Lee Breaks W&L Long Jump Record at Hopkins/Loyola Invite

Lee Breaks W&L Long Jump Record at Hopkins/Loyola Invite

BALTIMORE, Md. — First-year Dana Lee (Nashville, Tenn./St. Cecilia Academy) led the Washington and Lee women's track and field team at the Hopkins/Loyola Invitational on Saturday by breaking the W&L record and the meet record in the long jump.

Lee took first in the event with a jump of 5.64m (18'6.00"). It broke the previous record of 5.49m (18'00.50") set by Stacy Doornbos in 2006. Lee also finished second in the triple jump with a mark of 10.91m (35'09.50"). She set personal bests in the 100m (12.82) and the 200m (26.11).

In the pole vault, first-year Lizzy Stanton (Papillion, Neb./Papillion-LaVista South) and junior Jillian Katterhagen (The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands) tied for third at 3.20m (10'06.00"). Senior Leigh Dannhauser (Bronxville, N.Y./Bronxville) placed fifth in the high jump, clearing 1.50m (4'11.00").

Senior Annelise Madison (Roca, Neb./Norris) claimed third in the 1,500m with a time of 4:38.61. Junior Casey Mackintosh (Marietta, Ga./George Walton) also set a personal best in the event, crossing the finish line in 5:10.94.

The Generals compete at the ODAC Championship hosted by Roanoke on Friday and Saturday.

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