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Harvey Breaks 1,000-Meter Program Record at ECAC Championship

March 5, 2016


BOSTON, Mass. – Navy women’s track and field senior Meghan Harvey (Nottingham, Pa.) broke the 1,000-meter run program record on Day Two of ECAC Championship on Saturday at Boston University’s Track and Tennis Center.

“Meghan [Harvey] continues to run her best race at the ECACs and I am proud of the way she ran today,” Navy head coach Carla Criste said.

Harvey, who garnered All-East honors in the 1,000-meter run last season, placed fourth with a program-record breaking time of 2:47.89. Harvey previously held the program record in the 1,000-meter run at 2:49.01, which she set at least season’s ECAC Championship.

Racing at her first ECAC Championship, freshman Amanda Agana (Fayetteville, Ark.) qualified for Sunday’s finals race in the 500-meter run. The freshman runner placed fourth in the preliminary race with a time of 1:15.21

Senior Morgan O’Connor (Sammamish, Wash.) competed in her final indoor ECAC Championship, placing 14th in the 5,000-meter run. O’Connor clocked her second fastest mark of her career with a time of 17:11.60.

Navy pole vaulters Marissa Stewart, Charlene Kearns and Claire Chandler all finished tied-for 11th, leaping over the bar a 11ft-9.75in (3.60m).

Along with Agana and Harvey, Navy will have athletes competing in both the triple jump (Crystan McLymore) and shot put (Ashanti Curry) on Sunday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. with both field events.

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