Piker won the javelin with a throw of 126-08. She currently sits fifth in New England in the javelin with a distance of 130'11" set earlier this month at a tri-meet with Springfield and WPI. She also is the school record holder in the event (135-07) and was 12th at the NCAA Championship. Piker was also third in the discus (113-06).
Jenkins ran 1:07.81 to win the 400 hurdles. She was also third in the 110 hurdles with a time of 16.61. Her time is the her best this season and moves her into the top 20 in division III New England. Jenkins is also 30th in D III New England in the 100 hurdles with a time of 16.27 from earlier this season.
Sophomore Gabrielle Troise had three top ten finishes on the day take fourth in the hammer (156-03), second in the shot put (33-04.75), fourth in the discus (113-03) and seventh in the javelin (96-07). Troise continue to shine this season as she is sixth in D III New England in the shot put (39-11.25), sixth in the hammer (156-03) and 10th in the discus (124-07).
Other top performances in the throwing events was junior Alexia Troise in the discus (115-10, second place), hammer (136-01, eighth place) and the shot put (33-4.75, 10th place), sophomore Karen Hovey (136-03, seventh place) and freshman Vanessa Huber in the javelin (89-01, 10th place).
On the track freshman Adora Lawrence ran a season best time in the 800 in 2:17.78 for a third place finish, nearly breaking the school record of 2:17.62 set by Ashlee Johnson last season. With her time, Lawrence will move into the top 15 of D III New England. Sophomore Morgan Garrett also competed in the 800 finishing in 10th place in a time of 2:25.09.
Joining Jenkins in the hurdle events was freshman Mary Sims in finishing in seventh place in the 100 hurdles (17.77) while junior Alexandra Cobb (1:11.77, fifth place) and sophomore Molly Yuan (1:12.18, sixth place) had top ten finishes in the 400 hurdles. Sims was also 10th in the triple jump with a distance of 29-2.5.
Senior Jennifer Haley was the final top ten finisher on the day for Coast Guard in the 1500 with a time of 5:04.60 (ninth place).
The Bears are back in action next Saturday, April 29th at the NEWMAC Championship hosted by MIT.