Greensboro, NC (May 3-5) --- DSU finishes in ninth place in the MEAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, scoring 17 points over the weekend.

Senior Faleesha Dowe brought home the only medal for the Lady Hornets. Dowe won silver with a second-place finish in the Heptathlon, scoring a career high 4905 points in the process.  She wraps up her career in the MEAC with four bronze medals, and one silver medal.

Precious Igwebuike places eighth in the same event, scoring 4470 points.

Amber Conyers places fifth in the Long Jump, with a career best mark of 5.86 meters.

Katarzyna Rosikon finishes sixth in the 5000 meters with a recorded time of 19:00.43.

Delaware State’s 4 x 400 relay team (Cydney Davis, Mone’t Peterson, Janae Pitt, and Leah White) records a time of 3:53.48, good enough to finish in eighth place.

The 4 x 100 relay team comprised of Jashella Jenkins, Precious Igwebuike, Loren Harris, and Leah White finishes in eighth place, with a time of 48.49 seconds.

Tiajah Robinson finishes ninth in the High Jump with a career best of 1.57 meters.

Go to https://www.tfrrs.org/results/56621_f.html?team_hnd=1245  for the full results from Championship weekend.

Next on the schedule for the Lady Hornets is the IC4A/ECAC Championships, starting May 11th through the 13th.  Jashella Jenkins (100 H), Precious Igwebuike (100 H) Amber Conyers (Long Jump) Faleesha Dowe (100 H, Long Jump, & Heptathlon), Egypt Parker (Shot Put), and the 4 x 100 relay team have all qualified for the meet.

 

 

 

 

Delaware State women's outdoor track