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)
FRIDAY: PAGE ONE | PAGE TWO | PAGE THREE | PAGE FOUR | PAGE FIVE | PAGE SIX (High School Girls 4x800m Championship, College Women's 4x1,500m)
PAGE ONE | PAGE TWO | PAGE THREE | PAGE FOUR | PAGE FIVE | PAGE SIX (College Women's 4x800m, Olympic Development Women's Mile)
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.

Shalane Flanagan leads Rebecca Mitchell on the anchor leg of the college women's 4x1,500m championship.
Flanagan anchored UNC's winning Distance Medley Relay one day earlier.
Annie Corken anchors for Loyola.
Jessie Gordon (4:36.8) anchors for Arkansas. They finished seventh in 18:04.61.
Bethany Brewster of Wisconsin (4:20.8) leads Jen Donovan (4:37.5) of Boston College.
Clara Horwitz anchors for Duke and Erin Sicher anchors for Georgetown.
Penn State's Lauren Clark leads Virginia's Sharon O'Connor.
Brown, anchored by Meredith Crocker, finished 13th in 18:41.48.
William & Mary, anchored by Ali Henderson, finished 12th in 18:39.92.
Villanova's Rebecca Mitchell (4:23.7) helped her team to a runner-up finish.
Loyola, anchored by Annie Corken, finished 14th in 19:02.24.
Mary Cullen (4:25.8) anchors for Providence.
At the finish, there were huge gaps between the first four teams.
Clara Horowitz split 4;29.4 to bring Duke home in sixth (18:03.69).
Jen Donovan (4:37.5) of Boston College (8th, 18:05.54) leads Erin Sicher (4:32.4) of Georgetown (9th, 18:07.05).
Sharon O'Connor anchors for Virginia (10th, 18:16.62).
Shalane Flanagan's 4:10.5 anchor was the second-fastest ever at Penn Relays and gave UNC (17:20.18) and 12-second margin of victory.
Jessie Allen-Young's Dartmouth teammates greet her at the finish.
L-R: Erin Donohue, Shalane Flanagan, Alice Schmidt and Carol Henry take a victory lap.


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