GENEVA, Ohio – SUNY Geneseo senior Camille Wutz was victorious in the 60-meter dash and the long jump while senior Kristen Homeyer was victorious in the 3,000 to lead the Knights to first place out of 12 teams at the Carnegie Mellon Invitational, Saturday, at the SPIRE Institution.
The Knights compiled 210.5 points to out-distance runner up Case Western Reserve (90) and host Carnegie Mellon (78) in third place.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Wutz bested the 60-meter field with a winning time of 7.96 seconds, while her leap of 5.10 meters (16 feet, 8.75 inches) was also the day's top mark.
- Homeyer clocked a winning time of 10:22.56 to edge junior Elise Ramirez (10:24.57) and junior Dana Cebulski (10:27.77), who finished second and fourth, respectively.
- Sophomore Alexa LaPierre also added a winning effort in the high jump (1.53m/5'0.25"), leading a Geneseo sweep of the top-three places.
Geneseo will next be in action at the Cornell Kane Invitational next Saturday (Jan. 27) with a 10:30 a.m. start.
TOP GENESEO FINISHERS
3. Sarah Bronk 3.22m (10'6.75")
1. Camille Wutz 5.10m (16'8.75")
4. Allie Barlowe 11.39m (37'4.5") (fifth in program history)