Kiara Porter (1st - 11.74)
Dionna Hayes (3rd - 11.89)
Carina Peter (9th - 12.21)
Nicole Grasty (10th - 12.26)
Kiara Porter (1st - 23.28)
Dionna Hayes (4th - 24.52)
Verna Hilaire-Lee (6th - 24.58)
Nicole Grasty (7th - 24.63)
Amethyst Polk (9th - 24.76)
400m: Kiara Porter (1st - 53.11)
4x100: Hayes, Porter, Stroman, Grasty (1st - 45.75)
4x400: Aduma, Grasty, Porter, Polk (1st - 3:41.90)
Pole Vault:
Justine Dutton (6th - 3.40m/11' 1.75")
Long Jump:
Sarah Fulgham (10th - 5.55m/18' 2.5")
Triple Jump:
Chaneka Perry (4th - 12.25m/40' 2.25")
Jennifer McAvoy (9th - 11.66m/38' 3.25")
Carina Peter (10th- 11.60m/38' 0.75")
Shot Put: Jalessa Williams (3rd - 14.10m/46' 3.25")
Jessica Williams (5th - 13.77m/45' 2.25")
Discus: Jalessa Williams (2nd - 49.40m/162' 1")
Jessica Williams (3rd - 47.24m/155') 
Hammer: Jalessa Williams (4th -51.63m/169' 5")
Javelin: Briana Ratchford (8th -37.67m/123' 7")
100h: Alexis Stroman (4th - 14.09)
Chantal Luedke (9th - 14.60)

Nneka Ogwu - (10th - 3783)

RICHMOND, Va. – With just over two weeks left until their first appearance at the Atlantic 10 Outdoor Women's Track & Field Championships, VCU has positioned themselves quite well to make some noise and a run at bringing home the title.

Entering this weekend, the Rams have posted 26 top-10 performances, 14 of which rank in the top-five.

Sophomore Kiara Porter holds the conference's top performances in the 100-meter, 200-meter and 400-meter, as well as running a leg on the 4x100 relay and 4x400 relay, both of which have posted the top time in the conference this spring.

Senior Dionna Hayes is setting up to create quite a duo with Porter, posting top-four performances in both the 100m  and 200m. She was also a member of the 4x100 relay squad that has the top mark in the conference this spring.

The sister duo of redshirt juniors Jessica and Jalessa Williams have the Black & Gold in position to put up some quality points in the throws. Jaleesa ranks in the top-four in the shot put, discus and hammer throw, while Jessica ranks in the top-five of both the shot put and the discus.

VCU will take the week and prepare for a run at its first-ever conference championship. Last season, the Rams finished second overall at the CAA Championships, tying the highest-ever finish in program history.

The events will get underway next Saturday, May 4 in Charlotte. Live results can be followed through







Rams Volunteer at The Color Run
September 18, 2012 Rams Volunteer at The Color Run