Women's Track & Field Athletes of the Week #3

Women's Track & Field Athletes of the Week #3

Track Athlete of the Week

Jenna Raffael, Endicott (Jr.)

Junior Jenna Raffael (North Reading, Mass.) won the 100-meter hurdles at the Regis Spring Classic this week as Endicott took first place overall. It was the first time in program history that the Gulls won a meet. Raffael finished with a time of 16.36 and was the only student-athlete at the meet to break 17 seconds.

Track Athlete of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Olivia Owen, Salve Regina
Week #2 - Emma Farrington, Endicott
Week #3 - Jenna Raffael, Endicott

     

Field Athlete of the Week

Nicole D'Angelo, Endicott (Fr.)

Freshman Nicole D'Angelo (Readfield, Maine) helped Endicott capture its first-ever team victory at the Regis Spring Classic this week. D'Angelo contributed wins in both the pole vault and shot put, setting school records in the process. In the pole vault D'Angelo cleared 2.81 meters (9'2.5"), while tossing the shot put 11.59 meters (38'0.25"). Her toss qualified her for the NCAA Regional.

Field Athlete of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Savannah Fox Tree-McGrath, Roger Williams
Week #2 - Erin Gunther, Salve Regina
Week #3 - Nicole D'Angelo, Endicott

     

Track Rookie of the Week

Gabrielle Morton, Endicott (Fr.)

Sprinter Gabrielle Morton (Peabody, Mass.) ran the third leg of Endicott's 4x100 meter relay and finished fourth in the 200 meter dash as the Gulls captured their first team title in program history. Morton and her relay teammates placed second at the Regis Spring Classic with a school-record time of 53.56. Morton ran the 200 in 28.62.

 

Track Rookie of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - No winner selected
Week #2 - Giana Nekitopoulos, Endicott
Week #3 - Gabrielle Morton, Endicott

     

Field Rookie of the Week

Giana Nekitopoulos, Endicott (Fr.)

Freshman Giana Nekitopoulos (West Springfield, Mass.) had top-three finishes in both the long jump and triple jump at the Regis Spring Classic, setting school records in the process. She placed third in the long jump with a distance of 4.50 meters (14'9.25") and finished second in the triple jump with a distance of 10.04 meters (32'11.25"). The results helped the Gulls capture their first team win at a meet in program history.

Field Rookie of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - No winner selected
Week #2 - Giana Nekitopoulos, Endicott
Week #2 - Giana Nekitopoulos, Endicott (2)

     

Relay Team of the Week

Endicott 4x100
Jamie Budge (So.), Gabrielle Morton (Fr.), Nicole D'Angelo (Fr.), Danielle Boucher (So.)

Jamie Budge (Old Tappan, N.J.), Gabrielle Morton (Peabody, Mass.), Nicole D'Angelo (Readfield, Maine), and Danielle Boucher (Hampton, N.H.) made up the Endicott 4x100 meter relay team that finished second overall at the Regis Spring Classic. The group set a school record with a time of 53.56 and helped Endicott capture its first team title since the program's inception last year.

Relay Team of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Salve Regina 4x100
Week #2 - Salve Regina 4x100
Week #3 - Endicott 4x100

 

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