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LYNCHBURG -- Shenandoah University senior Jaclyn Mohlmann set a new school record in the heptathlon Tuesday on her way to winning the Lynchburg multi-event meet.
Battling through weather conditions that delayed the meet by more than seven hours, Mohlmann scored 1,667 points Tuesday to total 4,257 points and win the event by 229 points over Jill Baxter from Anderson (S.C.).
Originally scheduled to begin competing at 12:30, Mohlmann started her day with a leap of 4.54 meters in the long jump at approximately 5:30.
She then was able to complete one throw in the javelin before another lightning delay held up the meet by an additional hour.
Coming back after a 15-minute warmup, Mohlmann had a toss of 27.93 meters on her second throw to post a 437 point total.
She completed the day by scoring 792 points in the 800 meters after posting a 2:22:31.
The 4,257 total breaks the record that Mohlmann previously set in the Liberty Collegiate Invitational at the beginning of April.
Mohlmann will now take the rest of the week off for final exams and returns to the track with the Ohio Wesleyan last chance meet this coming Monday and Tuesday.
FOREST -- Shenandoah had six student-athletes earn All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors for women's lacrosse in selections announced Tuesday afternoon by the league office.
Junior Samantha Sisson leads this group with her first-team selection at midfield.
Juniors Ashley Cross, Erin Oliver and sophomore Liz Bereit garnered second-team selections at goalkeeper, defense and midfield, respectively, while Corrinne Kosmowski and Amy Rollins rounded out the honorees by grabbing third-team accolades.
Kosmowski was picked at midfield and Rollins on attack.
Sisson led the Hornets to a 12-5 finish and an appearance in the ODAC tournament championship game with 51 goals and 26 assists for 77 points.
Her goal and assist totals were both fifth best in the league.
Sisson also finished second in the league in both groundballs and caused turnovers and seventh in draw controls.
Cross led the league in goals against average, was fourth in save percentage, fifth in saves and tied for the league lead in goals allowed in her third season as the Hornets starter in the cage.
Bereit, who missed two games and the majority of another with a leg injury, had 31 goals and 18 assists for 49 points.
She was named as the ODAC Player of the Week on April 8 after leading Shenandoah to wins over Washington and Lee and Sweet Briar.
Oliver, in her first season on defense after playing attack as a freshman and sophomore, solidified the Hornets' defense in front of Cross.
She finished the year with 17 groundballs and nine caused turnovers.
Kosmowski had 37 goals and six assists to finish fourth on the team in scoring and her 58 draw controls was second only to Sisson.
She also had 24 groundballs and seven caused turnovers.
Rollins had a second-best-on-team 39 goals to go along with six assists for 45 points. She recorded at least one goal in all but one game this season.