DAYTONA BEACH, FL - Florida Southern College women's track swept the top five in the 1,500-meter-run and Aleksa Guerra placed first in the 3000-meter steeplas at the Embry-Riddle First Chance Invite on Saturday. Hannah Flemming ran the second-fastest time in school history in her first-place finish in the 1,500-meter-run (4:51.43), while Alayna Goll finished second and became the third-fastest performer in school history with her personal record of 4:52.78 and Hannah Nelson became the fifth-fastest performer in school history with her personal record of 4:56.78. 10 more Moccasins set personal records for the day, with 12 overall.
Florida Southern will compete this Friday, March 1 at the University of Tampa Track Classic.
Complete FSC Results:
- 800-Meter Run: 6. Hannah Nelson (2:30.84 - PR), 11. Amber Winton (2:38.78 - PR), 13. Aleksa Guerra (2:40.73), 15. Lizzy Miranda (2:44.31 - PR)
- 1500-Meter Run: 1. Hannah Flemming (4:51.43), 2. Alayna Goll (4:52.78 - PR), 3. Hannah Nelson (4:56.82 - PR), 4. Ysabella Guerra (4:57.19 - PR), 5. Addison Cantor (4:59.53 - PR), 9. Sarah Zamot (5:06.33 - PR), 11. Allison Wright (5:08.69 - PR), 17. Stephanie Hansen (5:21.22 - PR), 23. Mackenzie Wills (5:28.76 - PR), 24. Anna Brook Opalinski (5:29.70), 26. Jolene Vergauwen (5:31.89), 30. Madison Santore (5:42.15 - PR)
- 3000-Meter Steeple: 1. Aleksa Guerra (12:48.20)
PR - Personal Record