Junior Hayley Brodeur of Old Saybrook broke one minute at 400 meters for the fifth time this year with a personal-best time of 57.37 and was one of seven Eastern individuals to merit All-New England honors at the Division III outdoor championship meet May 4 at the Lee Track & Field Complex on the campus of Williams College. Brodeur’s time -- the second-fastest in program history and the 32nd-fastest this year in Division III -- was less than a second off the program-record of 56.44 set by All-America and Eastern Hall of Famer Judy Pemberton at the 1984 nationals at North Central College and gave her a sixth-place finish in her second appearance in the championship in two years. Seeded seventh in the meet, Brodeur was coming off a first-place finish last Saturday (58.99) at the Little East Conference Championships. Brodeur also ran anchor on the 4x800 meter relay that finished tenth as the No. 20 seed in a time of 9:51.12.
Hayley Brodeur,W Track & Field,Junior,Old Saybrook,(Thru May 5)
Posted: May 07, 2019