Women's Track & Field

Women's Track Competes at Yale Springtime Invite

Women's Track Competes at Yale Springtime Invite

Freshman Nablissa Lomotey led the Central Connecticut women's track and field team at the Yale Springtime Invitational on Sunday. She won the javelin with a throw of 127 feet. The 4x100 meter Blue Devil relay team also highlighted the day with a third place finish. The team of senior Samantha Binette, freshman Rachel Dombroski, freshman Dara Edge and sophomore Amy Sanjurjo recorded a time of 49.47 seconds.

Sanjurjo also recorded top performances in the long jump and the 100 meter dash. The sophomore placed third in the long jump with a distance of 17'9.5" and took sixth in the 100, recording a time of 12.97 seconds. Sophomore Shamone Allien finished just in front of Sanjurjo in the 100, crossing the line in 12.95 seconds to place fifth.

Dombroski also placed fifth in another event on Sunday. She finished the 400 meter dash in 1:00.14. Sophomore Amanda Kelley recorded three top field performances at Yale. The Cumberland, RI native threw the discus 127'1" to place second and recorded a distance of 41'4.25" to take third place in the shot put. She also added a sixth place finish in the javelin with a distance of 114'6".

Central Connecticut will next compete at the Northeast Conference Championships in Emmitsburg, MD on May 1 and 2.