Track & field
Laytons sets hurdles record
William & Mary freshman Daniel Layton finished fifth in the 60-meter hurdles at the Sykes & Sabock Challenge Saturday, but the Waynesburg Central graduate set the school’s freshman record in the process.
Layton bettered his previous mark to 8.44 seconds and moved to the fifth-best time in program history.
Trusler places third
Washington & Jefferson freshman Bre Trusler place third in 400 meters to help the Presidents to a strong showing Saturday at the Bob Shannon Invitational.
The California graduate finished in 1:03.57, the third-best time in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference to date. She also finished seventh in the 200 with a time of 28.75 seconds.
Beth-Center graduate Hannah Lacey was right on Trusler’s heels in the 400, finishing fourth in 1:03.61.
Seto helps W&J secure win
Washington & Jefferson won its fourth game in a row Saturday with a 77-39 PAC win at Thiel.
Brownsville graduate Alie Seto led the way for the Presidents (9-4, 14-7) with 14 points, nine rebounds and a season-high six steals.
Burns sets 3-point record
Point Park fell at Indiana University Kokomo Saturday, 63-47, but Michelle Burns managed to eclipse the Pioneers’ single season 3-point mark.
Burns scored 11 points, including 4-of-6 from the foul line. She also made one 3-pointer for her 66th of the season to eclipse a 10-year-old program record.