Dickinson's Isabel Cardi and Swarthmore's Clay Conley captured All-America honors to highlight Centennial Conference performances on the second and final day of the NCAA Women's Track & Field Championships in Boston, Mass. on Saturday.
Cardi took fifth in the 3,000 meters with a time of 9:48.30, breaking the school record for the second straight day en route to All-America honors.
Conley garnered All-America honors for the first time by placing seventh in the shot put with a throw of 13.66 meters.
In the team standings, Johns Hopkins tied for 14th with 13 points, Dickinson tied for 51st with four points, and Swarthmore tied for 64th with two points.