Women’s Outdoor Track and Field
Trinity’s women’s outdoor track and field team finished eighth in the NESCAC Championship Meet and tied for 15th in the New England Division III Championship Meet, 35th in the New England Open Championships, and 46th in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Championships. Senior captain Jenna Wilborne won the NESCAC triple jump title with a distance of 38’03.50″, and junior captain Lily Talesnick won the league’s hammer throw crown with a facility-record distance of 156’02”. Trinity totaled 55 points, three better than ninth-place Wesleyan and four shy of seventh-place Colby, while Williams won the team title with 170 points. Wilborne also was second in the long jump at 18’00.25″, while Talesnick added a third-place heave of 38’11.75″ in the shot put and was fifth in the discus throw at 112’02”. Sophomore sprinter Katie Tonyai posted a third-place time of 12.46 in the 100-meter dash and finished fifth in the 200-meter dash at 25.84. Wilborne and Talesnick earned All-NESCAC honors in two events apiece due to their respective top-three finishes, and Tonyai joined the pair on the All-NESCAC squad. At the New England Division III Championships, Wilborne and first-year Morgan Sullivan finished third in the triple jump and 800-meter run, respectively. Wilborne covered 38’01.50″ in the triple jump, and Sullivan finished in 2:15.13. Talesnick added a fourth-place distance of 157’03.25″ in the hammer throw and an eighth-place heave of 39’11.50″ in the shot put, while Tonyai was sixth in the 100-meter dash at 12.53. All four Bantams earned All-New England recognition for their performances. Wilborne also earned All-New England Open honors with a sixth-place distance of 38’04.25″ in the triple jump, finishing second in the 20-person field among Division III competitors and 2.5 inches shy of the first-place jumper. She tied for third in the triple jump with a distance of 39’02.50″ to score all 5.5 of her team’s points in the ECAC Championships, collecting All-ECAC recognition for her performance.
Men’s Outdoor Track and Field
Trinity’s men’s outdoor track and field team finished ninth in the NESCAC Championship Meet, as sophomore Aman Stuppard won the triple jump with a facility-record distance of 47’01.00″. Trinity totaled 34.33 points, while Tufts won the team title with 169.3 points. Rookie sprinter first-year Daniel Hughes added a third-place time of 11.10 in the 100-meter dash. Stuppard, who won the triple jump on his final attempt by .04 meters, and Hughes earned All-NESCAC honors for their performances.