February 22, 2011

Eastern Looks to ‘Hold True to Tradition’ at Big Sky Conference Championship

Eagles head to Pocatello, Idaho Feb. 25-26 as underdogs but plan to rise to the occasion

The Eastern Washington University track and field teams travel to Pocatello, Idaho, this weekend (Feb. 25-26) to compete in the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships hosted by Idaho State.

Competition will begin Friday morning (Feb. 25) at the Holt Arena with the men's heptathlon at 9:30 a.m., and the women's pentathlon at 9:45 a.m. Friday night's event will feature the prelims of the running events and the finals for six field events, beginning at 3:30 p.m.

The men's heptathlon will continue Saturday  morning (Feb. 26) at 9 a.m., with the men's mile launching the finals for running events at 12:05 p.m. Saturday's field events will begin at 10:30 with the men's weight throw.

The Eagle women will bring the full-allowance of athletes (22) while the men will bring 21 athletes to the championships. A total of 31 qualifying standards were met earlier in the season, 15 by the men and 16 by the women. All other competitors, who did not meet these standards, were either on the descending top-12 performance list or received wild card votes from their coaches.

In 2010 team scoring, the EWU men were fifth with 77.16 points, while the women were sixth with 58 points. Northern Arizona won the men's title with 132 points and Sacramento State won the women's title with 167 1/2 points.

Head women's coach Marcia Mecklenburg said that though they might look like the underdogs, if the women's team holds true to tradition, they will succeed when the time is right.

"On paper, we are going in weaker than I thought we would. But, we always perform well at the championships," said Mecklenburg. "We have not had a chance to compete at altitude and every other Big Sky team has this season."

Pocatello's 4,465-foot elevation, Mecklenburg says, will be the secret to success for the Eagles.

"Competing at altitude is a huge advantage for sprinters, jumpers and throwers," said Mecklenburg. "They will have that advantage when they get to conference. If tradition holds true, we will outperform what our season-best marks are--more than other teams will."

Looking like anything but an underdog, senior Erica Chaney is the favorite in the shot put as the Spokane, Wash., (Gonzaga Prep HS '06) native currently leads the league in the event by over two feet. Her mark of 51-7, which she had at the Bronco Open Feb. 5, broke a 20-year-old school record previously held by Nancy Kuiper. It also earned her the Big Sky Conference athlete of the week award.

Chaney will also compete in the weight throw, which she ranks second in the league standings with a distance of 56-0 1/2. Nicole Elliot of Northern Arizona leads the field with a mark of 58-8 1/2.

"If you break it down on paper, Erica Chaney should be our top performer," said Mecklenburg.

All-Big Sky performers Krystal Deyo and Brianna Okoro will strive to have breakthroughs in both of their respective events with the help of elevation. They both have had impressive performances at the conference championships. Included is the 2009 championships when they both exceeded the then-school record in the long jump and scored points for the women's team.

Heading into her final indoor conference championships, Deyo is currently ranked fifth in the long jump with a mark of 18-5 1/4. She trails Montana's Lindsey Hall, who ranks first in the league with a mark of 19-2 1/2. The senior also ranks seventh in the 60 with a time of 7.76. Geronne Black from Portland State leads the pack with a time 7.47.

"Krystal is overdue to run big this season," said Mecklenburg. "She was a contender last year and I expect her to be one this year. She hasn't competed at altitude like some of the other Big Sky sprinters have. I think she's the dark horse. I think she is going to do something big."

Okoro, a junior will look to pair her outdoor conference championship in the 200 with an indoor title as well. With a time of 25.37, she is ranked 12th in the event, which is led by Karen King from Portland state with a time of 24.02. She will also compete in the long jump, in which she ranks seventh on the BSC performance list.

"Brianna is ready to put up some big marks in both the long jump and the 200. I think she will have a great double performance," said Mecklenburg.

On the men's side, junior Brad Wall will look to add an indoor 400 title to his long list of accomplishments. The Vancouver, Wash., (Evergreen HS '08) native won the outdoor title during the 2010 indoor season while breaking the school record.

There is only one runner who is ahead of Wall in the league standings – Northern Arizona's Adel al Nasser who leads the conference with a time of 47.99. Wall has run a season-best time of 48.23.

"Brad has his sights clearly set on the NAU runner, who is a tick faster right now," said men's head coach Stan Kerr. "He knows what he needs to do to be successful."

