Senior Kate Warwick ran the 22nd-fastest time in the nation in Division III in the 10,000-meter run at the UAA championships at Carnegie Mellon, putting her into contention for an NCAA berth. Four other Judges scored points as Brandeis finished in seventh place.
Senior Kate Warwick has yet to run at her preferred distance of 5,000-meters during the outdoor season, but she is nationally-ranked in the 1,500. Junior Kim Farrington is the top-ranked Judge in the UAA in fifth place in the triple jump
Senior Kate Warwick ran with the pack for the first 7 minutes or so, but was unable to hold on to All-America honors today as she finished in 12th place in the 5K event, 35 seconds out of a top eight finish.
Seniors Kate Warwick, in the 5,000-meters, and Chris Brown, in the mile run, will both be ranked third in the nation at the upcoming NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field championships at Grinnell College in Iowa.
Seniors Chris Brown and Kate Warwick won UAA championships in the mile run and 3,000-meter run, respectively. Sophomore Vincent Asante (60m dash) and junior Alex Kramer (3,000) were runners-up in their events in the Judges' only other All-Association performances. Both the Brandeis men and women finished in seventh place.
The Brandeis women's track and field team had three runner-up performances at the Bowdoin Five-Way meet. Sophomore Ali Kirsch was second in the 1,000 on the track, while junior Kim Farrington (triple jump) and senior Lily Parenteau (high jump) were second in the field.
Six standout athletes whose careers spanned the first half-century of Brandeis’ sports history will be inducted into the 14th class of the Joseph Linsey Brandeis Athletic Hall of Fame during ceremonies on March 31 in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center on campus, Director of Athletics Sheryl Sousa ’90 and Friends of Brandeis Athletics (FOBA) President Jim Leahy '85 announced.