University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, April 24-26, 2003

THURSDAY: PAGE ONE | PAGE TWO | PAGE THREE | PAGE FOUR | PAGE FIVE | PAGE SIX | PAGE SEVEN | PAGE EIGHT | PAGE NINE | PAGE TEN | PAGE ELEVEN | PAGE TWELVE | PAGE THIRTEEN | PAGE FOURTEEN | PAGE FIFTEEN (College Women's DMR, High School Girls Distance Medley Championship, High School Girls Mile, High School Girls 3,000m, College and Olympic Development Steeplechase, 3,000m, 5,000m and 10,000m)
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We are using the running order listed in the results (where possible) and the program to identify runners. Because the meet program does not always list the correct running order, we may have some inaccurate identifications. Please notify us if you see any mistakes.

L-R: Nicole Whalen, Bay Shore's Mary Liz McCurdy and Cardinal O'Hara's Mary Deberee.
Thousand Oaks (CA) and Thomas Jefferson's (VA) leadoff runners.
Beth Mayer split 61.8 on the 400m leg for Red Bank.
Bronxville's Beth Butler split 60.7 for 400m.
Hopewell Valley's Sarah Seilers leads Red Bank's Christina Nelson on the 800m leg.
Lindsey Ferguson runs the 800m leg for Saratoga Springs.
Bronxville's Elizabeth Bergold ran a 2:14.8 800m split to put her team in the lead.
Hatboro-Horsham's Nicole Murphy split 2:21.8.
Lindsey Ferguson moved Saratoga Springs into fifth place with a 2:20.6 split.

Cardinal O'Hara's Erin Kelly.

Haverford's Rachel Giannascoli.
Bronxville anchor Catha Mullen leads on the first lap of her 1,600m leg.
Katy Trotter runs in second place for Red Bank.
Saratoga Springs' Nicole Blood works her way up through the field.
Hatboro-Horsham's Janine Ricci leads Hopewell Valley's Kate Willever.
Katy Trotter passes Catha Mullen. Both runners' twin sisters ran the leadoff leg for their respective teams.
Bay Shore's Laura Cummings split 5:03.7 to move her team into fourth place (12:10.01).
Wyomissing's Debbie Huss split 5:05.0 and her team finished eighth in 12:22.57.
Katy Trotter's 4:49.9 split gave Red Bank the win and the #7 performance of all time with a 11:46.59.
With Catha Mullen anchoring in 5:02.1, Bronxville finished third in 11:57.08.


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