Junior Zoe Matherne ran for a second-place finish in the 800-meter run in the finals at the ECAC Indoor Championship.
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Junior Zoe Matherne ran for a second-place finish in the 800-meter run in the finals at the ECAC Indoor Championship.

Women's Track And Field Concludes Indoor Season At ECAC Championship

Holy Cross Athletics   03-05-2017

THE BASICS:

Results: 25 out of 44 Teams (12 pts.)
Location: Boston, Mass. (Boston University Track and Tennis Center)
Date: March 5, 2017
The Lead: Junior Zoe Matherne ran for a second-place finish in the 800-meter run in the finals at the ECAC Indoor Championship, as the Holy Cross women’s track and field team concluded its 2017 indoor season on Sunday. Holy Cross placed 25th out of 44 teams, earning its best finish in four years.

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • Matherne reached a time of 2:09.71 in the finals of the 800-meter run, earning her career second-best mark in that event. She picked up eight points for the Crusaders to help them finish 25th overall in the meet with 12 points.

 BEYOND THE RESULTS:

  • Holy Cross posted its best finish at the ECAC Championship in four seasons.
  • Both Matherne and junior Alanna Hitscherich earned All-ECAC honors for their top-eight finishes.

 UP NEXT:

  • The Holy Cross women’s track and field team returns to action on Apr. 1, when the Crusaders open their outdoor season at Central Connecticut’s Blue Devil Invitational.

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