BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The University of Pennsylvania track and field team concluded the four-day 2022 NCAA Outdoor East Region Preliminaries on Saturday, as the women competed in four events.
The day started out in the high jump, as Claire Moreau and Addie Renner both competed in the first flight. The duo each cleared their first two heights including their best of 1.71m (5-7.25). Moreau finished 19th in the flight, while Renner finished 21st.
Victoria Agyin wrapped up the events for the Quakers on the infield, competing in the triple jump. In the fourth flight, her best attempt came on her third jump, landing at 12.32m (40-5) to take 35th overall.
Skyla Wilson qualified for the quarterfinals in the 100m hurdles on Thursday, competing again on Saturday night. Competing in the second heat, she finished fourth with a time of 13.51, narrowly missing a top three finish to qualify for Eugene.
The week wrapped up in the 4x400m relay, as the Quakers earned a sixth-place finish in the third heat with a time of 3:39.57. The squad took 16th overall, coming up under two seconds short of qualifying for national championships.
The Quakers will have two student-athletes continuing their seasons at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Oregon on Wednesday, June 8. Marc Minichello will compete in the javelin, while Mayyi Mahama will throw in the hammer.