Burne establishes new PR in 1,500-meters

Pouder set a PR in the 1,500-meters
Pouder set a PR in the 1,500-meters
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May 13, 2014

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Swarthmore, Pa. – Senior Olivia Burne placed third overall and first among collegiate athletes in the 1,500-meters with a lifetime-best time of 4:19.58 Monday at the Swarthmore Final Qualifier.

Junior Kate Pouder set a new personal record in the 1,500-meters. She clocked in at 4:32.12, which narrowly missed meeting the ECAC standard, and placed 10th overall. Freshman Olivia Ritchie finished her rookie campaign strong with a season-best time of 4:36.27 and 16th-place result. 

Sophomores Bradley Amazan and G. Tyler Keys both concluded 2014 on a high note with solid runs in the 800-meters and 1,500-meters, respectively. Amazan crossed the line in 1:54.01, while Keys finished in 4:00.31.