HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth women’s indoor track & field team hosted another meet inside Leverone Field House and once again came away winners.

The Big Green scored 89 points en route to defeating Columbia (55) and Yale (37) in the standings of Saturday’s tri-meet.

• After running an 8.39 to finish first in the preliminaries of the 60m hurdles, sophomore Cha'Mia Rothwell blew away the field in the final with an 8.40. Rothwell owns the school record of 8.30 — set last year — and was close to breaking it on Saturday, but settled for beating her competition by an astounding 36-hundredths of a second to pick up five team points in the final.
• Rothwell wasn’t done winning just one event either, as she would later go on to take the top spot in the 200m. The second-year standout ran a 24.38 to win by half a second. Nicole Deblasio claimed third in 25.07
• Deblasio picked up a trio of points in the final of the 60m as well. The junior sprinter finished second in the final, running a 7.89.
• In the mile, Bridget O'Neill won a close, fast first heat that proved to be good enough for the top time in the event and secure five points. O’Neill ran a lifetime PR of 4:51.12 to edge out Yale’s Andrea Masterson (4:52.03) in second. Dartmouth rookie Glenny Murphy was third in 5:02.18 for another two points.
• The 800m race saw Abby Livingston (2:10.98) and Anna DiMarcello (2:16.24) go one-two to secure an additional eight total points toward the team score. Livingston's time was the fastest by an Ivy League woman this season.
• Freshman Samantha Stevens won the shot put as her fifth throw of the day was measured at 12.64m. Finishing third was Ameila Ali with an 11.82m on her fifth attempt as well.
• Ali would rebound to win the weight throw with a toss of 16.89m on he fourth attempt. Bridget Douglas was second as her fifth toss was measured at 15.57m.
• Sophomore Julia Valenti won the pole vault once again, this time clearing 3.80 on her first attempt at the height. Taking second was Brooke Brunet, who cleared the same height on her third try before both stalled out at 3.90m.
Folasade Akinfe was the winner of the triple jump with a leap of 11.77m. Shanthi Hiremath was the runner up as her best jumps measured 11.19m.
Claire Dougherty was second in the 500m, crossing in 1:17.09.
Lauren Archer (2:52.37) and Bridget Flynn (2:53.95) were the top two Dartmouth runners in the 1000m, finishing second and third, respectively.
Julia Stevenson was second in the 3000m, running a 9:51.01. Junior Olivia Lantz was very close behind in third as she posted a 9:51.22.