Track & Field Posts Solid Marks at Victor Icebreakers

Track & Field Posts Solid Marks at Victor Icebreakers

ROME, Ga. — The Berry College track & field teams opened outdoor competition hosting the annual Victor Icebreaker Duals on Saturday, earning several strong marks. 


  • Kinslee Clevenger finished 8th in the women's 800m.
  • Berry's Bethany Terpin earned a 6th place finish in the 1,500m. 
  • Distance standout Abby Carroll took 6th in the women's 5K.
  • Mary Ashford Hyde finished 7th in the women's 100m hurdles.
  • Lillian Hamman earned a top-5 finish in the 3,000m steeplechase.
  • Kelley DeLacey and Elizabeth LaSelva went 3-7 in the women's pole vault.
  • Genesis Leggett claimed first in the women's shot put with a toss of 12.07m. She also took first in the women's discus and second in the hammer throw.
  • Also in throws, Alexa Bilsky took second in the javelin. 
  • CJ Stone took fourth in the men's 100m and 200m sprint events.
  • Jordan Wilson placed top-5 in the men's 400m. 
  • Will Knowlton also earned a top-5 placing in the men's 1,500m.
  • The Vikings dominated in the men's pole vault, going 2-3-4 with Tucker Smith, Mitchell Brice, Braden Jarvis and Ethan Caldwell placing top-5.
  • Jed Woodward earned 3rd in the men's shot.


Berry will compete at the Southern Invitational in Birmingham on March 8.