HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth women’s track & field team hosted a trio of opponents Friday afternoon at Memorial Field.

The Big Green came away from the first home meet of the outdoor season winners in a big way. The team posted 193 points en route to the win, finishing ahead of UMass Lowell (129), Vermont (125) and Hartford (101) in the standings.

In all, 11 events were claimed by Dartmouth student-athletes with 10 going to individual performers and one won by a relay team.

Cha'Mia Rothwell was a two-event winner, taking home the crown in both the 100m (11.97) as well as the long jump (6.21m). Both wins came in dominating fashion and earned 18 points toward the Big Green’s point total.
Maria Garman (5.37m) was third in the long jump, while Nicole Deblasio (12.21) was second in the 100m. Deblasio would go on to win the 200m later in the afternoon, crossing the line in 25.09, a half-second better than the next-best runner.
• Olivia Weiner won the javelin with a throw of 41.28m to earn nine points. In second was Bridget Douglas as her sixth and final throw measured 40.27m.
Alexandra Collins (47.80m), Amelia Ali (47.58m) and Lily Lockhart (46.20m) went one-two-three in the hammer throw to earn Dartmouth a combined 16 points between them.
• Lockhart also took the top spot in the discus with her best throw measuring 43.65m.
• The pole vault also saw the top three competitors in green and white as Brooke Brunet (3.95m), Olivia Goodwin (3.70m) and Julia Valenti (3.70m) claimed the first three positions. Shanthi Hiremath (3.40m) and Catherine Rozalski (3.40m) took the next two to give Dartmouth the first five in the event.
• The top four spots in the 800m all belonged to the Big Green, led by Georgia Fear in first with a 2:12.35 to her credit. Grace Thompson (2:12.61), Lauren Archer (2:13.82) and Alexa Jennings (2:14.65) all followed in a tight pack at the top of the first and faster section.
Julia Stevenson was the winner of the 1500m thanks to a 4:29.89, while Glennis Murphy claimed third in 4:38.13.
• The 400m hurdles saw a Dartmouth name atop the final times as Danielle Okonta ran a 1:04.00 to win by just over a tenth of a second.
• In the 400m, Dartmouth’s Abby Livingston (57.67) and Katie Laskoski (58.75) went two-three to add another 13 points to the total.
• The final event of the afternoon was the 4x400m relay, a race the quartet of Kayla Gilding, Caroline Walter, Okonta and Laskoski won in 3:56.37.