Ill. Wesleyan second at Wash. U.
Boudreau sets new Titan record in heptathlon, 4,261 points
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Illinois Wesleyan women's team finished second and the men's team ended in 14th place at the Washington-St. Louis Invitational.
The women garnered 74.33 points, the highest total for a Division III school, and second only to Saint Louis with 128 points. The host school was third with 70.50 points.
On the men's side, IWU had 24 total points. Wisconsin-Platteville was the winner with 101.50. Tara Clemens was the winner of the 1500 meters with her time of 4:40.11.
Allie Boudreau set a school record in the heptathlon
Lauren Rock turned in a time of 55.68 seconds in the 400 meters, the best time in Division III. Rock was second to Division I Southwest Baptist Emma Shell at 54.96 seconds.
Lauren Alpert was third in the 400 (57.04) while junior Jenna Loynachan was sixth (59.11) and Mallory Kirby was seventh (59.46).
Alpert also got third in the 200 meters with a time of 25.12 seconds and Mandy Kompanowski was fifth in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 11:52.59.
IWU's 4x100 relay team was fourth with a time of 48.29 seconds.
Boudreau set an Illinois Wesleyan women's school record in the heptathlon with 4,261 points, good for a sixth place finish.