Carly Stine is in second place at the mid-point of the New York State Collegiate Track Conference women's heptathlon championship while Eliza Bell was third in the high jump and Jessica Marini was fifth in the 400 hurdles and ran on the second place 4x400 relay at the Big Red Invitational at Cornell on Sunday.
Stine has 2266 points after day one, trailing leader Amanda Rissmeyer, who has 2733.
Stine earned 589 points with a 17.07 clocking in the 100 hurdles, picked up 610 with a 1.49 meter high jump, 389 points with a 7.84 meter mark in the shot put and 679 points with a 27.41 clocking in the 200 meters.
The event will conclude with the long jump, javelin and 800 meters on Monday.
At Cornell, other members of the Saint women's team prepped for the upcoming NYSCTC Outdoor Championships at Rochester with solid performances at the Big Red Invitational.
Bell cleared 1.60 meters to place third in the high jump and also finished 13th in the triple jump for the top individual Saint performance while Marini ran 1;04.70 in the 400 hurdles and led off the 4x400 team which ran 4:14.62. She was joined by Jenna Hulton, Staci Czaja and Cassia Hameline.
Ariel Beccia was ninth in 18;33.94 in the 5000 and Jenna Hulton finished 10th in the 800 with a 2:19.36 clocking for the other Saint top ten performances.
Elizabeth Edwards was 11th in the 1500 in 4:54.38, Hameline finished 12th in the 400 hurdles and Kelsey Leder was 12th in the 5000.
Top field event performances in addition to Bell's high jump included a 12th in the triple jump by Emily Rebehn, and a 13th by Jessica Ingalls with Heather Cutler 14th in the hammer. Jessica Tyree was 13th in the discus and 14th in the shot while Czaja finished 14th in the javelin.