NEWARK, Del. - The Tiger women's indoor track and field team competed in the Thomson Invitational Saturday at Delaware, and had a number of notable performances.
"We had some good performances, but I didn't see the consistency that'd I'd like to see yet," Towson head coach Roger Erricker said. "Once again, though, our top girls ran well."
Campbell finished third in the high jump with a 5' 5.0" result and ran a leg in the Towson 4 x 400 meter relay that finished in second place.
Salke finished third in the triple jump with a result of 35' 11.25" mark, a day after competing in the pentathlon at George Mason Friday night. Salke racked up 3,248 points at George Mason, which is the fourth most in Towson history in the event.
"She came back today and showed that she could do it," Erricker said of Salke's performance. "She really proved that she's a team leader and showed how tough she is."
Freshman Kelsey Fiddes also continued the strong start to her career for the Tigers with a pair of top 10 finishes. Fiddes was sixth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.80 and placed fifth in the 60-meter dash in 8.01 seconds. She was the top Tiger finisher in each event.