If you win a Championship of America event at the Penn Relays (or are at least the top American team), you take home both a Penn Relays Watch, and a commemorative Gold Watch. These New Yorker's did just that.
- Brooke Rauber (Tully) kicked away in the final lap of the 3000m, to nearly match her indoor PB, and win the Invitational race. She ran to 9:34.21 for the win, three seconds ahead of second place.
- Fayetteville-Manlius girls bring home their third distance relay title since 2010, taking home the Distance Medley Relay win. They run a US #2 of 11:45.28, with splits of 3:40.27, 60.41, 2:21.27, and a 4:43.34 anchor by Claire Walters. Walters would run a US #1 in the Steeple the next day, back home. This was also a different lineup than ran Indoor Nationals.
- Ciara Durcan (Pearl River) (below) tackles the 5K distance in the racewalk, nearly lapping the entire field
- New York swept the Distance Medley, with Saint Anthony's taking home the boys title in the rain. With a new US #1 of 10:10.23, they split 3:06.17, 52.14, 1:58.28, and a 4:13.65 anchor by Matthew Payamps.
- Ryler Gould (Newburgh) capitalizes by a late race stumble by the Jamaican leader, and wins the 400H outright in a new US #1 of 52.55.
- Shane Racey (Ravena) took home the Pole Vault win in 15-5 on the final day of competition.