Newbury Indoor Track & Field made their debut on Saturday afternoon for their third season of action at the 7th Annual UMass Boston Indoor Open.
In the first appearance for any Nighthawk track & field athlete in program history, Nighthawks freshmen Taymise Sanders and Desiree Snead participated in the finals of the NCAA Division III New England Track & Field Championships on Saturday afternoon, hosted by MIT.
Taking place in the inaugural New England Collegiate Conference Track & Field Championships, both the Nighthawks Men's and Women's programs took the first-place team titles on Saturday afternoon at Regis College.
As the track & field season comes to an end, the Nighthawks ready for their first-ever appearance in the New England Collegiate Conference Championship meet. The NECC will partner with the Great Northeast Athletic Conference and their conference championship for the Interconference Championships on Sunday morning.
Nighthawks freshman Desiree Snead set a new program record and took first place in the women's 100-meter hurdles on Saturday afternoon at the Sean Collier Invitational, hosted by MIT.
Nighthawks freshman Taymise Sanders took first place in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash on Saturday morning at the Spring Fling hosted by Mount Holyoke College.
In Women's Track & Field, Nighthawks freshman Desiree Snead placed second in the 100-meter hurdles in a school record 16.06 seconds.
Nighthawks freshman Taymise Sanders continued her dominant indoor season, placing second in the 60-meter dash and third in the 200-meter dash while also improving on her on school records, as the Nighthawks completed their indoor track and field season at the Smith-King Invitational, hosted by Tufts on Saturday.
Nighthawks freshman Taymise Sanders picked up a pair of event wins, one in the 60-meter dash, the other in the 200-meter dash, for her first career event wins on Saturday morning at the Plymouth State Panthers Invitational. Sanders previous best finish was a fourth-place in the 200-meters last week.