HANOVER, N.H. – Memorial Field played host to the lone outdoor track & field meet of the season Friday afternoon.

The Dartmouth women’s team posted 223.5 points en route to a first-place finish.

In all, 11 individuals won events and one relay team to secure the impressive point total.

Team Standings:
1.    Dartmouth – 223.5
2.    Vermont – 154.5
3.    UMass Lowell – 114
4.    Hartford – 98

-       Freshman Julia Stevenson won the 3000m steeplechase in 11:12.51 to earn nine points.
-       Amalia Ali was a winner in the hammer throw as he best toss measured 49.86m and came on her first attempt of the day. Alexandra Collins was second with her best throw measuring 44.00m and helping her earn another seven points for Dartmouth.
-       Ali was also third in the discus (39.99m) and sixth in the shot put (11.08m).
-       Meg Tuthill (4:39.42) led the Big Green contingent in the 1500m as Dartmouth claimed the top five spots. Ellie Gonzalez (4:39.64) was second and picked up an additional seven points to go with Tuthill’s nine, while Anna Clark (4:40.11), Georgia Fear (4:45.19) and Grace Thompson (4:53.11) rounded out the top five without points as the home team dominated.
-       Abby Feeney was the top performer in the 100m hurdles with a 14.51 to her credit. Bea Goodyear was third in 15.69 for another six points.
-       Jacqueline Perron-Smith was second in the 400m, running a 1:00.30.
-       Cha'Mia Rothwell continued her strong freshman year, once again winning the 100m in her outdoor home debut. Rothwell crossed in 11.97, while teammate Nicole Deblasio ran a 12.24 to take second as the Big Green picked up another 16 points in the event.
-       Rothwell was also second in the long jump with a 5.47m, while Miranda Lawson was fourth with a 5.15m leap on her final attempt.
-       Deblasio moved up a spot in the 200m, winning the event in 25:10, while Kayla Gilding was third with a 26:09 to her credit.
-       The same was true in the 800m as Aliyah Gallup (2:12.01) and Annalisa Crowe (2:12.23) went one-two in a tightly contested event.
-       Katy Sprout (1:03.44), Marissa Evans (1:03.66) and Danielle Okonta (1:03.68) were separated by a little less than a fifth of a second at the top of the 400m hurdles, but only Sprout and Evans picked up points.
-       Bridget Douglas was the winner in the javelin with a 38.07m throw on her final attempt. Mary Sieredzinski was third with a throw of 33.77m.
-       Maria Garman was the high jump winner as she cleared 1.60m on her second attempt at the height.
-       Also claiming a win in the shadows of the Dartmouth endzone was freshman Julia Valenti thanks to a 3.85m. Shanti Hiremath was second, clearing 3.40m.
-       Sophomore Angela Ortlieb was the runaway winner of the 5000, leading wire-to-wire and crossing in 17:50.45. Her time was just shy of 27 faster than the second-place finisher.
-       Jazz Van Loon was fourth in the triple jump with a 10.65m leap on her first try.
-       Dartmouth wrapped up the day by claiming the top two spots in the 4x400m relay with Gilding, Garman, Hiremath and Sprout combining to finish first in 3:56.62.