WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – Wesley College's women's track athletes opened the outdoor season at the 50th Colonial Relays hosted by William & Mary at Zable Stadium on Friday and Saturday afternoon.
The Wolverines set a pair of school-records over the weekend, including the 4x100m Relay of Sophomores Elizsha Streeter and Angel Hall, along with freshmen Ashley Morris and Alexia Mitchell. The combination not only broke a school-record, but shattered Wesley's previous Capital Athletic Conference record by half a second in 47.78. The team finished sixth overall in the event and is the second-fastest Division III time this season.
Morris and Mitchell also ran the first two legs of the school-record breaking sprint medley relay. Following their 200m legs was Danae Carter and Dieunise Desir and the time of 4:24.56 broke the old school-mark by nearly two seconds.
Streeter, Hall and Mitchell also ran in the 4x400m Relay along with freshman Quadira Minus and clocked a 3:57.85 which is also in the top ten nationally.
Wesley also multiple athletes compete in individual events during the weekend with Streeter highlighting those performances. Out of lane eight, Streeter placed 13th overall in 58.07 to rank 15th in the Nation.
Morris clocked a 16.78 in the 100m hurdles, and Desir finished the 3000m Steeplechase in 12:51.49. The lone field athlete to perform was sophomore Kameko Webb who traveled 16-05.25 in the long jump.
The Wolverines return to the track on Saturday, April 11 for the Loyola/Hopkins Invitational in Baltimore.