LYNCHBURG, Va. – Guilford’s Jasmine O’Neill (Winston-Salem, N.C./Parkland) set Guilford College’s 800-meter run record Saturday at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
O’Neill also ran on the Quakers’ 4×100 relay that placed sixth to account for Guilford’s point at the meet.
Interim coach Danny Cash’s Quakers placed eighth in the meet, which was won by Roanoke College.
O’Neill placed 12th in the 21-woman 800 race in a time of 2:32.23. She broke her own school standard of 2:35.50, which she set March 24. The rookie also set Guilford’s 200 record (29.82 seconds) Friday and holds school records in three outdoor events.
Freshman Emily Cash (Hurdle Mills, N.C./Orange) placed 15th in the 5,000 in a time of 21:55.91 that stands fourth in school history. Gretta Eller threw the javelin 21.34 meters, good enough for 12th at the meet. Her distance ranks sixth in school history. Jodie Geddes ran the sixth-best 400 (1:26.97) in Saturday’s final and finished eighth in the race.
2012 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships
April 20-21, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Va.
1. Roanoke 145.33
2. Lynchburg 114.83
3. Washington and Lee 104.33
4. Bridgewater 102.5
5. Shenandoah 76
6. Virginia Wesleyan 70
7. Eastern Mennonite 6
8. Guilford 1