Chesterfield Township’s Olivia D’Aulerio runs #2 400 in Haverford history!!!!!!

Chesterfield’s Olivia D’Aulerio ran a 400 PR and the #4 time in Haverford history this past weekend in a meet in Chester, Pa.

D’Aulerio, a freshman at Haverford who attended the Hun School in Princeton, ran 58.90 and placed 3rd at the Danny Curran Invitational at Widener. Swarthmore’s Rose Teszler won the race in 58.26.

D’Aulerio’s previous PR was a 59.08 last May in a meet at Lawrenceville. She only ran one 400 as a senior at Hun, focusing mainly on the 100 and 200, which she swept at the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championships in Pottstown.

She ran 59.17 indoors at Ocean Breeze, which is 2nd-fastest in Haverford history behind Christina Neilson’s school-record 58.38, set at the 2011 Centennial Conference Championships at Haverford. She finished the indoor season placing 4th in the 200 at the conference meet in Lancaster and 7th in the 60.

Neilson also holds Haverford’s outdoor 400 record at 57.13 from the 2011 Centennial Conference outdoor meet in Allentown. D’Aulerio’s 58.90 is just 7-100ths of a second out of the No. 2 mark, 58.83 by Isabel Thornberry last May at Collegeville. No. 3 on that list is a 58.85 by Aileen Keogh at the 2007 conference meet at Haverford.

D’Aulerio is also captain of Haverford’s soccer team and was an all-state player for Hun in the fall of 2021.

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