YORK, Pa. - The Wesley College Women's Track and Field team earned their highest finish in the CAC Championships in program history, taking second place in the event as a team. Eight different Wolverines earned All-CAC honors based on their performances in the Championships.
Evelina Sloboh highlighted Wesley's All-Conference selections, earning First Team honors. The freshman was also named CAC Rookie of the Year after earning the gold medal in the 60m with a 7.73 finish.
Elizsha Streeter was named All-Conference for the third straight season, garnering First Team honors with her gold medal and record time in the 400m and Second Team honors with her effort in the 200m. Taylor Rae Danforth was also named to the All-CAC First Team after placing first in the pole vault.
The Wesley 4x400m relay team was named to the All-Conference First Team after earning a gold medal in the CAC Championships. Streeter was joined by Briana Artis, Angel Hall, and Quadira Minus to earned the winning time and First Team honors.
Wesley placed three more student-athletes on the All-CAC Second Team. Artis was granted second team honors, finishing just behind Streeter in the 400m while Dieunise Desir and Tyesha Purnell also received All-CAC Second Team nods. Desir placed second in the 800m while Purnell earned a silver medal in the high jump.
The Wolverines will look to continue their success moving forward. Some of the squad will take part in the Boston Last Chance Meet, hosted by Boston University while the team's qualifiers will travel to Staten Island for the ECAC Indoor Championships on March 4.