ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Towson registered three event victories Saturday en route to a fourth-place finish at the Navy Invitational at Ingram Field. Navy took home the team title with 241 points, while Delaware finished second and Maryland-Eastern Shore third. The Tigers had 111 points in the meet.
Appezzato won the javelin with a throw of 134' 8", earning 10 points for Towson in the event. Her throw was over 13 feet longer than the second-place finisher, Delaware's Jillian Seamon.
Wenger won the 400-meter hurdles in a time of 1:03.82.
"The conditions weren't the best, but Emily ran almost a second faster than she did in our last meet," Towson Head Coach Roger Erricker said. "Emily's performance really sticks out. Alexis won by a wide margin and that was very encouraging."
Towson's Katie Salke took first-place in the triple jump with a result of 35' 10.50" and also finished fourth in the 100-meter hurdles.
The Tigers had two of the top four finishers in the 100-meter hurdles as Kamilah Browne finished one place ahead of Salke for third.
Towson senior thrower Shianna Smith set a personal record in the hammer throw with a 165' 01" finish and placed third in the event for the Tigers.
The Tigers will host the Towson Invitational March 31 beginning at 10 a.m.