LANCASTER, Pa. - The Centennial Conference has announced their 2017-18 Indoor Track & Field All-Centennial Team, and Bryn Mawr's own Jennica Terry headlines the list of student-athletes who received accolades from the conference. After winning both the 60 meter dash and the 60 meter hurdles and taking third place in the 200 meter dash at the Centennial Conference Championship meet, the rest of the league took notice and awarded the Maryland native both Outstanding Track Performer of the Year and Outstanding Rookie of the Year honors, the first time ever in Centennial Conference history that a student-athlete has claimed both honors in the same season. Terry collected First Team All-Centennial honors in both the 60 meter dash and the 60 meter hurdles and Honorable Mention honors in the 200 meter dash.
Terry posted incredible season-long and Centennial Conference Championship performances that saw her reset the school record six different times in the two 60 meter events. Ultimately, she posted a new school record of 9.04 seconds in the 60 meter hurdles and she shattered the old 60 meter dash record by almost two-tenths of a second, becoming the fastest woman in Bryn Mawr indoor track history with a time of 7.98 seconds. In addition, her 26-point performance at the Centennial Conference Championship meet was one of the highest single totals in Owls history, helping them to an eighth place finish and one of the highest team point totals in history as well.
Today's recognition comes just one day after Terry was also named a USTFCCCA Indoor Track & Field All-Region honoree.
Also making the All-Centennial team was Bryn Mawr's Allegra Wham; the Virginia native earned her way onto the league's Sportsmanship Team for her enthusiastic and positive spirit throughout the entire season.
For a look at the full Centennial Conference All-Centennial release, click here!