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SU roundup: Mohlmann takes seventh heptathlon at Penn Relays
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PHILADELPHIA -- Senior Jaclyn Mohlmann wrapped up her participation at the 119th Penn Relays on Wednesday afternoon with a seventh-place finish in the heptathlon.
Mohlmann posted a new school record as well as a personal best in two of the three events Tuesday to finish with a total of 3,976 points.
She started her day with a school record leap of 4.63 meters in the long jump to score 461 points and get her day off to a strong start.
Mohlmann then had a personal best throw of 30.71 meters in the javelin to score another 490 points.
Her best scoring event of the day, 712 points in the 800 meters, came last, but an even better showing was lost as she got tied up in the opening 200 meters of the race.
She finished in seventh place in the competition dominated by DI entrants.
Mohlmann and the rest of the track team is now off until participating in the Mason-Dixon Championships next weekend.
Washington and Lee 14, Shenandoah 3
WINCHESTER -- No. 12 Washington and Lee University scored opening 10 goals of the game Wednesday night on its way to a 14-3 Old Dominion Athletic Conference men's lacrosse victory over host Shenandoah.
The Generals (12-3, 6-2 ODAC) held Shenandoah (5-10, 0-8) scoreless for the opening 40:45 of the contest as they took the 10-0 advantage.
Freshman Nick Rondeau snapped the string for the Hornets with an unassisted goal at 4:15 before W&L tallied twice in a 40-second span to close out the third quarter.
The two teams then split four goals in the fourth.
Freshman Colin Fowler had the first of the two SU goals, off of a Jeff Geddis assist at 8:32, before Sean Ohlhaver finished off a Bryan Pope feed at 6:10.
Washington & Lee, which had 10 different men register at least one point, outshot its hosts 57-21 and had a 55-33 advantage in groundballs.
The Generals also won 15 of 20 faceoffs and were 23 of 24 on clears.
Senior Tyler Quinn had 11 saves in the losing effort for the Hornets.
Dom Lombardi paced the defense with seven groundballs.
Shenandoah completes its season on Saturday with a 4 p.m., ODAC game against Lynchburg.
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