PRINCETON, N.J. - A nice, warm Saturday afternoon at Princeton's Weaver Stadium served as the perfect setting for the final day of competition at the Larry Ellis Invitational.

The meet, which is one of the largest in the region during the spring, featured more than 200 collegiate and club teams and nearly 2,000 individuals.

In the 400-meter hurdles, Megan Krumpoch (Shrewsbury, Mass.) posted her fastest time of the year, running a 1:01.41 to take third in her section and 11th overall in a field of nearly 40.

Krumpoch also ran the anchor leg of the 4x400-meter relay, helping the team to its best time of the season.

Meggie Donovan (Auburn, N.H.), Katrina Cord (Pacific Palisades, Calif.) and Naomi Stahl (East Brunswick, N.J.) joined Krumpoch as the foursome that posted a 3:54.20, the fastest time by Dartmouth this spring.