PRINCETON, N.J. – Senior Liz McGroarty is making sure she leaves it all on the track in her final season with the University of Delaware Track & Field squad.

A week after setting the school record in the 800m, McGroarty etched her name in the record books once again, breaking the school record in the 1000m to highlight the Blue Hens’ day at the Princeton invitational on Saturday.

The Glen Mills, Pa. native, who was paced with by teammate Angie Spadaccini for most of the race, clocked in at 2:49.16, breaking Linday Prettyman’s 2013 time of 2:50.63.

“We had some good performances this weekend and we’re excited to prepare for ECACs,” Head Coach Wendy McFarlane-Smith said.

Junior Ashley Bailey continued her outstanding season with her fifth top-three finish of the year, grabbing the second spot by clearing 12’ 9 ½”.

The Blue Hens had quite an ending to the meet with all three of their 4x400 relay teams pushing each other to claim the top three collegiate spots, led by the quartet of London Freeland, Sydni Stovall, Carly Pettipaw and Jeanette Bendolph, who crossed the line in 4:01.21.

Sophomore MacKenzie Jones extended her indoor season by qualifying for ECACs in the 3000m with a time of 9:57.77, which ranks sixth-best in school history.

Juniors Olivia Goncerz and Caryln McGrath both had big days in the 60m hurdles, both running personal bests of 8.99 and 9.03 respectively. Both of those times rank in the top-10 in school history.

Delaware will now prepare to wrap up the indoor season at ECAC Championships at Boston University. The meet will start on Friday, March 1.