HIGH POINT, N.C. – Guilford College's women's track and field team concluded competition at High Point University's VertKlasse Meeting Saturday. The Quakers were one of just a few NCAA Division III teams at the meet, which featured many Division I and Division II squads.
Guilford's Kaylea Trogdon ran a personal-best in the 200-meter dash with a time 29.46 seconds that ranks fourth in school history. She finished 53rd among the race's 65 runners. Trogdon also had the Quakers' top time in the 100 (14.03) and placed 41st among 48 contestants.
Guilford's Jasmine O'Neill was 58th in the 200 in 30.40 seconds, but clocked the sixth-fastest 400 time in Quakers' history with a mark of 1:07.93. She finished 33rd among 38 runners in the 400.
Laura Adair's personal-best discus throw of 23.21 meters highlighted Guilford's field competitors Saturday. She placed 26th among 30 throwers and had the fifth-best heave in school history.
Coach Danny Cash's Quakers compete in the Aggie Invitational April 12 at N.C. A & T State University.