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Marshall’s 400m Effort Sets Pace For Track and Field at Joe Donohue Games

Marshall’s 400m Effort Sets Pace For Track and Field at Joe Donohue Games

BOSTON, Mass. – Junior Myles Marshall set a new personal record in the 400-meter dash, placing first in 48.13, the second-fastest indoor 400-meter time in school history, leading track and field at the Joe Donohue Games hosted by Northeastern at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center on Friday afternoon.

Senior Matt Hurst had an impressive day for the Crimson, winning the 200-meter dash in 22.56 and placing second in the 60-meter dash final in 7.02.

In the 60-meter hurdles, senior captain Jay Hebert picked up his second win of the season, winning the final in 8.06.

Harvard's 4x400-meter relay team – Rodney Agyare-May, Matt Hurst, Jovahn Williamson, and Myles Marshall – won in 3:21.42.

In field events, junior Andrew Bolze won the long jump in 22'11.75". On the women's side, junior Nicole Trenchard won the pole vault, clearing 11'5.75" on her first attempt, with senior Marlena Sabatino finishing third, clearing the same height on her third attempt.

Freshman Emily Johns set a new personal (collegiate) record in the shot put, placing seventh with a 39'1" effort.

What's Next?
Harvard will compete at the Columbia Challenge next Friday and also host the H-Y-P Meet on Sunday (Jan. 28) at Gordon Indoor Track.

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