McDaniel Women’s Track 2004-2005 Junior Year

 

 

Women’s Track

2004 – 2005

 

 


04/02/2005
Goucher InvitationalWomen: Sixth of Eight teams
Baltimore, MD

Competing in her first meet of the season, Kristy Costa took second in the javelin with a solid throw of 111′ 6?, landing about four feet short of Ursinus’ Nichole Rascavage, who won the event. McDaniel’s Beth Rudolph took fourth in the same event. Costa also took fourth in the women’s long jump.


04/09/2005
Messiah InvitationalWomen: 17th out of 18
Grantham, Pennsylvania

Kristy Costa finished 3rd in the javelin throw with a school record distance of 38.19 meters. Kelly Gruber scored the only other points in the meet for the Terror with a 5th place finish in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 12:35.11. That too, was a school record.


04/15/2005
Bucknell Distance Classic:
Lewisburg,PA — Terror Successful at Bucknell Distance Classic

Junior Kristy Costa racked up 2169 points in the first day of the heptathlon. The conference meet record holder in the event finished second among 14 in the shot put (33’7 1/2”) and seventh in the 200-meter run (27.92 seconds). Costa also had bests of 18.14 seconds (100-meter hurdles) and 4’6 3/4” (high jump). Heptathlon competition concludes on Saturday with the long jump, javelin, and 800-meter run.

Costa NCAA Provisional Qualifier in the Javelin

 

 

Junior Kristy Costa racked up 2169 points in the first day of the heptathlon. The conference meet record holder in the event finished second among 14 in the shot put (33’7 1/2”) and seventh in the 200-meter run (27.92 seconds). Costa also had bests of 18.14 seconds (100-meter hurdles) and 4’6 3/4” (high jump).

 

Heptathlon competition concluded on Saturday with the long jump, javelin, and 800-meter run. Costa threw a school record and NCAA provisional qualifying distance of 127’10” in the javelin. She also ran the 800-meter run in 2 minutes and 35 seconds and leaped 15’10” in the long jump.

 

Costa finished seventh in the heptathlon with 3938 points.


04/23/2005
Mt. St. Mary’s Metro InvitationalWomen: NTS
Emmitsburg, MD — Costa Betters NCAA Provisional Javelin DistanceJust one week ago, Kristy Costa threw the javelin a NCAA provisional qualifying distance of 127’10”. Costa bettered her personal and school record this Saturday at the Mount St. Mary’s Metro Invitational by taking first in the javelin competition with a distance of 129’06”, eight and a half feet better than her Division I counterparts. Costa also finished seventh in the shot put (33-01.25) and discus throw (107-03).

05/01/2005
Shippensburg Invitational
Shippensburg, PA — Shippensburg Invitational Results

For the women, junior multi-event athlete Kristy Costa led the way. Costa, preparing to defend her conference titles in both the heptathlon and discus, finished 8th in the 100-meter hurdles final (17.82 ? seasonal best), tied for 7th in the long jump final (16’3 1’4” ? season best) and 4th in the javelin (119’11”).


05/06/2005
Centennial Conference Championships @ Muhlenberg Day 1
Allentown, PA — Costa Takes Heptathlon; Maybank Earns Repeat Bid

McDaniel got off to a hot start at the 2005 Centennial Conference Championships. Green Terror junior, Kristy Costa , the 2004 Outstanding Field Performer, got her bid for a repeat off to a solid start winning the Heptahlon on Friday afternoon. Costa racked up 4,263 points, a score good enough to earn her an NCAA Provisional qualifying mark, and establish a new Centennial Conference record. The old record was 4,181 points scored by Dickinson’s Jess Hill back in 2001.

The Conference Championships will continue throughout the weekend at Muhlenberg.


05/07/2005
Centennial Conference Championships: Day 2
Allentown, PA — Kristy Costa Takes Discus

Costa won the discus by well over eight feet with a 132-foot, 10 inch throw. Next closest competitor was Franklin & Marshall’s Bryn Benford at 123 feet, five inches. She finished fourth in the long jump with an ECAC Qualifying mark of 17 feet, 4.5-inches.

The Conference Championships wrap up on Sunday in Allentown.


05/08/2005
Centennial Conference Championships: Day 3Women: 7th of 10 Teams

Allentown, PA — Kristy Costa is Outstanding Field Performer Again

McDaniel College’s Kristy Costa was named the Centennial Conference’s Outstanding Field Performer for the second-straight year, The junior won the Heptahlon on Friday afternoon to start her weekend. Costa racked up 4,263 points, a score good enough to earn her an NCAA Provisional qualifying mark, and establish a new Centennial Conference record. The old record was 4,181 points scored by Dickinson’s Jess Hill back in 2001.

Costa won the discus by well over eight feet with a 132-foot, 10 inch throw. Next closest competitor was Franklin & Marshall’s Bryn Benford at 123 feet, five inches. She finished fourth in the long jump with an ECAC Qualifying mark of 17 feet, 4.5-inches, then wrapped up her meet with a third place effort in the javelin, and a sixth place finish in the shot put on Sunday


Track Stars Repeat

Kristy Costa Named Outstanding Field Performer Again;

Kristy Costa (pictured above)  earned the Outstanding Field Performer Award for the second straight season.


 

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