LANCASTER, Pa. – Ursinus College sophomore Annie Hudson (Rochester, N.Y./Emma Willard School) and junior Amanda Laurito (Philadelphia, Pa./PA Home Schoolers) were named first-team All-Centennial women's track and field.
The selections, which were announced by the conference office on Friday, were based off of the 2012 Centennial Conference track and field championships. Hudson was selected for her performance in the high jump and Laurito finished first in the 100 and 200-meter races.
Hudson won the high jump, clearing a height of 5-01.75, while Laurito won the 100 with a time of 12.42, while winning the 200 at 25.41.
The Bears had six members of the women's track and field team selected as honorable mentions. Junior Carina Doyle (Holliston, Mass./Holliston), sophomore Victoria Goodenough (Oxford, England/McDonough School), Amanda Laurito and freshman Jessica Matusky (Ardmore, Pa./Haverford High School ) were selected for their performance in the 4x100 relay. Senior Amy Schaefer (Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South) was selected for the pole vault and junior Celina Sooksatan (Nutley, N.J./Nutley) for the high jump. Goodenough was also selected for the 100 and 400 hurdles.
Doyle, Goodenough, Laurito and Matusky finished second in the relay with a time of 49.66.
Schaefer was second in the pole vault, clearing a height of 10-5.5. Sooksatan was second in the high jump at 5-01.75.
Goodenough was second on the 100 hurdles at 14.54 and second in the 400 at 1:05.11.
Ursinus finished third overall in the Centennial Conference championships with a 115.5 points.