Marissa Sly (N. Tonawanda) and Emily Brigman (Lancaster) claimed individual titles as the Alfred State women's track & field team finished 4th at the CSAC Championships. The Pioneers scored 75 points in the two-day event held at Keystone.
Sly won the heptathlon with 2,708 points. She scored more than 400 points in three events. She scored 499 points in the 100 hurdles (17.90), 477 in the javelin (30.04 m), and 439 in the high jump (1.33 m).
Brigman won the 100 hurdles in 17.57 and was 2nd in the high jump (1.40 m). She was also part of the 2nd place 4x100 (54.78) and 4x400 (4:36.03) relay teams. In the 4x100 she teamed with Jordyn Pettit (Wellsville), Katherine O'Buckley (Queens/Francis Lewis), and Mikaylah Ruhl (Whitesville) and in the 4x400 she ran with O'Buckley, Sly and Julia Russell (Candor)
Julia Yanarella (Wappingers Falls/Roy Ketcham) was 3rd in the high jump (1.30 m) and 5th in the discus (15.75 m). Ruhl was 5th in the 100 hurdles (20.63), O'Buckley was 5th in the 400 hurdles (1:22.92), and Katherine Frascella (Franklinville) was 6th in the steeplechase (13:16.46).
Penn State Behrend won the women's title with 290.5 points. Keystone was 2nd (92.5), Franciscan 3rd (82), Alfred State 4th, and Notre Dame (MD) was 5th (56).
The Pioneers will next head to the ECAC Championships on May 15-16.