Indoor Track: Broke the Bates women's indoor record in the triple jump and qualified provisionally for nationals on the first day of ECACs, finishing eighth out of a field of 24 with a top jump of 36'09.75", surpassing by 3.75 inches the previous school record of 36'06.00" set by Anne Millham in 1987 and scoring one point for Bates.... At Open New Englands, Marino finished 10th in the triple jump with a personal record of 36'04.75"; the 4 by 400-meter relay quartet of Izzy Alexander, Dana Lindauer, Molly Radis and Jen Marino qualified provisionally for the NCAA Championships, finishing in 3:57.19 for 13th place out of 21 teams and breaking the former program record of 4:00.19 set in 2006 by Kathleen Nugent '06, Danielle Touhey '06, Izzy Alexander and Ashley Wentworth '06.... At New England Division III Championships, scored points for Bates in both the long jump and triple jump; Marino triple jumped a career-best 35'10.75", placing second, and she long jumped 16'03.75", good for seventh place; helped Bates' 4x400-meter relay team finished third in 4:03.62, the No. 2 performance in Bates history (Izzy Alexander, Molly Radis, Dana Lindauer and Jen Marino); posted her second-best long jump of the season at 16'05.75", putting her in 16th place at the meet..... At State of Maine Championships, unleashed a personal best 35'10", or 1 1/2 feet beyond any of the night's previous jumps, putting her at No. 2 on Bates' all-time performance list, behind only Anne Millham '87 (36'6"); Marino was also fourth in the long jump; Izzy Alexander, first-year Dana Lindauer, Jen Marino and Molly Radis won the 4x400 relay by over eight seconds ahead of runner-up Bowdoin, in 4:08.21.
Outdoor Track: Earned All-ECAC honors by placing seventh in the triple jump (36-04.00) and helping the 4 by 400 relay team of Marino, Dana Lindauer, Izzy Alexander and Amy Rosania to an eighth-place finish (4:05.10).... Bates' 4x400 relay team of Izzy Alexander, Jen Marino, Dana Lindauer and Amy Rosania finished 13th at Open New Englands in a time of 4:04.84; Marino had a long jump of 15-11.75 at Open New Englands, as well, putting her in a tie for 17th place; finished eighth in the triple jump at 34-09.50.... At New England Division III Championships, placed third in the triple jump at 36-02.75, nearly two feet beyond her eighth-place mark a year ago at New Englands; finished eighth in the long jump (16-06.00); Bates finished sixth out of 16 teams in the 4 by 400-meter relay, as Dana Lindauer, Amy Rosania, Izzy Alexander and Jen Marino finished in 4:06.96.... Broke her own Bates record in the triple jump at NESCAC Championships, finishing second in 11.22 meters; the 4 by 400-meter relay team of Jen Marino, Dana Lindauer, Lisa Hartung and Amy Rosania placed sixth with a time of 4:07.48.... Named to U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's 2008 Academic All-America team, by virtue of qualifying for the NCAA Championships while maintaining the requisite grade point average of 3.25.
Indoor Track: Qualified for New Englands in the triple jump (33-3) at the Tufts Invitational on January 21st...Achieved season long jump personal record at the Tufts Invitational on January 21st (4.68 m)...Ran season personal record in the 200 meter dash at the State of Maine Championships at Bates on February 3rd (29.94)...Achieved triple jump season personal record at New England Division III Championships on February 18th (10.39 m), placing sixth.
Outdoor Track: Achieved season personal record in the triple jump at the Tufts Snowflake Classic on April 1st (10.35 m)...Ran season personal record in the 200 meter dash at the Bates Invitational on April 15th (28.97)...Jumped season personal record in the long jump at NESCAC Championships on April 29th at Bowdoin (4.73 m)