Golden Eagler wrote:
Let me tell you how low key this meet was:
It wasn't the most competitive meet (many teams took athletes out to Boston instead) but it wasn't exactly low key either. There were 18 teams competing including a top 10 nationally ranked DIII team and distance-heavy DI in the mix. The real appeal though was the facility. Jenn has jumped there before as well. I'd venture that it's the nicest flat track facility in the northeast, and that's why she jumped her world record there.