LYNCHBURG, Va. – Freshman Jasmine O’Neill (Winston-Salem, N.C./Parkland) set a Guilford College record in the 200-meter dash Friday at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships. She placed 23rd in the race with a time of 29.82 seconds, over half-a-second faster than the previous mark (30.43), which she set this March at the Wake Forest Invitational.
Classmate Emily Cash (Hurdle Mills, N.C./Orange) ran the first 100 race in school history and turned in a time of 15.39 seconds, good enough for 22nd place. Gretta Eller took 16th in the hammer with a toss of 13.25 meters. Jodie Geddes qualified for Saturday’s 400 finals with a time of 1:14.42 that stands second in Guilford history.
The Quakers did not score in Friday’s six scored events. Roanoke College leads the eight-team field with 54.3 points. League newcomer Shenandoah University is second with 36 points.
The meet concludes Saturday (4/21) at Lynchburg College.