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Ava Studney
Ava Studney ties the App State record in the pole vault.
photo courtesy of Appalachian State Athletics

Appalachian State Track and Field Teams Compete at Camel City Invitational

The App State women’s track and field team rounded out a weekend at the Camel City Invitational in Winston-Salem on Saturday. The Black and Gold totaled eight top-10 finishes on the weekend.

Senior Jasmine Donohue clocked a personal best of 9:47.40 to place third in the women’s 3,000 meters. Her time places her at fifth in the App State all-time list. Also in the women’s 3,000 meters, Freshman Kaitlyn Obremski surpassed her previous personal best of 10:34.79 by clocking a time of 10:23.44.

In the women’s shot put, senior Megan Plummer placed eighth with a toss of 11.83m (38′ 9.75″)

On Friday, the Mountaineers tallied six top-five finishes on the day. Sophomore Ava Studney led the Mountaineers in the women’s pole vault, clinching first with a personal best of 3.80m (12′ 5.5″), which moves her to fifth in the program all-time list. Graduate students Noelle Meeker and Celia Agee took second (3.65m (11′ 11.75″)) and fourth (3.50m (11′ 5.75″)), respectively.

On the track, freshman Nicole Wells matched her personal best of 7.65 to place third in the women’s 60 meters while graduate student Alexia Moehling placed third in the women’s 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.82.

In the women’s weight throw, junior Daiyanna Cooper took fourth with a toss of 16.76m (55′ 0″).

The Mountaineers will head to Blacksburg, Va. for Virginia Tech’s Doc Hale Invitational on Feb. 2-3.