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Women’s Track & Field Impresses at Jim Wuske Invite

January 28th, 2024 by WCBC Radio

Frostburg State Women's Indoor Track and Field team competed on Saturday in the Jim Wuske Invite, where they finished top-five in multiple events.

Freshman Isabella Mastria was the lone first place finisher for Frostburg, taking first in the long jump with a jump of 5.32m, which is the fifth-best in FSU history. It was a busy day for Mastria, who also placed fifth in the 60m dash with an 8.00 finish, and the 200m dash with a 26.56 finish. Sophomore Jasmine Scott finished second in the 200m dash with a 26.33 time, while sophomore Valerie Boards took fourth with a 26.49 time. Boards also finished third in the 60m dash with a time of 7.90.

Sophomores Khady Ndiaye (11.13m) and Eva Morrison (10.75) took second and fourth, respectively, in the triple jump, with Morrison putting herself sixth all-time in Frostburg history. She also went on to take third place in the pole vault with a 3.39m finish.

Finishing in seventh place in the 1k, sophomore Alana Dyce-Giraud set the second best-time in Bobcat history with a 3:15.53 time. Joining her in the top-10 program list, freshman Emily Wishart set the fifth best time in Frostburg history with a 3:21.60, while senior Amy Tarcza finished at 3:28.56 time for the eighth best time.

Frostburg will compete next at the Youngstown Mid-Major Invitational in Youngstown, Ohio on Friday, February 2 and Saturday, February 3. For more information and updates, please visit