SALEM, Va.- Courtney Adams had a win and two second place finishes in the 2018 ODAC Championships and was named the ODAC Field Athlete of the meet to lead the Bridgewater women's team to a fifth-straight indoor track and field ODAC Championship.
The women finished with a total of 145 points.
Sydne Moseley started the day off finishing 11th in the weight throw with a toss of 11.75m (38' 63/4). Danielle Werner and Chloe Ferguson finished 14th and 15th with throws of 11.17m (36' 8") and 10.57m (34' 81/2), respectively.
In the women's pole vault, Adams gave BC eight points on a second place finish with a mark of 3.32m (10' 103/4).
Adams finished second in the high jump as well, with a mark of 1.60m (5' 3") and Felicia Clements finished right behind her at third overall with a jump of 1.57m (5' 13/4).
Adams continued her success in the triple jump, earning a win with a mark of 11.23m (36' 101/4).
Tye Meador had a big day in the jumps as well. Meador finished third in the triple jump with a mark of 10.78m (35' 41/2).
Bridgewater was fantastic in the long jump, grabbing the 1, 2, and 4 spots. Meador earned her first ODAC long jump win with a jump of 5.42m (17' 91/2). Amber Celen finished second with a mark of 5.38m (17' 8") and Emily Valle finished fourth with a mark of 5.06m (16' 71/4).
Celen and Valle earned the top two spots in the 60 meter hurdles. Celen finished first with a time of 9:01 and Valle right behind her with a time of 9:04.
Celen finished the day with another win in the 200 meter with a time of 25.13.
Valle continued to be solid on the track, finishing second in the 400 meter with a time of 1:01.28.
Celen finished second in the 60 meter dash with a time of 7.64, while Meador was fifth with a time of 8.19.
Moseley finished third in the women's shot put with a mark of 12.07m (39' 71/2), earning all-ODAC honors.
Jenna Rea finished sixth in the 5000 meter with a time of 19:05.92.
Calista Ariel represented the Eagles in the 1 mile run, finishing fourth with a time of 5:26.21. Ariel also ran in the 3000 meter and finished ninth with a time of 11:05.31.
Emily Young grabbed a top-five finish in the 800 meter with a time of 2:23.46 for fourth overall.
The Eagles finished fourth in the 4000 meter distance medley relay on a team of Hinkle, Fitzpatrick, Morris, and Young with a time of 14:11.76.
The women ended the day with a first place finish in the 4x4 relay with a time of 4:08.36. The squad consisted of Valle, Meador, Adams, and Celen.
Celen was awarded the 2018 ODAC Farm Bureau Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Bridgewater head coach Brian Flynn was named the 2018 women's indoor track and field ODAC Coach of the Year.