Women’s track and field newcomer, Dana Nardello, has recently qualified for the ECACs 500-meter run, the 4×400 and the 4×200. She has become eligible for the 500-meter run in Boston, as well as the 4×200 at Ursinus College this past weekend.
This is Nardello’s first season running for the Cavaliers. She is optimistic about her achievement and has nothing but high expectations for her team as the season continues.
“I’m really excited to have qualified for the ECACs,” Nardello said. “All of the girls on the team are very talented and I’m happy to be a part of it. We all work really hard and it’s paying off.”
Nardello is a freshman early-childhood and elementary education major from Berlin, N.J. She attended Paul VI High School and has been participating in track for nine years.
Her enthusiasm about how the season has been thus far at Cabrini is positive and she is looking forward to more success as the season progresses.
Nardello is a middle-distance runner, therefore competing in the 400, 500 and 800-meter run. She will not be running the open 200-meter.
Between the guidance from the head women’s track and field coach, James Williams, and a strong effort from the team as a whole, Nardello sees a victorious future ahead for the Lady Cavs.
“I’m really happy to run for Cabrini and I hope we continue to do well this season,” Nardello said.