Men's track places in top five at Rose-Hulman


The men's track team competed in the Rose-Hulman Twilight meet Friday, April 19 to total 67 points putting them in fifth place overall. The women finished in the top three in seven events putting them in third place totaling 111.5 points. Rose-Hulman finished first with 169 points for the men, while Hanover took the lead for the women with 165 points. Washington University - St. Louis took second in both the men's and women's.
Senior Noah Droddy was the only first place finisher for the DePauw Tigers. Droddy won the 5,000- meter run in 14:56:67.
The team took away many fourth place finishes throughout most of its events. David Garrett placed fourth in the pole vault along with Myron Burr in the 110 hurdles, Noah Gatwood in the 5,000-meters, Brian Myers in the 1,500 run and the team's 4x100 relay.
The women had second place finishes by senior Ellie Pearson in the 400 meters, freshman Heather O'Brien in the 1,500 meter run and senior Kathleen Molloy in the 800 meters.
The team also had three third place finishes in the pole vault with Jillian Balser, in the high jump with Angela Hacker, Emma Clor in the 500 meters. The 4x100 relay finished first in 4:03:15.
DePauw will travel to Louisville, Ky. April 27 in their next competition in the Bellarmine Invitational. The women will compete in the NCAC Heptathlon in Delaware, Ohio in addition to the Bellarmine Invitational.