NEW LONDON, Conn.--Four Connecticut College Camels have been honored on the All-New England Small College Athletic Conference Track & Field Teams.
Junior Bella Franz of Water Mill, N.Y. broke her own school record in the 800 meter run, placing second of for the Camels with a time of 2:11.67.
Freshman Emily Senatore (Norwell, Mass.) threw the discus 123 feet, five inches in another second place scoring for Connecticut College.
Junior Lauren Kennedy (East Longmeadow, Mass.) put the shot 38 feet and three quarters of an inch to take third place for Connecticut College Saturday. Kennedy placed third in the javelin throw with a mark of 126 feet, 10 inches.
Connecticut College junior Ben Bosworth was honored on the All-New England Small College Athletic Conference Men's Track & Field Team.
Bosworth paced the Camels with his second place finish in the 1500 meter run at the conference championship Saturday in Amherst, Mass., posting a time of 3:53.41.
"I am extremely proud of our All-NESCAC performers," Connecticut College Head Track & Field Coach Ned Bishop said. "Ben, Emily, Bella and Lauren have all had great seasons so far, and this is a truly fitting recognition of their efforts. We are looking forward to even more great things from them and their teammates who are continuing to compete over the next few weeks."
The men scored 16 points to place 10th in the 11 team field while the women scored 35 points to place eighth in the 11 team field in their best finish at the Championship since 2001.
The Camels will visit Springfield College this weekend to compete in the New England Division III Championship.