2019-20 Women's Track & Field News

  • Several Personal-Bests Highlight Women’s Track & Field’s Efforts at the Boston Univ. Multi-Team Meet
    January 18, 2020
    Personal-best performances littered the day for the Sacred Heart women’s track and field team on Saturday at the Boston Univ. Multi-Team Meet. Among the most impressive showings on the day for the Pioneers included senior Olivia Weiss (fourth in the one mile), first-year Lauren Santiago (sixth in both the 200m and 400m), first-year Kaylee Stenderowicz (second in the triple jump) and sophomore Angela Kaiser (fifth in the 3000m).
  • Women’s Track & Field Competes in the Lehigh Angry Birds Challenge and Harvard Multi-Meet
    January 11, 2020
    The Sacred Heart women’s track and field team opened the 2020 calendar year with a busy weekend of competition at the Lehigh Angry Birds Challenge on Saturday while Jillian Kilmer opened her senior season by competing in the pentathlon at the Harvard Multi-Meet this weekend. The Pioneers finished third out of six teams at Lehigh while Kilmer claimed seventh place out of 23 competitors from 11 different schools at Harvard.
  • Depth Shines for Women’s Track & Field at the Joe Donahue Games
    December 14, 2019
    The Sacred Heart women’s track and field team was sensational in an all-around team effort as the Pioneers landed Top 5 competitors in nine different events at the Joe Donahue Games Opener on Saturday evening on the campus of Northeastern University.
  • Kaylee Stenderowicz Earns NEC Women's Track & Field Rookie of the Week Honors
    December 10, 2019
    Sacred Heart women’s track and field first-year Kaylee Stenderowicz has been named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.
  • Women’s Track & Field Opens 2019-20 at the Yale Season Opener
    December 07, 2019
    The Sacred Heart women’s track and field team opened the 2019-20 indoor campaign at the Yale Season Opener on Saturday. The Pioneers scored victories in the 3000m (Bianca De Lucia), 5000m (Brigit Kelly) and triple jump (Kaylee Stenderowicz) to highlight the day of action.