Wall will also run the 200 meters and as the anchor leg of the 4x400-meter relay, which is currently ranked fourth by just .23 seconds behind Montana State.

"Our goal is for the men's 4x400 to be at the top of the podium at the end of the meet," said Kerr.

Stephen Praast, the 2009 outdoor champion in the high jump, will look to reclaim his throne, this time indoors. His highest placing at the indoor championship was in 2009 when he placed third behind teammate Adam Stewart. He is currently tied for sixth on the conference performance list with a mark of 6-7. Sacramento State's Emilio Hernandez leads the field with a mark of 6-11 3/4.

Praast will also compete in the triple jump – an event in which he has scored points during every conference appearance. He is ranked 10th in the event with a distance of 44-7 1/2. Edgar Panford from Northern Arizona leads the conference list with a mark of 47-11.

"Stephen has been a nice surprise, as he has added depth in the triple jump. He'll go out and pick up an all-conference position and grab us a few points," said Kerr. "But, knowing that his premier event is the high jump, and he is a senior, his focus and drive is to go out with a seven-foot-plus jump. And, of course, to be a repeat champion in the high jump would be great."

Kerr hopes another jumper, Kurt Williams, who comes off of a successful redshirt season, will end his indoor career as a point-earner in both the long jump and the triple jump. He ranks fifth in the long jump (22-11 1/4) and seventh in the triple jump (45-10 3/4) in the league standings. Ronald Brookins from Sacramento State leads the long jump with a mark of 24-1 3/4.

"I think Kurt could do very well in the long and triple. I'm excited to see Kurt end his indoor career on a really high note," said Kerr.

In the distance events, junior Kyle King, who came off of an impressive cross country season, is in the lead pack for the 3,000 meters and the 5,000 meters. He ranks fourth in the 3,000 with a time of 8:16.89. He trails familiar foe Diego Estrada of NAU, who ranks first with a time of 7:52.18. King is ranked third in the 5,000 meters with a time 14:18.92. Estrada also leads the rankings in this event with a time of 13:42.64

"Kyle King should have a great meet," said Kerr. He knows who to go after in the 5,000 and the 3,000."

Previous Meet - Flotrack Husky Classic – Seattle, Wash. – Feb. 11-12
Results – http://www.gohuskies.com/sports/c-track/stats/2010-2011/2011huskyclassicheats.html

Next Meet – Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships – Pocatello, Idaho (hosted by Idaho State University) Feb. 25-26

 

Men's Qualifiers/Records

Big Sky Championships - Feb. 25-26 in Pocatello, Idaho
NCAA Championships - March 11-12, 2011 in College Station, Texas

School Records Broken: None

Total Big Sky Championships Qualifying Marks Attained: 15

55 Hurdles – 7.81 - Steven Warner - Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS '09)
High Jump – 6-7 - Stephen Praast - Ravensdale, Wash. (Tahoma HS '06)
High Jump – 6-6 3/4 -Thomas Kassa - Anacortes, Wash. (Anacortes HS '10)
Heptathlon – 4616 - Tim Armstrong - Spokane, Wash. (East Valley HS '06 CC of Spokane) 
400 Meters – 48.23 – Brad Wall – Vancouver, Wash. (Evergreen HS '08)
Triple Jump – 45-11 1/2 – Andre Moore – Kent, Wash. (Kent Meridian HS '08)
3,000 Meters – 8:16.89 – Kyle King – Coupeville, Wash. (Coupeville HS '08)
800 Meters – 1:53.95 – Tim Pettit – Covington, Wash. (Kentwood HS '10)
200 Meters – 22.19 – Brad Wall - Vancouver, Wash. (Evergreen HS '08)
Long Jump – 22-11 1/4 – Kurt Williams – Snohomish, Wash. (Snohomish HS '06)
Weight Throw – 57-4 1/4 – Zach Nielson – Lindbergh, Wash. (Renton HS '09)
Long Jump – 22 10 3/4 -Thomas Kassa - Anacortes, Wash. (Anacortes HS '10)
3,000 Meters – 8:28.46 – Cody Barton – Ridgefield, Wash. (Ridgefield HS '08)
3,000 Meters – 8:29.73 – Bowe Ebding – Walla Walla, Wash. (DeSales HS '07)
5,000 Meters – 14:18.92 – Kyle King - Coupeville, Wash. (Coupeville HS '08)

