The first of the 4 records went down early on and when I say early I mean the first meet of the season. Freshman, Anna Dambacher broke the 60m Dash record in her first collegiate race of her career running a time of 8.18 seconds and then ended the season with a time of 8.13 seconds at the SUNYAC Championships. Dambacher also has the second fastest 200m time in FSU history with a time of 26.24 and qualified for the ECAC Championships and at the ECAC Championships just so happened to be where the next three records would be broken.
The women's distance medley relay of Freshman, Lauren Kotas, Sophomore, Leslie Beaton, Freshman, Katie Tresino, and Sophomore, Amanda Cocchiara started off the record breaking performances with a time of 12:36.46 shattering the previous record of 12:44.74. Beaton then followed that up with the open 800m record running a time of 2:19.59 breaking the previous record 2:20.42 and about 30 minutes later Foltz finished the 1,000m in a time of 3:02.45 breaking the previous record of 3:03.16.
Junior, Emily Cummiskey and Sophomore Nikki Desens where our top two ranked athletes nationally. Cummiskey was ranked 52nd in the country in the triple jump with a jump of 35'8.75" and 70th in the long jump with a jump of 17'4". Dessens ranked 67th with a toss of 39'11.25" in the shot put, while also earning 2nd Team All-SUNYAC honors for that performance.
Again, it was a fantastic indoor season for this talented young women's program and we are very proud of all their efforts to this point and can not wait to see what they can do outdoors to top what has already been a very successful season! Great job ladies!