CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard outdoor track and field is splitting up for the weekend, with team members going to either the UVA Challenge on April 19-20 or the LSU Alumni Gold meet April 20.
What to Know
- The Harvard men's and women's teams left New Haven last weekend with wins at Harvard-Yale. The men won, 95-68, while the women won, 105-57.
- Last weekend, Alana Carroll set a new program record in the pole vault with her mark of 4.01m (13-1.75). She is the first woman in program history to break four meters in the event.
- Against Yale, the Crimson went 1-2-3 in four events – the women's 100H, men's 110H, the women's 100m and women's 200m. Notably, in the women's 100m, Senior Ngozi Musa led the Crimson to a sweep of the top-five spots, crossing the finish line in 11.67 seconds.
- Erick Duffy improved on his PR in the pole vault, reaching a mark of 5.41m (17-9), but is still in second on the all-time Harvard list.
- Will Battershill's 8:49.97 from Harvard-Yale is the third-fastest in program history while Sharelle Samuel's 55.43 in the 400m is also the third-fastest from Harvard.
Harvard travels down for the 125th Penn Relays from Thursday, April 25 to Saturday, April 27. Information for the broadcast of the Penn Relays can be found here.