Lundy, Dissinger among women’s indoor track PSAC qualifiers at Descriver Invitational


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The Shippensburg University Women’s Indoor Track and Field team competed at the DeScriver Invitational at East Stroudsburg University on Saturday, adding several new PSAC qualifiers and securing a victory in the process.

Junior Megan Lundy won the 400 meters with a time of 58.74 seconds, with senior Bri Fells coming in second with a time of 1:00.19. Both performances qualified the runners for PSAC championships.

Freshmen Bryanna Dissinger and Alexandria Hamill both became PSAC qualifiers with their standout performances in the 5K. Dissinger posted a time of 18:19.76 in the race, which is SU’s top mark all season, while Hamill’s time of 19:00.38 puts her amongst the Top 20 league qualifiers.

In the throws competitions, sophomore Ava Bonetti paced SU in both events. Bonetti achieved a new season best in the shot put, throwing for 39 feet and 11 ¼ inches.

Overall, the performance at the meet has brought SU’s PSAC qualifier count to 31. The team will be in action again this weekend, with squads going to Bucknell and Boston to compete.


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