Athletes who have not met qualifying standards but are on the top 12 BSC performance list:

400 meters – Nick Olsson – seventh (49.41) - Stanwood, Wash. (Stanwood HS '09)
Triple Jump – Kurt Williams – seventh (45-10 3/4) - Snohomish, Wash. (Snohomish HS '06)
Triple Jump – Stephen Praast – 10th (45-7 1/2) - Ravensdale, Wash. (Tahoma HS '06)
Shot Put – Marlyn Anderson – 10th (50-10 3/4) - Snohomish, Wash. (Snohomish HS '09)
Shot Put – Jon Buchanan – 12th (50-6 1/4) - Yakima, Wash. (East Valley HS '09)
Weight Throw – Jon Buchanan – 10th (52-6) - Yakima, Wash. (East Valley HS '09)
Pole Vault - Tim Armstrong – Wild Card (14-1 3/4) Spokane, Wash. (East Valley HS '06 CC of Spokane) 
Weight Throw - Cody Humphrey – Wild Card (44-8) - Hermiston, Ore. (Hermiston HS '10)4x400 Relay – 3:17.94 – Collin Green, Kramer Green, Nick Olsson and Brad Wall
Distance Medley Relay – Simon Sorenson, Michael Okoro, Tim Pettit and Drake da Ponte

 

Women's Qualifiers/Records

Big Sky Championships - Feb. 25-26 in Pocatello, Idaho
NCAA Championships - March 11-12, 2011 in College Station, Texas 

School Records Broken: One (Erica Chaney, Shot Put, 51-7, old record 50-10 by Nancy Kuiper in 1991)

Total Big Sky Championships Qualifying Marks Attained: 16

High Jump – 5-4 1/4 - Elise Jepsen - Kennewick, Wash., (Kamiakin HS '09)
Long Jump - 18-5 1/4 - Krystal Deyo - Castle Rock, Wash. (Castle Rock HS '06)
Pole Vault - 11-5 3/4 – Chloe Hall - Kennewick, Wash. (Southridge HS '09)
Triple Jump – 37-1 1/4 – Elise Jepsen - Kennewick, Wash., (Kamiakin HS '09)
Shot Put – 51-7 – Erica Chaney - Spokane, Wash (Gonzaga Prep '06)
Triple Jump – 37-1 3/4 – Morena Mannucci – Rome, Italy (Anco Marzio HS '10)
Weight Throw – 57-5 3/4 – Erica Chaney – Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep HS '06)
800 Meters – 2:15.67 – Angelica Rodriguez – Hermiston, Wash. (Hermiston HS '10)
200 Meters – 25.37 – Brianna Okoro – Lakewood, Wash. (Bellermine Prep '08)
Pole Vault – 11-11 3/4 – Robin Taylor – Blaine, Wash. (Blaine HS '10)
Pole Vault – 11-5 3/4 – Rachel Jordan - Milwaukie, Ore. (Milwaukie HS '09)
Pole Vault – 11-5 3/4 – Chelsi Friese – Lebam, Wash. (Willapa Valley HS '07)
Weight Throw – 54-6 3/4 - Vania Tauvela - Orting, Wash. (Orting HS '09)
60 Meters – 7.76 – Krystal Deyo – Caste Rock, Wash. (Castle Rock HS '06)
3,000 Meters – 18:04.68 - Stephanie Dye – Chatteroy, Wash. (Riverside HS '08)
3,000 Meters – 18:27.29 - Danielle Slaughter – Spokane, Wash. (Shadle Park HS '06 & WWU)

Athletes who have not met qualifying standards but are on the top 12 BSC performance list or received a wildcard:

Long Jump – Brianna Okoro – seventh (18-3) - Lakewood, Wash. (Bellermine Prep '08)
Long Jump – Taymussa Milller – 12th (17-6 1/4) Richland, Wash. (Hanford HS '09)
High Jump – Taymussa Milller – WC (5-3) Richland, Wash. (Hanford HS '09)
60 Meters – Whitney Leavitt – 12th (7.85) Benton City, Wash. (Kiona Benton HS '09)
200 Meters – Whitney Leavitt – WC (25.59) Benton City, Wash. (Kiona Benton HS '09)
4x400 Relay – (3:59.45) – Martha Sanford, Kyra Gaines, Nicole Nida and Lauren Matthews
Distance Medley – Sarah Alvick, Kyra Gaines, Kathryn Barnitz and Monica Jaenicke

