Wilson’s Dennisha Page PRs in 200, runs all-time Rutgers #2 history at Florida Relays!!!!!!

Dennisha Page blasted a 200 PR this weekend with the 2nd-fastest time in Rutgers history.

Page, a Wilson graduate who began her college career at Syracuse, ran 23.48 at the Florida Relays in Gainesville, lowering her PR from 23.55 from last spring at the same meet. The performance was wind-legal at 0.1.

The only faster time in Rutgers history is 23.07 by Williamstown graduate Gabrielle Farquharson at the 2016 Big Ten Championships in Lincoln, Neb.

Other South Jersey women on the Rutgers all-time 200 top-10 are Bordentown’s Andrea Conaway at No. 6 with a 23.95 at the Metropolitan Championships at St. John’s in 1987 (listed incorrectly as 1988 on Rutgers’ website) and Egg Harbor Township’s Ajae Alvarez-Tyler at No. 8 with her 24.19 in Orlando in 2022.

Page is No. 9 in the Big Ten Conference in the 200, but the top 10 are all between 23.23 and 23.55.

She also anchored Rutgers’ 400-meter relay team, which ran 44.88, the No. 3 time in Rutgers history and fastest since the 2016 team – including Farquharson on the 2nd leg – ran 44.46 at the Big Ten Championships in Lincoln.


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