Women's Track & Field

Brawner Breaks School Record, Qualifies for ECAC's to Lead Central at BU

Brawner Breaks School Record, Qualifies for ECAC's to Lead Central at BU

Sophomore Megan Brawner broke the Central Connecticut indoor 1,000-meter run school record while winning the race with an ECAC qualifying time of 2:54.34 at the Boston University Last Chance Meet on Sunday to lead the Blue Devils.

Brawner broke the 1,000 meter indoor school record of 2:56.67 set back in 2012 by Alasia Greibel.

In the 60-meter hurdles, Hailey Rospierski set a new personal record to take second in her heat in the preliminary round on Sunday with a blistering time of 8.86 seconds. In the finals, Rospierski took fourth place with a mark of 8.95 seconds.

Junior Sierra Nesmith set a new personal record in the 400-meter run with a time of 56.93 seconds, placing 10th overall. Nesmith also jumped 11.60 meters in the triple jump to place seventh overall for CCSU.

Freshman Angie Rafter rounded out a fine showing for the CCSU women's indoor track and field team at the Boston U. Track and Tennis Center, finishing with a time of 2:19.09 in the 800-meter run.

CCSU will send its ECAC qualifiers to the IC4A/ECAC Championships on March 2-4 back at the BU Track and Tennis Center.  

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