 

Weekly Notes

Distance Women Qualify two to Conference while Breaking into EWU's Top-ten List
Stephanie Dye and Danielle Slaughter both qualified for the conference championships in the 5,000-meter run Feb. 10 at the University of Washington's Husky Classic. Junior Dye ran the race in 18:04.68 to place her fourth on EWU's all-time best list while Slaughter finished in 18:27.29, moving the senior into the sixth position on the list.

A-Rod Moves to Third on All-Time List as a Freshman
Freshman Angelica Rodriguez set a personal best in the 800 meters Feb. 12 at the University of Washington's Husky Classic while moving her to third on EWU's all-time best list. She clocked a time of 2:14.39 while placing first in her heat. She is currently ranked ninth on the Big Sky Conference performance list.

Wall Breaks into Indoor All-Time Best List in Second Event
Junior Brad Wall placed another mark in the record books, owning a season-best time of 22.12 in the 200 to place him seventh on EWU's all-time best list. Wall is also eighth on the 400 list with a time of 48.24.

Distance Men Find Success at Husky Classic
Eastern men's distance runners claimed two Big Sky Conference qualifying marks in the 3,000 at the University of Washington's Husky Classic Feb. 12 as senior Bowe Ebding ran the race in 8:29.73 and Cody Barton crossed the finish line in 8:28.46. Junior Kyle King had a personal best in the 5,000 meters, running a time of 14.18.92.

Williams Leaps into BSC Championships
Senior Kurt Williams had a season-best mark in the triple jump at the University of Washington's Husky Classic Feb. 12. His jump of 45-10 3/4 was just shy of the automatic BSC mark (45-11 1/4) but earned him a seventh-place position on the league performance list. Williams has also qualified in the long jump.

 

Season Notes

Chaney Inches Toward NCAA Berth with School Record
Erica Chaney inched her way toward a possible berth in the NCAA Championships as she broke the school record in the shot put Feb. 5 at the Bronco Open in Nampa, Idaho. With a toss of 51-7 3/4, Chaney surpassed the 20-year-old record of 50-11, which was set by Nancy Kuiper in 1991. That throw may have also earned the senior from Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep '06), a trip to College Station, Texas, to compete at the NCAA Indoor Championships March 11-12. She is currently ranked 25th in the nation. Although her metric mark of 15.74 meters did not meet the automatic standard of 16.90, women's head coach Marcia Mecklenburg hopes her mark will rank high enough to garner an at-large berth. Those berths are given to participants at the end of the regular season in order to fill a minimum 14-person field in the event.

Distance Medley Relay Moves up on EWU's All-time Best List
The men's distance medley relay made a mark in the record books Jan. 28 at the UW Invitational as four underclassmen combined to run a time of 10:06.28 to place them second on EWU's all-time best list. The team consisted of freshman Collin Green, freshman Tim Pettit, sophomore Drake DaPonte and sophomore Simon Sorenson. They trail Joshua Arnold, Branden Fuller, Bruce Jackson and Casey Kellogg, who combined in 2003 to run a school-record time of 10:03.94.

Wall Earns Big Sky Conference Athlete of the Week
Junior Brad Wall was named Big Sky Conference Athlete of the Week for the week of Jan. 18, after his performance at the UW Indoor Preview Jan. 15.The Vancouver, Wash., native ran away with a first-place finish in his first 2011 appearance in the 400 meters. His time of 48.23 was a personal best for the junior and was good enough to qualify him for the conference championships.

 

Other Top Performances

Steven Warner - Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS '09)
Sophomore Steven Warner prevailed in the 55-meter hurdles, placing first overall at EWU's opening meet Dec. 4 at the Candy cane Invitational. His time of 7.81 converted to a qualifying time for the 60-meter hurdles. He has continued to run qualifying times every race this season. His best performance was at the UW Indoor Preview when he ran a time of 8.36 in the 60-meter hurdles.

