Coach Expects Great Things from Women's Track and Field in 1987

Track Begins Strong Season Despite Injuries
Date: 
Spring 1987

Coach John Cantalupi had high expectations for the 1987 women's outdoor track season and their performance in the MAC championships, according to an article in the Dickinsonian. He is quoted as saying that  the team had "been third the past two seasons, and I think that this could be the year that we come through with a top finish." His expectations for the women's team were more optimistic than those professed by the men's coach, Jere Harbold. Denise Shotwell won four first place finishes at the first event of the season at Lebanon Valley College on March 25 and performed outstandingly for the duration of the season, earning the title of team MVP alongside Susan Baldwin and a place as a Division III National Qualifier.

Location of Document in Archives: 
Track and Field Box 4 Folder 5