Celen, a junior from Townsend, Del., returned to her record-breaking ways at the Sam Howell Inviational hosted by Princeton University. Celen posted a pair of ODAC top-times in the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes. She broke her own ODAC record in the 100-dash with a time of 11.76 seconds. That time is second in NCAA Division III. Celen added a time of 24.51 in the 200-meter dash to take over the top spot in the conference in that event. That time also ranks fourth in the country.
Women's Outdoor Track & Field - Track Events Weekly Honor Roll
Hannah Nichols, Eastern Mennonite (Fr. - Mid-Distance)
Nichols competed in a pair of mid-distance races at the Liberty Collegiate Invitational. She finished third int he 1500-meter run at 4:47.22, setting a new personal-record and improving her EMU #2 all-time mark. It ranks fourth in the ODAC this season. She added an 11th place showing in the 800-meter run at 2:25.41.
Natalie Deacon, Lynchburg (Sr. - Mid-Distance)
Deacon continues to make waves on the track and field scene as the 2014 women's soccer national champion with Lynchburg put herself among the nation's best in the 800-meter run at the Liberty Collegiate Invitational. Her winning time of 2:11.66 tops the ODAC seasonal chart and ranks fourth in NCAA Division III.
Claire Aurand, Roanoke (Fr. - Sprints)
Aurand sprinted twice at the Lynchburg College Invitational. She finished fifth in the 200-meter dash at 25.50, which is second-best in the ODAC this year. She added a ninth-place showing in the 100-meter dash at 12.77.
Marissa Coombs, Virginia Wesleyan (Jr. - Mid-Distance)
Coombs took over the top spot in the ODAC in the 1,500-meter run at the Liberty Collegiate Invitational. She won the event in 4:36.80, which ranks ninth in NCAA Division III. She and her teammates also posted the ODAC's best 4x400-meter relay time in finishing fourth at 4:07.38.