- Nine women from the University of MI women's track and field team are officially continuing their 2017 outdoor seasons into national postseason competition as they were among the qualifiers announced Thursday (May 18) for next week's NCAA East Preliminary Rounds in Lexington, Kentucky. Seniors Nicole Wadden, Emily Myers, Kadeisha Hield, Fiyin Olusola and Alison Powers, along with juniors Brittany Graves and Katia Coquis Lossio, will represent Nevada, competing from May 25-27.
Entries for the East and West preliminary meets include the top 48 declared athletes in each region for individual events, as well as the top 24 declared 4x100 and 4x400 meter relay squads. The Friars had eight athletes qualify for the Championship.
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The complete list of participants is available on the following website. All-American Emmanuel Korir (1:43.73) and Michael Saruni (1:45.82) will on Thursday scheduled to start at 7:35 p.m. The men's team (3:06.35) heads to Austin ranked in the top 10 in the west region.
Karol Koncos (64.29m) will be heaving the hammer throw on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Koncos heads into his first NCAA West Prelims ranked 18th. Semifinal - Saturday, May 27, at 8:05 p.m. Finally, Powers will enter the meet as the No. 41 pole vaulter in the region. First round - Friday, May 26, at 4:30 p.m.
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Organizers prevented reporters from attending the event, saying it was a private function even though it is publicly advertised. The minimum investment requirement is $1 million, unless the project is in a rural area or high-unemployment area.
A week after competing at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship, three University of North Dakota student-athletes officially learned today that their season would continue. She ran splits of 3:21.9 over 1200 meters (DMR), 4:23.6 over 1500 meters (4x1500) and 2:09.03 over 800 meters (4x800) at the Penn Relays.
Phelan teamed up with Morrissey, Sereno and Harrison at the indoor national meet in March to earn first team All-America honors with a fifth-place distance medley relay performance. The time was her fastest outdoors and her second-fastest overall in a race during the collegiate season. She also ran on the 4x1500 meter relay and helped the Wildcats win a Penn Relays title in the race for the second straight year.
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