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The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa women’s track and field team capped off a historic weekend at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Championships with a team runner-up finish behind more record performances.

“I’m so incredibly proud of this team and staff,” said Tim Boyce, director of track and field. “This was a record-setting weekend in multiple respects and our best ever MPSF finish. We had so many great accomplishments but we’re most proud of how these women have persevered through all of the challenges thrown their way over the last few years.”

The Rainbow Wahine posted their highest ever team finish at the MPSF Indoor Championships, marking the third straight year that UH has placed in the top four in the event. The ‘Bows took home conference titles in five different events—the most gold medals ever accumulated by a Hawaiʻi team at an indoor conference championship meet.

“This is the best all-around team we have ever brought to these championships, and it showed in our confidence and energy throughout the last two days,” said Madeleine Carleton, track and field head coach. “Despite the challenges we’ve faced, we had a number of dominant wins and record-breaking performances en route to our highest finish ever at this meet.”

  • 4x400m relay: 1st – Amy Warrington, Alyssa Mae Antolin, Gordon and Isabella Kneeshaw
  • 200 meter dash: 1st – Alyssa Mae Antolin
  • High jump: 1st – Lilian Turban
  • Pole vault: 1st – Helen Hoadley
  • Triple jump: 1st – Tara Wyllie, 3rd – Sammie Gordon
  • 800 meter run indoor: 1st – Catherine Touchette, 2nd – Samantha Gordon
  • High jump indoor: 2nd – Samantha Gordon
  • Indoor pentathlon: 2nd – Samantha Gordon
  • Weight throw – 3rd – Montserrat Montanes i Arbo

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