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Dahlberg Scores Win at the ECAC Championships

Dahlberg recorded the second fastest time in school history in the 3000m steeplechase.

Dahlberg recorded the second fastest time in school history in the 3000m steeplechase.

May 13, 2013

PRINCETON, N.J.  – Bridget Dahlberg tallied the second fastest time in school history and set a personal best with her win in the 3000m steeplechase this weekend at the ECAC Championships in Princeton, N.J.

Dahlberg (Newton, Mass.) recorded the personal best time of 10:09.34, smashing her previous mark of 10:16.44. Morgan Mueller finished right behind Dahlberg in the event, scoring eight points with a career best time of 10:13.14. As a team, the Eagles finished 11th out of 54 schools at the event with a total of 27 points.

Liv Westphal (Limoges, France) tallied eight points for the team with her second place finish in the 5000m – a personal best mark of 16:22.69.  Sophomore Madeleine Davidson scored a point in the event for BC with a personal record of 16:36.24 as she placed 8th out of 25 participants.

At the New England Track & Field Championships, the Eagles recorded 34 points en route to a ninth place finish out of 35 schools at Stonehill College.

Senior Allison Stasiuk boasted the top performance for the Eagles with her second place finish in the 5000m (17:09.44).  The mark was a career best for Stasiuk, shattering her previous best by seven seconds.  Alanna Poretta finished fourth in the 5000m, scoring five points with her mark of 17:18.78.

Placing third and scoring six points, junior Erin McKenna tallied a season best time of 2:11.69 in the 800m while Kristen (4,488 pts) and Kim McDonagh (4,417) placed second and fourth respectively in the heptathlon with personal records.

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