Hanover College track and field competed in the DePauw Invitational on Saturday with the women placing fifth and the men sixth.

Savannah Hubbard, a senior from Southwestern High School, led the Hanover women with a win in the long jump at 5.09 meters. She was also fourth in the 60-meter hurdles in 9.87 and fifth in the 400 meters in the 1:04.67.

Other top finishes for Hanover’s women were: Teal Burnett, Kara Beasley, Simone Henderson and Kenna Hunter, second, 800 relay, 1:49.99; Hunter, third, 400 dash, 1:03.65; Erin Trimpe, third, pole vault, 3.20; Burnett, fourth, 400 dash, 1:03.70; Amanda Stump, fourth, 1000 run, 3:32.17; Henderson, fifth, 60 dash, 8.24; Emily Clancy, fifth, pole vault, 2.90;

Eve Galbreath, a freshman from Switzerland County, finished only eighth in the weight throw and seventh in the shot put, but both were top five marks in Hanover history at 12.70 meters in weight throw and 10.85 meters in the shot put.

Top finishes for the Hanover men were: Donte Woodruff, second, triple jump, 12.45; Samuel Pyle, Darrell Payne, Gavin Alexander and Zac Butler, second, 800 relay, 1:33.06; Hayden Veach, third, 800 run, 2:02.05 and fifth, mile run, 4:32.59;Joe Sheryak, third, triple jump, 12.12; Jacob Hedrick, fourth, mile run, 4:31.61; Pyle, fifth, 200 dash, 23.29; Jack Simon, fifth, 800 run, 2:03.46;

Hanover’s next meet will be the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Championships on Saturday at Rose-Hulman.