Clarion University track and field had a productive day this past Saturday at Slippery Rock University.
The Golden Eagles had three new conference qualifiers: Kari Steuer, Anna Pfingstler and Jessica Shomo.
Steuer qualified for discus with a throw of 35.25 meters, which earned her sixth place.
Steuer had previously qualified for the conference in shot put.
When Steuer was asked about her feelings after qualifying for two events, she said, “I am excited and impressed with myself. I owe a huge thanks to Coach Bevevino for helping me make improvements to my techniques.”
Pfingstler qualified in the 400-meter dash with a time of 59.74, which put her in seventh place.
This is her third year in a row she has qualified for PSACs.
Shomo also qualified in two events, the 100-meter dash and long jump.
She finished the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.73, well enough for 15th place.
She had a long jump of 5.23 meters, placing her in seventh place.
Jessica Hamrick had a record-breaking day on Saturday.
She ended up breaking her own record, going 3.36 meters over the bar.
Her finish put her in fourth place for the day.
Various other Golden Eagles had strong meets as well.
Tatiana Cloud finished second in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:03:60, while Summer Murray finished third in the discus toss with a long toss of 37.42 meters.
Maria Taylor also had a top five finish, as she finished fifth in the javelin with a throw of 35.31 meters.