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Feb. 22 - KENT, Ohio – The Bethany College men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams travelled to the Kent State Invitational Saturday and posted several season-best times while competing against numerous Division I and Division II programs.

Junior Jodi Bodo (Steubenville, Ohio/Steubenville Catholic Central) set season-lows with her times in the 200 and 400. In the 200, she finished in 27.38 seconds to finish 33rd overall, but fifth among Division III runners. Bodo’s time of 1:00.83 in the 400 was also her best this year and the fifth-fastest by a Division III runner in a field of 54 competitors.

Freshman Kaitlyn Black (Pittsburgh, Pa./Chartiers Valley) would also set her personal-best times in the 200 (28.75) and 400 (1:04.08) at the meet.

In the 3,000, junior Maggie McCort (Fort Ashby, W.Va./Frankfort) was the ninth-fastest DIII runner with a time of 11:28.36. Rounding out the female Bison at the meet was freshman Connie Woods (Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams), who was fifth among non-scholarship competitors with an effort of 33-8 in the triple jump.

Two BC men ran at Kent State, including senior Taylor McNeil (Old Saybrook, Conn.) and sophomore Danile Farray (Astoria Queens, N.Y/Msgr. McClancy). McNeil ran 7.33 in the 60 and a season-low 23.31 in the 200 to finish ninth and eighth, respectively among DIII runners. Farray finished in 7.51 in the 60 and crossed in 24.18 in the 200.