Tim Armstrong - Spokane, Wash. (East Valley HS '06 CC of Spokane) 
Senior Tim Armstrong first qualified for the conference championships at the Candy Cane Invitational Dec. 4 when he scored 4616 in the men's heptathlon. He bettered his mark Jan. 28-29 at the Jackson Invitational-New Balance West in Nampa, Idaho when he scored 4794 points.

Brad Wall – Vancouver, Wash. (Evergreen HS '08)
The defending Big Sky Champion in the outdoor 400 meters, Brad Wall first qualified for the event at the UW Indoor Preview Jan. 15., when the Vancouver, Wash., native ran away with a first-place finish. His time of 48.23 was a personal best for the junior. Two weeks later at the UW Invitational, Wall qualified in the 200 meters with a time of 22.19. He bettered that time at the Husky Classic Feb. 11 when ran a time of 22.12 in the 200 to place him seventh on EWU's all-time best list.

Andre Moore – Kent, Wash. (Kent Meridian HS '08)
Junior Andre Moore qualified in the triple jump at the UW Indoor Preview Jan. 15 when he jumped a mark of 45-11 1/2. He is currently sixth on the Big Sky Conference performance list.

Tim Pettit – Covington, Wash. (Kentwood HS '10)
Freshman Tim Pettit qualified for the conference championships in the 800 meters Jan. 28 at the UW Indoor Invitational. His time of 1:53.95 is ranked 11th in the league.

Stephen Praast – Ravensdale, Wash. (Tahoma HS '06)
Senior Stephen Praast placed first in the men's high jump at the Candy Cane Invitational Dec. 4, clearing the bar at 6-7, Praast qualified for the conference championships. Praast will also make a conference appearance in the triple jump as his mark of 44-7 1/2 is ranked 10th on the conference performance list.

Kurt Williams – Snohomish, Wash. (Snohomish HS '06)
Kurt Williams
 qualified for in the long jump Feb. 5 at the Bronco Open in Nampa, Idaho. His jump of 22-11 1/4 will send the senior to the conference championship ranked fifth. He later had a season-best mark in the triple jump at the University of Washington's Husky Classic Feb. 12. His jump of 45-10 3/4 was just shy of the automatic BSC mark (45-11 1/4) but earned him a seventh-place position on the league performance list.

Kyle King – Coupeville, Wash. (Coupeville HS '08)
Junior Kyle King qualified for the conference championships in the 3,000 meters at the UW Indoor Preview Jan. 15. His time of 8:16.89 ranks fourth on the leagues performance list. He later qualified for the 5,000 meters Feb. 11 at the UW Husky Classic where he ran a time of 14:18.92, which ranks third on the BSC performance list.

Zach Nielson – Lindbergh, Wash. (Renton HS '09)
Sophomore Zach Nielson qualified in the weight throw with a mark of 57-4 1/4 to place him third at the Bronco Open Feb. 5. He will head to the championships ranked fifth.

Cody Barton – Ridgefield, Wash. (Ridgefield HS '08)
Junior Cody Barton met a qualifying mark in the 3,000 meters Feb. 11 at the Husky Classic. He crossed the finish line with a time of 8:28.46, which ranks 14th in the conference. Barton also had an impressive race in the 5,000 meters at the UW Invitational Jan 28, where he finished with a time of 15:22.89 to rank him 12th in the league standings.

Bowe Ebding – Walla Walla, Wash. (DeSales HS '07)
Senior Bowe Ebding qualified for the conference championships in the 3,000 meters Feb. 11 at the Husky Classic. He ran a time of 8:29.73, which ranks 19th as he heads into the championships.

Elise Jepsen - Kennewick, Wash., (Kamiakin HS '09)
Sophomore Elise Jepsen was the first female competitor to qualify for the conference championships in multiple events. She qualified in the high jump (5-4 1/4) and the triple jump (37-1 1/4) Dec. 4 at the Candy Cane Invitational. She later jumped the same mark in the high jump at the UW Husky Classic, which ranks her ninth in the conference standings.

Krystal Deyo – Castle Rock, Wash. (Castle Rock HS '06)
Senior Krystal Deyo qualified for the conference championships in the long jump Dec. 4 at the Candy Cane invitational. Her mark of 18-5 1/4 ranks her fifth in the league standings. She later qualified in the 60 meters Feb. 11 at UW's Husky Classic with a time of 7.76, which ranks her eighth in the Big Sky.

