AMHERST, Mass. – St. Bonaventure ran six personal record times to wrap up the season over the weekend at the Atlantic 10 Championships.
In the 800 meters on Saturday, Sydney Beeman clocked the second-fastest individual time in program history with her effort of 2:25.03, bettering her previous PR set last year by over four seconds.
Beeman also recorded a personal best in the 1500 where she clocked in at 5:03.63, beating her previous fastest time by over two seconds and still stands fifth in the program record book. Freshman Amberlee Robertson also posted her best time at 5:11.92, moving to eighth in program history. Tristen Reid's 5:15.73 was a PR as well.
Sunday in the 5000, freshman Lindsey Lytle ran a time that ranks eighth in the program record books – 19:38.00.
Another two PR's in the women's 800m at A10 Championships.— Bonnies XC / Track (@BonniesXCTrack) May 4, 2019
Congratulations to Sydney Beeman moving into 2nd and Amberlee Robertson into 6th place overall in the SBU record book pic.twitter.com/stMsyN7dJN
Lindsay Lytle moves into 8th place in Bonas Track 5k top ten with her PR today at A10 Championships pic.twitter.com/0dF8eB4MYR— Bonnies XC / Track (@BonniesXCTrack) May 5, 2019
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