In 2013 the UNB women's track and field team showed the AUS conference why they are not to be taken lightly. In 2014 the the goal is to build off that momentum and improve on last years stellar performances.
Continuing to lead the ladies will be 3rd year veteran Sarah Myatt who is coming off an AUS All-Star cross-country season. Last year, Sarah was named the conference MVP for the 2013 AUS track and field championships after her victories in the 600m, 1000m, and bronze medals in the 4x400m and 4x800m relays. Joining her will be last years silver medalist in the 1000m and teammate on both the relays Nathalie Cecire. Off the track Tatyana Shmatlay will be looking to improve on her silver medal performance in the high jump.
New to the program are Fredericton's Tess McDonlad (jumps), Oromocto's Ashely Gallagher (sprints), Fredericton's Zoe Berry (throws), and Saint John's Katie Robinson (mid-distance) who was recently named AUS Cross Country Rookie of the Year.
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