Jade Miller set a new PR in the 400 meter hurdles Sunday (Tim O'Dowd).
PRINCETON, N.J. – Harvard's small contingent of competitors at the IC4A/ECAC Championships posted strong performances Sunday, with Jade Miller and Autumne Franklin leading the charge as the winner and runner-up in the women's 400 meter hurdles finals.
Miller blazed her way to a winning time of 56.87. Franklin was right behind her, claiming second with her speedy time of 57.79.
In the men's 110 meter hurdles finals, Jarvis Harris posted a third-place finish with a time of 14.16.
Sophomore Andrew Roney was the first Harvard student-athlete in action Sunday, clearing 15-11 (4.85 meters) in the pole vault to take seventh.
Raegan Nizdil represented the Crimson as the women's lone field competitor, tying for sixth in the high jump, going up and over 5-5.75 (1.67 meters).
Harvard turns its attention now to the NCAA East Preliminary Championships in Jacksonville, Florida from May 28-30.