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Luther's Men Cross Country
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Altier and Morrow Lead the Norse at Conference

Tom Altier -Granger-Luther ©Wyatt Hill 2019

Tom Altier -Granger-Luther
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Men

The University of Dubuque hosted the American Rivers Conference cross country championships at the Dubuque Soccer Complex.

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Wartburg College won the league title with 19 points. The Knights placed seven of their runners in the top-nine and 10 runners in the top-15.Wartburg was led by individual champion Joe Freiburger who covered the 8K course in 26:47.6.

Luther placed second with 58 points, followed by Loras College with 103. Luther’s second place finish is its highest finish at the conference championship 2011.

Three Norse earned all-conference honors by placing in the top-15 from the field o f169 runners. Tom Altier finished second, earning all-conference honors for the second year in a row. Altier crossed the finish line with a time of 26:57. Ian Kelly and Dan Iselin earned all-conference honors for the first time. Kelly placed 10th (27:36) and Iselin placed 13th (27:50).

Completing the Norse five was Sam Schillinger (19th – 27:59) and Collin Kern (23rd – 28:08).

Amelia Morrow-City High-Luther ©Anh Le 2019

Amelia Morrow-City High-Luther
©Anh Le 2019

Women

Wartburg College won the championship with 36 points, followed by Luther with 59, and Loras College was third with 65. Luther’s second place finish was it highest finish at the league finale since 2015. The Norse also finished second that year.

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The Knights Corina Collet was the individual champion. Collet covered the 5K course with a time of 19:18.6. Kassie Rosenbum of Loras College was the runner-up clocked at 19:27.2.

Four Norse earned all-conference honors by placing in the top-15 from the field of 135 runners. Amelia Morrow and Heather Hostager earned all-conference honors for the second time of their careers. Morrow placed sixth (29:21) and Hostager was 13th (20:45.9). Vera Lindhorst, who placed seventh (20:23.3) and Lauren Berg, who placed 15th (20:52.7), received conference medals for the first time.

Completing the Norse seven and where they placed included Katie Fetting (18th – 21:04.2), Amelia Hornseth (19th – 21:04.4) and Kat Hoffman (23rd – 21:12.4).

Complete Results

Two weeks from today, Wartburg College will host the NCAA III Central Regional. This will be the qualifying meet for the NCAA III National Championships. Race time for the women in Waverly, Iowa is slated for Noon.

Joey Schultz-Dubuque-Loras
©Duhawks Athletics 2019

Duhawks Rumble To Great Performances

Joey Schultz-Dubuque-Loras ©Duhawks Athletics 2019

Joey Schultz-Dubuque-Loras
©Duhawks Athletics 2019

Men

The Loras College men’s cross country team traveled to Oberlin, Ohio to compete in the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble Saturday morning, placing 12th among 39 nationally ranked teams.

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Luke Guttormson was the fastest finisher for Loras in a time of 25:33.6, good for 39th and Patrick Wolak (25:36.6) finished just three seconds behind him to secure the 40th spot. Joey Schultz completed the race in a time of 26:12.2, followed by Cole Conklin-Little with a time of 26:29.8, and Logan Hayes rounded out the scorers with a time of 26:33.9.

Max Ross led the Duhawks in the 8,000-meter open race finishing in a time of 27:28.7, followed by Anthony Kemp in 47th (27:35.4) and Sam Webster in 50th (27:39.7). Drew Brase ran 27:42.1 to place 53rd and Nathan Vail was right in tow, placing 54th with a time of 27:43.1.

Loras returns to action on Saturday, Nov. 2 for the American Rivers Conference Tournament, hosted by the University of Dubuque. Race time is set for 10:30 A.M.

Women

Loras College women’s cross country sophomore Kassie Rosenbum led the Duhawks to a tenth place finish at the Oberlin College Inter-Regional Rumble on Saturday, turning in a historic mark to rank her second all-time in Duhawk history for the 6,000-meter race.

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Rosembum placed second overall, crossing the finish line in 21:10.2, while the Duhawks’ next finisher was Audrey Miller in 32nd  (22:34.4). Kaylee Osterberger finished in 80th place (23:16.8) and Cam Reeg (23:24.1) and Maeve Dunaway (23:37.1) rounded out Loras’ scoring in 93rd and 112th, respectively.

