HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth women’s track & field team hosted its first indoor meet of the season Saturday at Leverone Field House.

The Big Green came away as the top team, posting 172 points. New Hampshire (133.5), Maine (124) and Vermont (92.5) rounded out the team scoring.

Cha'Mia Rothwell posted the top time in the preliminaries and final of the 60m race, winning the event in 7.57 after a 7.60 to start the day. Nicole Deblasio was fourth in the final with an 8.04 to her credit. Deblasio would also go on to run to a second-place finish in the 200m, crossing in 26.01.

Rothwell doubled the feat in the 60m hurdles, posting an 8.44 in the prelims and an 8.52 in the final to win her second event of the afternoon. She was also second in the long jump with her leap of 18-7.25/5.67m, helping her finish the day with 28 points.

Katie Laskowski (58.15) and Kayla Gilding (59.04) went one-two in the 400m, as did Abby Livingston (4:59.13) and Annalisa Crowe (5:00.43) in the mile, adding a combined 32 points to the team score between the events.

Another one-two finish for Dartmouth was Julia Valenti (12-5.5/3.80m) and Olivia Goodwin (12-1.5/3.70m) in the pole vault. Samantha Stevens (40-7.75/12.39m) and Lily Lockhart (39-4.5/12.00m) also accomplished the feat in the shot put.

Additionally, Lauren Archer was a winner for Dartmouth, taking the top spot in the 3000m. Her time of 10:05.40 was nearly 11 full seconds faster than the second-place runner. Another top finish on the track went to the Big Green’s 4x400m relay team in 9:50.06.

In the high jump, Camille Landon (5-5.25/1.66m) and Maria Garman (5-5.25/1.66m) were second and third, respectively.

The pentathlon also saw Allison Frantz (3661) and Maria Garman (3394) claim the top-two spots.