Women's Track & Field Turns Out Solid Performance at Colonial Relays

Women's Track & Field Turns Out Solid Performance at Colonial Relays

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Virginia Wesleyan University women's track and field team competed at the Colonial Relays hosted by the College of William & Mary over the past two days. The squad squared off against teams from Division I, Division II and Division III at the meet.

Kwonsha Washington had a terrific showing in the 400-meter hurdles on Friday. The senior set a season best with a time of 1:05.44, taking 15th in a field of 52 competitors. She would then team up with Shannon Harris, Terra Caple and Alizae Dollins in the 4x200m relay on Saturday, posting a time of 1:46.09. The mark was good enough to earn the team 11th.

Brynn Vandergriff posted a solid distance in the javelin as well. The freshman tossed the jav 27.82m, earning her 16th overall.

Women's track and field will return to action again next Saturday as it competes in the Eastern Shore Challenge hosted by Salisbury University.