In the open race, Hannah Insko led the way with a top-20 finish, placing 19th with a time of 24:00.8. Marianne Gleason finished 24th (24:06.2), Morgan Minear (24:20.5) was 31st, Shania Kelly (24:30.3) placed 39th, and Ciera Dietchler placed 46th with a time of 24:43.4.

Loras’ next race will be the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) Championship on Saturday, Nov. 2, hosted by the University of Dubuque. Race time is set for 11 A.M.

Joey Schultz-Dub. Hemp-Loras
©Duhawks Athletics 2019

Duhawk Women and Men Off to a Great Start

Bob Schultz and Audrey Miller-Loras ©Jim Kirby 2017

Bob Schultz and Audrey Miller-Loras
©Jim Kirby 2017

Women

The Loras College women’s cross country team will toe the start line as the No. 6-ranked team in the Central Region on Saturday according to the latest United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) poll, released on Tuesday.

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The Duhawks took a week off from competition following an impressive display at the National Catholic Championship, hosted by Notre Dame University, on Sept. 20. Kassie Rosenbum paced the Duhawks with a fourth place finish overall, setting a new school record for the 5,000-meter race with a time of 17:57.48. Audrey Miller added a 27th place finish overall (19:10.46 and Kaylee Osterberger was 47th with a time of 19:51.26, helping Loras finish as the top-Division III team in the field of Division I, II and III competitors.

Carleton College remains the top-ranked team in the region while the University of St. Thomas (Minn.) bypassed American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) rival Wartburg College for second to place the Knights third. St. Olaf College and Gustavus Adolphus College held onto their fourth and fifth place rankings, respectively, while fellow A-R-C opponent Luther College was No. 7 behind Loras and Concordia University-Moorhead sits at No. 8.

Nebraska Wesleyan University was the final A-R-C school in the regional rankings at No. 9 while Bethel University (Minn.) ranks tenth.

The Duhawks travel to Waverly, Iowa for the Wartburg College Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 5. Race time is set for 10:30 a.m.

Men

After giving its top runners a week off, the Loras College men’s cross country team returned to the start line and scored a fifth place finish at the National Catholic Championship, hosted by the University of Notre Dame, earning the top Division III spot in the field.

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Luke Guttormson led the Duhawks and all Division III competitors with a 16th place finish, clocking a time of 26:22.46 for the five mile course. Patrick Wolak added another top-20 showing placing 18th overall with a time of 26:29.73.  Cole Conklin-Little was the next scoring runner for Loras in 33rd (26:55.41) followed by Joey Schultzin 40th (27:16.37) and Blake Keller in 53rd (27:34.85).

In the open race,  Ethan Hammerand had the top time for the Duhawks, crossing the finish line in a time of 28:33.58 to finish eighth. Sam Webster placed 13th (28:48.33) followed by Max Ross in 16th (28:58.54) and Drew Brase in 19th (29.12.71).  Jake Jensen was the Duhawks’ fifth man, clocking a time of 29:19.90 to finish 21st.

Loras heads to the Wartburg College Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 5 with race time in Waverly set to begin at 10:30 A.M.

Head Coach Matt Jones and Staff
©Duhawks Athletics 2019

Duhawks-National Champions!

Kassie Rosenbum-Clayton Ridge-Loras and Coach Bob Schultz ©Duhawks Athletics 2019

Kassie Rosenbum-Clayton Ridge-Loras and Coach Bob Schultz
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With a performance that will be talked about for years to come, the Loras women’s track & field program did what no other team at Loras College had ever done before, win an NCAA National Championship. It took a combined effort from each one of the qualifiers, but at the conclusion of the final event, the Duhawks remained perched high above the competition, making history in the process.

