Sophomore Megan Krumpoch (Shrewsbury, Mass.) was at Penn earlier in the week and still came back to take the top spot in the 400-meter hurdles Saturday at UNH. The Big Green sophomore edged Vermont's Tess Cioffredi to take first by less than half a second as she finished in 1:04.45.
Senior Laura Hempel (Tallahassee, Fla.) also won on Saturday, doing so in the 5,000 meters. Hempel cruised to an easy win in 18:12.20, more than 23 seconds ahead of the second-place runner from UMass.
Junior Emmaline Berg (Holliston, Mass.) was another one of the Big Green women to go from Philadelphia to Durham and not skip a beat. Berg won the discus Saturday at New Hampshire with a 134-5/40.98m on her second attempt of the afternoon.
Berg also claimed third in the shot put (41-7.75/12.69m) to lead the Dartmouth contingent of three throwers.
Sophomore Katelyn Walker (Shaker heights, Ohio) claimed second in the 1500 meters, finishing in 4:40.56, just back of Vermont's first place Kirsten Weberg in 4:39.61.
Naomi Stahl (East Brunswick, N.J.) was third in the 400 meters, the only non-Catamount in the top five as she crossed in 59.47.
Like Stahl, Kaitlyn D'Orazio (York, Maine) was third in her event as well, running a 2:18.15 in the 800 meters, while Caroline Buck (Winter Park, Fla.) and Walker took sixth and seventh, respectively.
In the 100-meter hurdles, freshman Lauren Ready (Lincoln, Mass.) won her heat in 15.11 (+4.8), good for fifth place overall.
Dartmouth will return to Penn's Franklin Field as the stadium will host the 2012 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships next Saturday and Sunday.