CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (04/12/03) -- Freshman Andria Smythe broke her own school record in the 100m, helping lead the Hawks to an 8th place finish out of 16 teams at the Lou Onesty Invtitational on the campus of the University of Virginia. The host Cavaliers won the event going away. Smythe placed second in the 100m dash with her ECAC qualifying and school record setting time of 11.912. She is now approaching the NCAA qualifying standard of 11.80. The Jamaican native also leaped 5.75m in the long jump to earn third. Smythe placed 8th in the 200m as well with a time of 25.39. Junior Sarah Click tied her best jump of the season by clearing 5'3" in the high jump to finish 4th. The 800m run was good to Saint Joseph's, with two runners placing in the top 10. Senior Sarah Conway completed the race in a time of 2:14.24, good for 7th place, followed by sophomore Kelly Victory, who was on her heels with a time of 2:14.40. In the 3000m run, junior Amy Manwaring finished 10th with a time of 10:20.82. Sophomore Erin O'Donnell finished fourth in the 3000m steeplechase with a time of 12:26.19. The relays treated SJU fairly well, as the 4x100 (48.97) and 4x400 (4:00.01) turned in 5th place finishes. Next week, Saint Joseph's competes at the Lafayette Invitational.