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Team Standings
1. Loras – 53
2. WashU – 49
3. George Fox – 36
3. Johns Hopkins – 36
4. Nebraska Wesleyan – 33

Women’s 4×100 Relay
1st – 46.30
Terrianna Black, Alexis Alt, Bella Solis, Gabrielle Noland

Men’s 400
1st – 46.27 – Stadium Record – 10th Fastest in Division III History
Patrick Mikel

Women’s 100
1st – 11.48 – Fastest All-Conditions Time in Championship History
Gabrielle Noland

Women’s 400 Hurdles
2nd – 59.02
Bella Solis

Women’s 200
1st – 23.44 – Division III Championship Record | American Rivers Conference Record | Loras All-Time Record
Gabrielle Noland

Men’s 200
8th – 21.35
Patrick Mikel

Women’s 5k
6th – 17:21.02
Kassie Rosenbum

Women’s 4×400
7th – 3:47.89
Gabrielle Noland, Stevie Lambe, Alexis Alt, Bella Solis

Men’s 4×400
2nd – 3:10.54
Evan Gradoville, Tyson Morrison, Mike Jasa, Patrick Mikel

Ryan Rogers-Dubuque-Loras
©Duhawks Athletics

Iowans Propel Duhawks at Home Meet

Ryan Rogers-Dubuque-Loras ©Duhawks Athletics

Ryan Rogers-Dubuque-Loras
©Duhawks Athletics

The Duhawk men’s and women’s track and field team hosted the Loras Easter Mid-Week meet on Tuesday, April 16. Gabrielle Nolandset a new stadium record in the 100m and the 200m, and is currently the top ranked runner in both events. Noland bested the school record in the 100m previously set by Pam Orris at 12:02 now 11.87 and the 200m previously set by Brittnee Powers at 24.68 now 24.14.

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TOP FINISHERS
Men:
Josh Smith | 1st | 100m | 10.86
Patrick Mikel | 1st | 200m | 21.57
Ryan Rogers 1st | 110m H | 15.13
Team of Otting, Smith, Kelly, and Jasa | 1st | 4x400m | 3:22.70
Team of Smith, Klein, Morrison, and Mikel | 4x100m | 41.88
Blake Keller | 1st | 1500m | 4:10.69
Doyle Carroll | 1st | Long Jump | 6.62m

Women
Gabrielle Noland | 1st | 100m – 11.87 | 200m – 24.14
Terrianna Black | 2nd | 100m | 12.38
Elayna Bahl | 1st | 100m H | 14.89
Kaylee Osterberger | 1st | 800m | 2:23.38
Bella Solis | 1st | 400m H | 1:01.66 |
Team of Osterberger, Serres, Heavlin, and Solis | 4x400m | 3:57.89

NOTABLES
• Noland’s 200m time of 24.14 set a new stadium record and is currently ranked at the top spot in Division III
• Noland’s time of 11.87 in the 100m is a new stadium record and ranks No. 1 in Division III
• Solis sets new stadium record in 400m Hurdles and is currently ranked No. 1 in Division III
• Mikels time in the 200m currently ranks 11th in Division III

UP NEXT
Loras will take a break for Easter Holidays and return to action on April 25-27 to compete at Drake Relays.

MacKenzie James-Monticello-Simpson
©Jim Kirby 2019

Klein and James lead Storm in Outdoor Opener

Audrey Klein-DM Lincoln Simpson ©Jim Kirby 2019

Audrey Klein-DM Lincoln Simpson
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Audrey Klein and MacKenzie James combined to score 24 points in three events as Simpson finished in fifth place to open up the outdoor season at the Grand View Invitational on Saturday.

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Klein ran a career-best 5:14.14 in the 1500, resulting in a first-place finish. Klein improved on her previous best time of 5:19.15 from the Jim Duncan Invitational on April 14, 2017. Five additional Simpson runners scored points in the race, including Emily Buchheit, Abby Loecke, Katie Murano, Cat Lucht and Kaylee Willadsen.

James was the top points-earner for the Storm on the day, finishing second in the 100 with a time of 13:24 and third in the 200 with a 28.13.

Simpson had an impressive day in high jump, as Jamie Glanz finished second with a 1.54 meter clearance and Kamryn Junifinished third by clearing 1.49 meters.

Luci Swarthout had a successful college debut in the 400 meter hurdles, finishing third with a time of 1:11.7. Sophie Hall finished sixth with a time of 1:15.36.

