Women's Track & Field Competes On Final Day Of Camel City Invitational

Women's Track & Field Competes On Final Day Of Camel City Invitational

The Belmont Abbey women's indoor track and field team competed on the final day of the Camel City Invitational, a world class event that featured world champions, Olympic Medalists and national champions at the JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

The distance medley relay team of Amber Arias, Elizabeth Labun, Julia Otranto and Lucy Schmitz ran to 11th with a time of 13:32.58, the third-highest non Division I time.

Liz Thierfelder speeded to 61st in the 200 meters with a time of 27.59 seconds to round out the running events.

Desenia Sanchez, the lone field athlete competing on the final day for the Crusaders, finished 41st in the shot put with a throw of 8.77 meters.

Belmont Abbey is now off until February 20 when it heads back to JDL for the UCS Invitational.