Freshman Teddi Maslowski etched her name on the Duke record books by running a 1:01.38 in the women's 400 m hurdles. The time was good enough for 18th place in the field and second on Duke's all-time list.
Also on the women's side, the 4x400 meter relay team qualified for Saturday's ECAC final by racing a time of 3:42.45. Freshman Elizabeth Kerpon ran an impressive 54.00 leg to anchor the quartet.
Senior Amy Fryt finished in fourth place in the women's pole vault by clearing 13-5.25 (4.10).
On the men's side, Dominick Robinson ran a personal record time of 9:05.57 in the men's 3,000 meter steeplechase to earn second in the men's college division. Freshman Shaun Thompson ran the same event in the men's championships division, finishing in 11th place with a time of 9:10.99.
Competition will continue tomorrow with Michael Barbas beginning the day for the Blue Devils in the men's shot put. The Duke men will field a distance medley relay team while the women will race a team in the sprint medley relay. A full recap will be available at the end of competition on www.GoDuke.com.