Feb. 14, 1998
Providence College Women's Track at Valentine Invitational Statistics
PROVIDENCE FINISHERS Event Place Athlete Time Mile 2nd Maria McCambridge 4:43.51* Mile 7th Rachel Hixson 4:51.70 Mile 10th Dana Ostrander 5:00.63 400 meters - Joan Bohlke 59:48 500 meters - Sarah Doyle 1:20.52 800 meters - Kathy Sutkowski 2:23.21 1,000 meters - Samantha Samberg 3:12.49 3,000 meters 1st Marie McMahon 9:16.15* 3,000 meters 3rd Sarah Dupre 9:22.13
Note - Maria McCambridge and Marie McMahon each posted the fastest collegiate times in the country in their respective races. McCambridge, McMahon and Sarah Dupre each qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track Championships with their times today.
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