Marie McMahon Earns 10th All-America Honor in Women's Track.




March 14, 1998

INDIANAPOLIS - Providence College senior Marie McMahon of Ennistymon, Ireland finished second (16:11.77) and earned All-America honors in the women's 5,000 meter finals on Friday, March 13 at the NCAA Indoor Track Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. McMahon was followed by PC junior Sarah Dupre of Kingston, Ontario who placed third in a time of 16:19.12. For McMahon it marked her 10th All-America accolade in her career at PC. With her 10 All-America honors, McMahon is tied with her former teammate and U.S. Olympian Amy Rudolph (10-time All-American) for tops in All-America accolades at Providence.

Arizona's Amy Skiresz won the 5,000 in a time of 15:54.58.

 

 

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