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Owls Wrap Up Conference Championships on Sunday

Kass Wojcik runs for the Owls at Gwynedd Mercy in the spring of 2019

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The Centennial Conference Championship meet concluded earlier Sunday afternoon, and the Owls once again put on some excellent performances.

A day after setting a new school record in the 400 hurdles prelims, Kass Wojcik was back at it again on Sunday in the finals of the event. The first-year claimed third place on Sunday with another strong performance, finishing in a time of 1:07.62. Haley Varnum also ran a tremendous race in the final, wrapping up her career by taking seventh place in a time of 1:12.77.

Jennica Terry weathered a tough setback in the 100 hurdles on Sunday. After coming in with the second-fastest qualifying time, she just barely clipped the seventh hurdle in finals. However, she showed tremendous determination to muscle through and get a point with her eighth-place finish.

The 4x100 relay squad earned Bryn Mawr a point to open the day, claiming eighth place with a time of 56.21. That was a special event for the Owls, as it featured two seniors wrapping up their careers, Mariam Mshvidobadze making her conference championship debut, and Rachel Eaglin competing in her ninth event of the championship weekend.

Bryn Mawr closed out the weekend with the 4x400 relay, where the Owls claimed ninth place in a time of 4:25.97.

It was certainly a tremendous weekend for Bryn Mawr, as they claimed eighth place in the team standings with a total of 34.5 points. Even more impressively, the Owls set three new program records over the weekend. Julie Gonzales topped her own pole vault school record, Eaglin absolutely destroyed the program's heptathlon points record, and Wojcik etched her name into the record books with her 400 hurdles trials performance.

The Owls will be back in action on Monday, May 13th for the Swarthmore Final Qualifier.