Twice as Nice: Merrimack's Carly Muscaro Repeats as 400m Champion, Wins First-Ever 200m Title at NCAA Championships

Twice as Nice: Merrimack's Carly Muscaro Repeats as 400m Champion, Wins First-Ever 200m Title at NCAA Championships

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Still finding ways to top herself year after year, senior captain Carly Muscaro of the No. 15 Merrimack women's track & field team successfully defended her 400m national title with the fastest time in Division II history, then followed that effort by winning her first-ever title in the 200m to take home two individual titles at the 2017 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday evening.

The Basics
Event: 2017 NCAA Indoor Championships
Results: Muscaro (400m National Champion - 51.78 | 200m National Champion - 23.57)
Location: CrossPlex Complex | Birmingham, Ala.

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