The Middlebury College indoor track teams competed with Bowdoin and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in an indoor meet in Maine on Saturday.
First-year racer Jen Katz (Winchester, Mass.) turned in two more record-breaking performances in the 55 and 200 meter races. She broke her own school records in both races, winning the 55 in 7.44 and the 200 in 26.93.
First-year racer Jennifer Brenes (Lawrence, Mass.) also won a pair of events, capturing the 55 hurdles in 8.89 and the long jump with a 16'1" effort. Another rookie, Kelley Coughlan (Port Jefferson, N.Y.), won the triple jump with a leap of 32'2.75".
In the pole vault, junior Meira Lifson (Edina, Minn.), sophomore Sarah Wilson (Winchester, Mass.) and first-year racer Emer Feighery (Westborough, Mass.) each cleared 10'1" in the pole vault. Lifson did it in the fewest chances, earning first place, followed by Wilson and Feighery.
Senior Kevin Bright (Sharon, Mass.) won a pair of events on the men's side, capturing the 200 in 23.23 and the 400 in 51.52. Sophomore Jimmy Butcher (Garden City, N.Y.) was a winner in the 3000, finishing with a time of 8:49.71.