The Storm had more contributors scoring points in the open events, including Jaycie Owens finishing fifth in the 400, and Corinne Thomas and Kamryn Juni finishing sixth in the 100 and 200, respectively.

Simpson will be in action next at the Central Invitational on April 5-6 in Pella at 2 p.m.

Meet Report
100 — 2. MacKenzie James, 13.24 | 6. Corinne Thomas, 14.33
200 — 3. MacKenzie James, 28.13 | 6. Kamryn Juni, 28.73
400 — 5. Jaycie Owens, 1:06.96
1500 — 1. Audrey Klein, 5:14.14 | 4. Emily Buchheit, 5:23.52
400 hurdles — 3. Luci Swarthout, 1:11.7 | 6. Sophie Hall, 1:15.36
High jump — 2. Jamie Glanz, 1.54m | 3. Kamryn Juni, 1.49

Bella Solis-Bettendorf-Loras ©DuHawks Athletics 2018

D3 Indoor National Championships Qaulifiers

Bella Solis-Bettendorf-Loras ©DuHawks Athletics 2018

Bella Solis-Bettendorf-Loras
©DuHawks Athletics 2018

Iowans and Iowa connections qualifying for D3 Indoor T&F Championships

Boston, MA March 8-9, 2019

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Women

60M-Gabrielle Noland, Loras.  Alison Beeman, Dubuque.  Terrianna Black, Loras.  Alanna Muhammad, Wartburg-Waterloo East.

200M-Alison Beeman, Dubuque.  Gabrielle Noland, Loras.

400M-Emma Cochrane, Cornell-Mt. Vernon.

3,000M-Cassidy Christopher, Wartburg-Cedar Falls.

5,000M-Carina Collet, Warburg.  Kassie Rosenbum, Loras-Clayton Ridge.

60H-Elayna Bahl, Loras-Western Dubuque.  Maggi Bjustrom, Wartburg-ADM.

4X400-Wartburg-Belle Tyynismaa-South Tama, Carson McSorley-New London, Lily Campbell-Waukee, Jackie Ganshirt-Wahlert.  Loras-Stevie Lambe-Dubuque Sr., Bella Solis-Davenport Central, Alexis Alt, Gabrielle Noland.

DMR-Washington U-Molly Sheperd-IC City High.

High Jump-Courtney Kruthoff, Central.  Bella Solis, Loras-Davenport Central.

Long Jump-Elyse Acompanado, Loras.

Shot Put-Anna Rehberg, Wartburg.  Kayla Slowick, Dubuque-North Scott.

Weight Throw-Rebecca Burmahl, Dubuque-Monticello.  Kelsey Betthauser, Dubuque.  Esther Johnson, Loras.  Kennedy Morris, Central-Earlham.

Pentathlon-Mary Gray, Central-Waukee.

 

Men

200M-Patrick Mikel, Loras.

400M-Patrick Mikel, Loras.  Colfay Pointer, Dubuque.

800M-Mark Schulz, Wartburg-CR Kennedy.  Dalton Martin, Wartburg.  Kyle Pape, Central-Wahlert.

Mile-Casey Roberts, Wartburg-Saydel.   Dan Iselin, Luther.

3,000M-Caleb Appleton, Wartburg.  Austin Bach, Cornell.

5,000M-Sam Pinkowski, Wartburg.  Joe Frieberger, Wartburg-Western Dubuque.

4×400-Loras-Tyson Morrison-Davenport Central, Mike Jasa-CR Prairie, Josh Smith, Patrick Mikel.

DMR-Wartburg-Casey Roberts-Saydel, Famiek Cook-CR Kennedy, Mark Schulz-CR Kennedy, Sam Pinkowski.

High Jump-Will Daniels, Central.

Long Jump-Famiek Cook, Wartburg-CR Kennedy.

Shot Put-Blaze Murfin, Dubuque.

Weight Throw-Blaze Murfin, Dubuque.

Heptathlon-Will Daniels, Central.  Ryan Rogers, Loras-Wahlert.

