Delran’s Madeleine Tattory laps the field on her way to 10,000-meter win for TCNJ at N.J.A.C. Championships!!!!!

Delran graduate Madeleine Tattory, a College of New Jersey senior, lapped the field — and lapped most of the field twice — in winning the 10,000-meter run Saturday morning at the New Jersey Athletic Conference championships.

Tattory ran a personal-best 37:38.96, and teammate Emma Bean of Mainland Regional was second. Tattory’s previous PR was a 38:02.95 last month in a meet at Princeton.

The conference title is Tattory’s third. She won the 10,000 at the 2017 outdoor meet and the 5,000 at the 2019 indoor championships.

Tattory had PRs of 5:13.16 for 1,600 meters and 11:33.49 for 3,200 meters at Delran.

On Saturday, Tattory led from wire to wire. She had built a 14-second lead just one lap into the 25-lap race and led the field by over a minute by the sixth lap.

Tattory ran 82.9 for her first lap and 88.50 for her second, then settled into a steady pace that saw her run between 89.3 and 91.5 for 18 consecutive laps.

Check out her splits:
400: 1:22.82
800: 1:28.50 / 2:51.32
1200: 1:29.77 / 4:21.08
1600: 1:29.52 / 5:50.60
2000: 1:29.30 / 7:19.90
2400: 1:30.08 / 8:49.97
2800: 1:29.74 / 10:19.70
3200: 1:30.04 / 11:49.74
3600: 1:30.08 / 13:19.81
4000: 1:29.31 / 14:49.12
4400: 1:30.80 / 16:19.91
4800: 1:31.32 / 17:51.22
5200: 1:30.51 / 19:21.72
5600: 1:31.02 / 20:52.74
6000: 1:31.08 / 22:23.81
6400: 1:30.99 / 23:54.80
6800: 1:31.27 / 25:26.07
7200: 1:31.31 / 26:57.37
7600: 1:31.18 / 28:28.55
8000: 1:31.46 / 30:00.00
8400: 1:32.27 / 31:32.26
8800: 1:31.97 / 33:04.23
9200: 1:31.12 / 34:35.35 —>
9600: 1:33.07 / 36:08.41 —>
10000: 1:30.55 / 37:38.96 —>

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