The Bears scored 96 points for second place while Westfield State won with 103 points.
Ahlers finished second in the 400 meter dash, running 1:00.50. She broke Emily Zalewski's record of 1:00.53 that she set back in 2010.
Gabrielle Troise was second in the hammer with a throw of 160-7, breaking Jen Wescott's record of 159-11.25 from 2003. Gabrielle was also third in the shot (39-5.25) and fourth in the discus (114-5).
Other top finishers for Coast Guard on the track was freshman Caroline Jenkins, who won the 400 meter hurdles (1:07.86) and was fifth in the 100 hurdles (16.31). Freshman Nina Ragle took first in the 3000 meter steeplechase crossing the line in 12:15.42. Sophomore Rachel Burchill earned a third place finish in the 5K, running 20:20.89.
Joining Gabrielle Troise with top finishes in the field events was sister and fellow sophomore Alexia Troise who was second in the discus (131-10). Freshman Karen Hovey was third in the discus with a distance of 117-3. Junior Cailtin Piker was fourth in the Javelin (118-6).
The Bears are back in action next weekend as they host the NEWMAC championships on their home turf, on Saturday April 30th.