Wartburg Men's Track
©Knights Athletics 2019

Knights’ Men Win Conference

1st Sam Pinkowski-Wartburg, 2nd Joe Freiburger-Holy Cross, IA-Wartburg, 3rd Caleb Appleton-Wartburg ©Knights Athletics 2019

1st Sam Pinkowski-Wartburg, 2nd Joe Freiburger-Holy Cross, IA-Wartburg, 3rd Caleb Appleton-Wartburg
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The No. 9 Wartburg College Knights men’s track and field team finished first out of the nine competing programs at the 2019 American Rivers Conference Championships with 177 points. The championship is the first for the men’s program since 2015 and 10thoverall as a program.

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The Knights finished ahead of 12th-ranked Dubuque, 20th-ranked Central and 21st-ranked Loras en route to claiming nine events. Senior Mark Schulz (Cedar Rapids) won the 800m run with a time 1:55.53, while sophomore Matt Heinzman (Royal Oak, Mich.) won the mile at 4:16.70, junior Caleb Appleton (Zimmerman, Minn.) won the 3,000-meter run at 8:34.2 and sophomore Sam Pinkowski (La Crosse, Wis.) won the 5,000-meter run at 14:40.87. The 4×200-meter relay team won its event by running 1:29.80, while the 4×800-meter team won their event by finishing at 7:53.52. The distance medley relay squad captured the title by finishing with a time of 10:17.33. Senior Famiek Cook (Cedar Rapids) won the long jump with a leap of 7.36-meters and sophomore Riley Barrett (Parkersburg) won the heptathlon with 4,261 points.

Cook’s long jump set a new facility record, beating the previous record by .02 meters. In the men’s heptathlon 1,000-meter run, sophomore Curren Matthias (Denver) set a new American Rivers Conference Championship mark by running a 2:39.01.

Complete Team Standings
1. No. 9 Wartburg, 177 points
2. No. 21 Loras, 136.5 points
3. Nebraska Wesleyan, 122 points
4. No. 12 Dubuque, 104 points
5. No. 20 Central, 90.5 points
6. Simpson, 44 points
7. Luther, 36 points
8. Buena Vista, 16 points
9. Coe, 14 points

Complete All-Conference Performers
200m Dash: Dallas Wright, 22.53 (2nd)
400m Dash: Joe Duehr, 50.81 (3rd)
800m Run: Mark Schulz, 1:55.23 (1st)
800m Run: Casey Roberts, 1:55.53 (2nd)
Mile: Matt Heinzman, 4:16.70 (1st)
Mile: Sam Pinkowski, 4:17.82 (3rd)
3,000m Run: Caleb Appleton, 8:34.62 (1st)
3,000m Run: Joe Freiburger, 8:37.25 (2nd)
5,000m Run: Sam Pinkowski, 14:40.87 (1st)
5,000m Run: Joe Freiburger, 12:52.87 (2nd)
5,000m Run: Caleb Appleton, 14:53.02 (3rd)
60m Hurdles: Famiek Cook, 8.49 (3rd)
4x200m Relay (Dallas Wright, Joe Duehr, Famiek Cook, Roberto Salamo): 1:29.80 (1st)
4x400m Relay (Dallas Wright, Famiek Cook, Roberto Salamo, Casey Roberts): 3:21.47 (2nd)
4x800m Relay (Matt Heinzman, Conor Sapp, Dalton Martin, Mark Schulz): 7:53.52 (1st)
DMR (Frosty Lorimer, Wyatt Schmidt, Conor Sapp, Casey Roberts): 10:17.33 (1st)
Long Jump: Famiek Cook, 7.36m (1st)
Heptathlon: Riley Barrett, 4,261 points (1st)

The Wartburg men’s track and field coaching staff was also named the Coaching Staff of the Year by the conference.

TFFRS standings: As of press time, here is where the following results stand on the indoor performance lists in NCAA Division III:
5,000-meter run by Pinkowski: 30th
DMR: 24th
Long jump by Cook: 3rd
Heptathlon by Barrett: Tied for 39th

Click here for the complete results.

 

The Knights will return to action next week, as the program will host a NCAA Qualifier meet on Mar. 1 and Mar. 2.

