PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Senior Carly Paul (Fort Collins, Colo.) set a pair of school records in the heptathlon and long jump at the Auburn Tiger Track Classic and the Brown men's and women's track & field programs posted several individual victories at Ocean State Invitational over the weekend.
Tiger Track Classic
Paul continued her impressive campaign with a standout performance at Auburn over the weekend as she won the heptathlon with 5,509 points, breaking the school record of 5,504 set by Lindsay Taylor in 2000, for second all-time in Ivy League history. She picked up a win in the high jump (5-9.75) and also set the school record in the long jump (20-3.75), beating Emile Berge of South Alabama by 30 points to win the heptathlon. Paul's long jump mark passed Margaret Crumety '93 (19-10.25), who set the previous school record in 1992, and is the first in program history to break 20 feet.
Paul is currently listed 10th in the nation in the heptathlon. She previously won the Ivy League title in the pentathlon and broke the school record in the long jump during the indoor season.
Ocean State Invitational
For the men, Nik Zemis (New Philadelphia, Ohio) topped the field in the 400 meters with a winning time of 49.45 and Bretram Rogers (Grand Prairie, Texas) won the 400-meter hurdles in a personal-best time of 55.49.
Zack Emrich (North Kingstown, R.I.) was runner up in the 800 meters, crossing in a time of 1:49.78, while Hughes Benjamin (New Orleans, La.) also turned in a second-place showing in the 3,000 meters at 8:45.63.
In the field, Ryan Laudermilk (Riverside, Calif.) captured first place in the high jump with a cleared height of 6-6.75. Michael Coppolino (Cumberland, R.I.) added a first-place showing in the hammer throw with a personal-best toss of 182-4.
On the women's side, Zion Lewis (Canton, Ga.) set a personal best in the 100 meters with a winning time of 11.98 before Audrey Holt (Alpharetta, Ga.) took second at 12.15. Lewis also captured first place in the 200 meters in a time of 25.10.
May Stern (Providence, R.I.) added a win in the 400 meters at 55.53 and Alexis Van Pernis (Kailua Kona, Hawaii) turned in a first-place finish in the 800 meters in a time of 2:12.21. Jillian Turner (New Providence, N.J.) crossed first in the 3,000 meters at 10:03.54.
Uloma Nwaolu (Washington, D.C.) won the high jump with a personal-best cleared height of 5-7, edging UMass Lowell's Sydnee Spruill, while Ijeoma Uche (Lawrenceville, Ga.) took first in the long jump at 19-2.75. Mollie Redman (Bedford, N.H.) secured a win in the triple jump with a personal-best leap of 38-8.75 and Josie Natrasevschi (Fort Collins, Colo.) won the discus at 163-6.
Brown will head to the Larry Ellis Invitational next weekend.