Tang '21 photo)
Cat Berry '19 (Jerry Tang '21 photo)

The Hamilton College Continentals wrapped up the final day of competition at the 2019 All-Atlantic Region Track & Field Conference Division III Outdoor Championships at SUNY Cortland's Stadium Complex on Thursday afternoon.

The Hamilton women -- ranked 13th in the Atlantic Region by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association -- participated in four events.

McKela Kanu '22, Cat Berry '19, Marie Steiner '20 and Diamond Jackson '21 posted a time of 48.48 seconds and finished sixth in the 400-meter relay. The foursome broke the school record earlier this season with a program-best time of 48.26 seconds.

Berry, Steiner and Jackson all competed in the 200-meter dash. Berry's time of 25.60 seconds placed her sixth. Steiner and Jackson finished second in their heats and placed 12th (26.47 seconds) and 17th (26.75 seconds) overall, respectively.

Berry also placed 10th in the 400-meter dash with a time of 58.12 seconds, and Leigh Gelotte '19 recorded a height of 1.49 meters in the high jump.