Bella Solis-Bettendorf-Loras ©DuHawks Athletics 2018

DuHawks Shine at Sol Butler Classic

 

Bella Solis-Bettendorf-Loras ©DuHawks Athletics 2018

Bella Solis-Bettendorf-Loras
©DuHawks Athletics 2018

The Loras men’s and women’s track and field team competed at the Sol Butler Classic on Saturday Jan. 19 with both teams combining for the sweep in the team race, with the men finishing with 70 points and the women with 63 points.

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NOTABLES
• Patrick Mikel broke the school record in the 600m & ran the 16th fastest time in the world so far in 2019
• Bella Solis tied her high jump record and is currently ranked No. 3 in Division III
• Gabrielle Noland broke the school record in the 400m, is currently ranked No. 2 in DIII and was named the American Rivers Conference Athlete of the Week

TOP PERFORMANCES
Terrianna Black – 1st – 55m – 7.26
Gabrielle Noland – 1st – 400m – 57.19 (New School Record)
Bella Solis – 1st – 600m – 1:40.78 (#6 All-time @ Loras) | 1st – High Jump – 5’6” (ties school record)
Ellie Osterberger – 1st – 1000m – 3:14.64
Kaylee Osterberger – 2nd – 1000m – 3:16.82
Kassie Rosenbum – 1st – Mile – 5:21.19 (#9 All-time @ Loras)
Elayna Bahl – 1st – 55 Hurdles – 8.61 (#5 All-time @ Loras)
Bailey Vance – 2nd – 55 Hurdles – 8.95
Noland, Solis, Atl, and Lambe – 1st – 4x400m Relay – 4:06.61
Elijah Thomas – 1st – 55m – 6.54 (#6 All-time @ Loras)
Tyson Morrison – 1st – 400m – 51.32
Patrick Mikel – 2nd – 600m – 1:19.71 (New School Record – #16 in the world in 2019!)
Cole Conklin-Little – 1st – 1000m – 2:39.49
Blake Keller – 2nd – Mile – 4:27.95
Ryan Rogers – 1st – 55m Hurdles – 7.98 (#10 All-time @ Loras)
Morrison, Hall, Jasa, and Mikel – 4x400m Relay – 1st – 3:25.90

UP NEXT
Loras travels to Davenport to compete at the St. Ambrose Invite on Saturday, Jan. 26

Payton Wensel-Lin Mar-Iowa
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Many Iowans in Action This Past Weekend

Michelle Carrillo-Storm Lake-GVU ©Doug Wells-2018

Michelle Carrillo-Storm Lake-GVU
©Doug Wells-2018

Teams listed have former Iowa preps on their rosters.

Feature photo: Payton Wensel-Lin Mar-Iowa©Brian Ray Hawkeye Sports
Larry Wieczorek Invitational at Iowa-Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Missouri.
Dutch Athletics Classic at Central College-Truman St, William Penn, Simpson, Central.
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Sol Butler Classic at Dubuque-Loras, University of Dubuque, Clarke.
Hilltop Invitational at Cornell-Coe, Cornell, Grinnell
Chelsey M. Henkenius Open at Wartburg-Hawkeye Community College, Briar Cliff, NIACC, Wartburg, Waldorf, Buena Vista, Grand View.
Monmouth MW Indoor Invitational at Monmouth-Augustana, Illinois.
Wichaita St. Shocker Prelude-Wichita St.
KU, KSU, WSU Triangular at KU-KU, WSU.
SDSU Jim Emmerich/Alumni Invite-SDSU, ICCC, South Dakota.
Bison Team Cup at NDSU-UNI, NDSU.
2019 NW Missouri Open-NW Missouri, Iowa Western, Missouri Western, Nebraska Kearney.
U of St. Thomas Invite-St. Thomas.
Eau Claire, Platteville, Stevens Point Triangular-Eau Claire, WI.-Wis-Platteville.
Stout Open-UW LaCrosse.
SDSU DII Invitational-Minnesota State, Augustana, SD, Sioux Falls, Morningside, Northwestern, Wayne State, Dordt, SW Minnesota State.
Scott Nisely Memorial Classic at Doane University-Graceland.