Cambridge, Mass.—The Rhode Island College women's track & field team took home first place in five events at MIT's Sean Collier Invitational on Saturday afternoon as the Anchorwomen prepare to defend their Little East Championship next week.
• The Sean Collier Invitational was an individual meet with no team scoring.
HOW IT HAPPENED
• Senior Eleni Grammas (Cranston, RI) won both the 100m (12.24) and the 200m (25.23), while placing second in the 4x100m relay (48.63).
• Senior Nicole Grammas (Cranston, RI) finished first in the 400m (1:00.77). She also placed second in the 4x100m relay (48.63) and 11th in the 200m (27.33).
• Senior Margaret McCaffrey (East Greenwich, RI) won the 800m (2:16.83).
• Sophomore Chelsea Yang (Warwick, RI) finished first in the hammer (48.67m) and was sixth in the shot (10.58m).
• Senior Oluwafunmibi Yusuff (Providence, RI) finished second in both the shot (11.05m) and the discus (32.72m). Yusuff also placed fourth in the hammer (45.99m).
• Junior Emma Landroche (Warwick, RI) finished second in the 4x100m relay (48.63), fourth in the triple jump (5.49m), eighth in the 100m (12.99) and ninth in the 200m (26.59).
• Freshman Trinity Hayes (Providence, RI) finished second in the 4x100m relay (48.63), third in the 200m (25.88) and fourth in the 100m (12.60).
• Freshman Georgerinna Farley (Providence, RI) finished second in the hammer (48.40m) and 11th in the discus (25.49m).
• Junior Jamie Dobson (Bradford, RI) finished sixth in both the hammer (44.10m) and the javelin (29.91m).
• Sophomore Melissa Mejia (Providence, RI) finished fifth in both the discus (29.48m) and the hammer (44.67m).
• In upcoming action, Rhode Island College will compete at the 2019 N.E. Alliance/Little East Championship, hosted by Fitchburg State on Saturday, April 27.