Top Five Flashback: Women's Track and Field #5NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina women's track and field qualified several individuals for the New England regional championships, hosted by Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., with three school records falling.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The New England Division III Track and Field Championships held at Williams College on Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6 saw three school records fall and Alex Demeo (Burlington, Mass.) place fourth in the 10,000 meters, garnering All-New England honors.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. - The Salve Regina University women's track and field team captured its second straight Commonwealth Coast Conference Invitational Championship with a tight 211 – 207.5 win over Roger Williams.
Conway, Jenkins, Varone named captains for women's track and fieldNEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina University head coach Matt Hird has announced the selection of Victoria Varone (Providence, R.I.), Olivia Conway (Jefferson, N.H.) and Megan Jenkins (Walpole, Mass.) to lead the Seahawk women's track and field team during the 2017 season.
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. - Sophomore Alex Demeo (Burlington, Mass.) broke the Salve Regina University women's track and field record for 10,000m on Saturday, and qualified for the Division III New England Regional Championship with a time of 39:08.60.
25 steady laps – and a record – cap Holden’s career at Salve ReginaSPRINGFIELD, Mass. – As rain soaked the track, and the competitors, during the opening laps of the women’s 10,000 meter run at Springfield College on Friday night, Salve Regina senior Shannon Holden (Hingham, Mass.) shot a tentative glance toward her coach and teammates, who were stationed at the top of the first turn.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Salve Regina University senior Shannon Holden (Hingham, Mass.) ran the fastest 10,000m of her life and broke the school record formerly held by fellow senior nursing major Aubrey Palmquist (Bristol, Conn) by over half a minute, in the last race of Holden’s collegiate career.