Hampshire College Track and Field Teams Impress at USCAA Nationals

Alena Maes-Polan F22 broke the USCAA national meet record for pole vault with a height of 3.20 meters (10' 6"). She also won the high jump and the 100-meter hurdles, both setting new Hampshire records, and finished in second place in the javelin and the 400-meter hurdles. Alena was named First Team All-American. 
Malena Price F23 broke the 200-meter school record and Sekani Prichett did the same in the shot put.

Artemis Moleus F21 won the 400-meter hurdles, placed second in the pole vault, and came in fourth in the 100-hurdles, and was named First Team All-American.  
Matteo Zumbano F23 tied for third in the pole vault; Claire Gullemin placed fifth in the hammer throw. 
Together, they scored 78.5 points — by far the highest point total for Hampshire’s women’s team — leading the College to a fourth-place finish, our best result ever at the USCAA national meet.

On the men’s side, Wolfie Krebs F22 placed second in the 400-meter hurdles and third in the 110-meter hurdles, and led the 4x400-meter relay team, which shaved five seconds off the school record — all thrilling, close races. He also placed fifth in the pole vault and was named Second Team All-American.
Aaron Lyubansky F22 set the 10-kilometer Hampshire record, Mark Wing broke the five-year-old steeplechase school record, and Ian Novotne ran a personal best in the 800-meter race. 
Jamih Griffin F22 helped the 4x100-meter team place seventh. 
The men’s 33-point team total was Hampshire’s highest, and their eight-place win tied for the best ever finish.
View both teams’ complete results here.

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