Chloe Hall - Kennewick, Wash. (Southridge HS '09)
Along with four other women pole vaulters, sophomore Chloe Hall broke into EWU's all-time best list in the pole vault this year. Qualifying for the conference championships early in the season with a mark of 11-5 3/4, Hall moved to the seventh-place position in the record books. That height, which she cleared at the Candy Cane Invitational during the first week of competition, is tied for ninth on the Big Sky Conference performance list.

Morena Mannucci – Rome, Italy (Anco Marzio HS '10)
Freshman Morena Mannucci qualified in the triple jump with a mark of 37-1 3/4 at the UW Preview Jan. 15. That distance is ranked ninth in the league standings.

Angelica Rodriguez – Hermiston, Ore. (Hermiston HS '10)
Freshman Angelica Rodriguez first qualified for the conference championships in the 800 Jan. 28-29 at the UW Invitational with a time of 2:15.67 to place her fifth on Eastern's all-time best list. She later set a personal best Feb. 12 at the University of Washington's Husky Classic while moving her to third on EWU's all-time best list. She clocked a time of 2:14.39 while placing first in her heat. She is currently ranked ninth on the Big Sky Conference performance list.

Brianna Okoro – Lakewood, Wash. (Bellermine Prep '08)
The defending champion in the outdoor 200, Brianna Okoro qualified in the indoor event with a time of 25.37 at the Bronco Open Feb. 5. She is also ranked seventh in the league standings in the long jump with a mark of 18-3.

Robin Taylor – Blaine, Wash. (Blaine HS '10)
Leading the EWU pole-vault pack, freshman Robin Taylor ranks in the top five in league standings. She first qualified in the pole vault Feb. 5 at the Bronco Open with a height of 11-11 3/4, which also earned her a fifth-place position on EWU's all-time best list.

Rachel Jordan - Milwaukie, Ore. (Milwaukie HS '09)
Sophomore Rachel Jordan qualified for the conference championships in the pole vault Feb. 5 at the Bronco Open with a mark of 11-5 3/4. She is currently tied for ninth in the BSC standings and shares the seventh-place spot on EWU's all-time best list with teammate Chloe Hall.

Chelsi Friese – Lebam, Wash. (Willapa Valley HS '07)
All-Big Sky performer Chelsi Friese qualified in the pole vault Feb. 5 at the Bronco Open when she cleared the bar at a height of 11-5 3/4. The senior now shares the ninth-place position with four other Big Sky competitors – two being her own teammates.

Vania Tauvela - Orting, Wash. (Orting HS '09)
Breaking into the record books at the Bronco Open Feb. 5, sophomore Vania Tauvela also met a BSC qualifying mark in the weight throw. Her mark of 54-6 3/4 earned her a fourth-place position in the league standings and seventh-place spot on EWU's all-time list.\

 

All-Conference Performers 

The following Eagle athletes have earned All-Big Sky Conference honors (top three finish) in previous Big Sky Conference track and field championships (indoors and outdoors):

Men

Aaron Mettler - (2008 Outdoor: Champion in javelin, 2009 Outdoor: Champion in javelin, 2010 Outdoor: 2nd in javelin)
Stephen Praast – (2009 Outdoor: Champion in high jump, 2009 Indoor: 3rd in high jump)
Brad Wall – (2010 Outdoor: Champion in 400)

Women

Erica Chaney - (2008 Indoor: 2nd in shot put, 2009 Indoor: 2nd in shot put, 2010 Outdoor: 3rd in shot put, 2nd in discus)
Krystal Deyo – (2009 Indoor: 2nd in 60, 2009 Outdoor: 2nd in 100)
Chelsi Friese – (2009 Outdoor: 2nd in pole vault)
4x100 Relay – (2009 and 2010 Outdoor Champions, 2008 Outdoor: 2nd)

 

Links

Direct Athletics Performance List - http://www.directathletics.com/view_list.html
EWU Track and Field - http://goeags.com/sports/c-track/index
Big Sky Conference Men's Track and Field http://www.bigskyconf.com/index.aspx?tab=outdoortrackandfield&path=motrack
Big Sky Conference Women's Track and Field - http://www.bigskyconf.com/index.aspx?tab=outdoortrackandfield2&path=wotrack
NCAA Track and Field - http://www.ncaa.com/sports/c-itrack/ncaa-c-itrack-body.html
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