Bursie's winning 200 time of 26.43 seconds was fastest in a field of 52 women. Her finals time of 8.06 seconds was good for third place and set a new PR in the 60 meters.
In other running events, Hannah Kurbs finished second and Elena Davis in the 5,000 meters. Kurbs's time of 19:26.62 was good as a SUNYAC qualifying time while the 20:05 by Davis was a personal-best. Emily Maguire was sixth in the 800 meters with a personal-best 2:25.18. Macy Brooks recorded a personal-best in the 60-meter hurdles. Fredonia's 4.-by-400 meter relay finished second.
In field events, Kayla Murray tied for second in the pole vault, Cassie Serafin was third in the triple jump, and Samantha Zagurski had a personal-best in the 20-pound weight throw.
1,600-meter relay wins at RIT, moves up SUNYAC list
In addition to winning the event, the Blue Devils also moved up to fourth in the seeding list for the SUNYAC Indoor championship meet with a time of 3:29.70. The championship meet is next Friday and Saturday at Houghton College.
Fredonia's other top running performances Saturday were personal-bests by Noah Watkins in the 5,000 meters and by Kyle Egan in the 3,000 meters. Also, Torres finished third in the 400 meters and Wright sixth in the 200 meters.
Top field performances came from Gus Alvarez Jr. and Jonah McGrath, second and sixth, respectively, in the pole vault; a second-place by Nick Serafin in the high jump; and a personal-best by Aaron Cember in the 35-pound weight throw.