Freshman Jaclyn Masters won the pole vault with a school record 12-feet, 2 1/2 inches to lead the University of Maine women’s track and field team at the America East Championships, hosted by Binghamton.
Masters was named the Most Outstanding Rookie.
The Maine women placed sixth with 84 points. Albany won the title with 245 points.
Jesse Labreck led the heptathlon from start to finish. She took more than a 500 point lead after the first day of the heptathlon and just about sealed the title after winning the long jump with a leap of 19-07.00 in Sunday’s first event.
All-American Corey Conner won the 5,000 title with an ECAC-qualifying time of 16:21.14 and was followed in sixth by Carolyn Stocker with a time of 17:53.54.
The 4X100 relay team of Katelyn Guilmette, Masters, Ashten Hackett and Allison Fereshetian took fourth with an ECAC-qualifying time of 47.81.  Fereshetian also took runner-up honors in the 100 hurdles with a time of 14.46 and was followed in seventh by Hackett with a time of 15.13.
The 4X400 team of Shannon O’Neil, Lauren Roush, Mary Fagan and Fereshetian took sixth with a time of 3:54.08.
Cullenberg wins 5,000 title; Maine places 3rd
Kelton Cullenberg won the 5,000 title in a time of 14:51.85 to help the men’s team to a third-place finish.
Donald Clark won the shot put with an IC4A-qualifying mark of 55-02.00 and was followed in third by Brian Woodbury, who also had a qualifying mark of 51-07.00.
Woodbury also took second in the discus with a throw of 154-04 and was followed by Shane Corbett with a mark of 143-09.
The men’s 4X100 relay of James Reed, Frank Del Duca, James Rutter and Joseph Viola took fourth in an IC4A-qualifying time of 42.37 while the 4X800 team of Liam Nee, Mitchell Sroka, Michael Fitzpatrick and Alexander Moserwas eighth with a time of 8:04.04.
The 4X400 of Viola, Logan Nee, Kelley and Scott Merrill (was eighth with a time of 3:26.23.
Alexander Moser took sixth in the 1,500 with a time of 3:51.49.
Reed took runner-up honors in the 110 hurdles with an IC4A-qualifying time of 14.44 while Arthur Von Marschall was sixth with 15.64.
Del Duca took runner-up honors in the 100 meters with a time of 11.06 while Reed was seventh with 12.08. Matthew Toothaker) was second in the decathlon.
Trevor England was third in the triple jump with a mark of 47-01.75 and was followed in fifth by Nathaniel Meade with a leap of 46-03.50.
The Maine men finished third with 121 points. Albany won the title with 230.50 points.

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