Celen, a senior from Townsend, Del., took the track for the first time during the outdoor season at the Doc Jopson Invitational and promptly posted a pair of nationally top-10 ranked sprints. Celen won the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.18 seconds, but it was her preliminary time of 12.09 seconds that moved her into sixth place in NCAA Division III and second on the ODAC table. Her name looks down upon the rest of the conference sprinters in the 200-meter dash after winning that event with a time of 24.95 seconds. That time slots ninth in the country. Celen also took a turn in the 4x100-meter relay, helping BC to first in the race and second in the ODAC at 49.38 seconds. She also competed in one field event, placing second overall at 5.40 meters (17-8.75) in the long jump. That is second-longest in the league and 44th in the country.
Women's Outdoor Track & Field - Track Events Weekly Honor Roll
Hannah Nichols, EMU: won the 800m run with a time of 2:24.49 at the Jopson Invitational, marking just her second attempt at the event this season. Also helped EMU to second in the 4x400m relay in 4:22.23.
Carmen Curtis, GC: lowered her school-record 100m dash record to 13.07 seconds in placing 17th overall and tops among D3 competitors at the Aggie Invitational.
Amaya Matthews, LC: won the 100m hurdles at the WildCat Invitational with a time of 16.09 seconds, which ranks second in the ODAC this season. Also competed in the triple jump, placing second at 10.27m (33-8.50).
Marissa Coombs, VWU: shined as the only Division III athlete in the field in the 1,500m run at the George Mason Spring Invitational. Placed second overall at 4:29.49, taking over the top spot in the ODAC and ranking third in the country.