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Clarke Crusaders Close Out Regular Indoor Season

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Erin Soats-E. Dubuque-Clarke
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The Crusader track squads competed at the University of Dubuque’s Spartan Invitational today, their final meet of the indoor season.

In the women’s events, Krista Bushkofsky won the 55m hurdles with a time of 8.27 seconds, which breaks her own school record set in December by .17 seconds.

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Chantel Kyler took second place in the triple jump, bounding 10.73m. Kyler also took fourth place in the high jump, clearing 1.55m.

In the weight throw, Preston Kopp and Mikayla Houston finished in second and fourth place, respectively, with best throws of 16.47m and 14.68m, respectively.

Katelynn Rheingans and Erin Soat took third and fourth place in the shot put, respectively, with best tosses of 12.47m and 12.27m, respectively.

Anna Cole earned a fifth place finish in the 400m dash, clocking 1:03.61.

The Crusader women scored 51 points and placed fourth out of seven teams.

In the men’s events, Tyre Hall placed third in the triple jump, bounding 13.32m. Marcus Seaton earned a sixth place finish in the 200m dash with a time of 23.16 seconds. Nick Peterson rounded off the scoring for the Crusader men with his eighth place finish in the pole vault. Peterson’s best clearance of 4.45m shatters the previous Clarke record.

The Clarke men scored 10 points and placed eighth out of eight teams.

The next indoor competition for those who qualified will be the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships, which will be held from March 2-4 in Johnson City, Tennessee.

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Vikings Perform Well at Wartburg

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Grand View men and women’s track & field both placed third the Henkenius Open hosted by Wartburg College. The meet was highlighted by Clay Cory (SR/Elkhart, Iowa) breaking the school record in the 400 meter dash, 50.25 seconds and Dimetrea Hamilton (FR/Des Moines, Iowa) meeting the NAIA “B” Standard national qualifying mak in the 60m hurdles, 9.17 seconds.  The men had three first place finishes and the women had two.

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Men 3rd/7 teams w/103pts

Men Top Finishes

1st Place:

Daniel Headley (SO/Melbourne, Florida), Long Jump, 6.69m

Jordan Michels (FR/Atkins, Iowa), High Jump, 1.81m

Clay Cory, 400m Dash, 50.25 *GV school record

 

2nd place :

Leo Stewart (FR/Alorton, Illinois), High Jump, 1.76m

Leo Stewart, Long Jump,  6.54m

 

3rd place :

Clay Cory, 200m dash, 22.85

Jake Goeller & Chance Tatman (JR/Spencer, Iowa), Shot Put, tied 13.97m

 

WOMEN: 3rd of 7 teams w/107pts

Women Place Finishers

1st place :

Dimetrea Hamilton, 60m Hurdles, 9.17 (NAIA “B” standard national qualifying mark)

Roro Ayers, 200m dash, 26.22

 

2nd place :

Allie Flaws (FR/Webster City, Iowa), 60m dash, 8.08

Katie Roberts (SR/Ankeny, Iowa), 600m run, 1:41.86

LaVon Davis (FR/Ames, IA), Wt Throw, 14.08m

 

3rd place :

Tyffaney Toms (SO/Lake City, Iowa), Wt Throw, 13.68m

Michelle Thayer (JR/Runnells, Iowa),  5,000m run, 20:29.86

4x400m Relay, Ayers-King-Roberts-Flaws, 4:12.70

Michelle Mumm-Neola-Morningside &  Tiffany Shephard-Corning-Morningside ©Mustang Athletics 2017

Mustang Women Collect Big Wins Over the Weekend

Elizabeth Bohlmann-SC East Morningside ©Mustang Athletics 2017

Elizabeth Bohlmann-SC East Morningside
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Morningside College athletes won four events at Saturday’s Dakota Wesleyan University Open indoor track & field meet in Mitchell, S.D.

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The Mustangs had three wins in the women’s competition, including a pair of victories in the distance events. Tiffany Shepherd, a senior from Corning, Iowa, triumphed in the mile with a time of 5:10.79 and Michelle Mumm, a junior from Neola, Iowa, reigned in the 1000-meters with a time of 3:00.51. Mumm also placed second in the mile with a time of 5:13.72, while Shepherd finished fourth in the 1000-meters with a time of 3:08.63.

The Mustang women also had a victory from Elizabeth Bohlmann, a junior from Sioux City, who won the long jump with a distance of 17-2 3/4.

Reece Jackson, a sophomore from Marcus, Iowa, scored a win for the Mustang men with a first place time of 8.60 seconds in the 60-yard hurdles. Jackson also finished fifth in the high jump with a height of 6-2.

Mumm’s second place effort in the women’s mile was one of seven runner-up finishes for the Mustangs. The Mustangs’ other second place finishers were Klayton Nordeen, a freshman from Alliance, Neb., with a distance of 20-10 1/2 in the men’s long jump; Alex Janssen, a junior from Crofton, Neb., with a time of 4:24.47 in the men’s mile; Jacob Green, a junior from Sioux Falls, S.D., with a time of 2:31.34 in the men’s 1000-meters; Eleka Joseph, a junior from Saint John’s, Antigua, with a time of 7.95 seconds in the women’s 60-meters; Aurora Arevalo, a sophomore from Lenox, Iowa, with a time of 27.09 in the women’s 200-meters; and Allison Higgins, a junior from Jefferson, Iowa, with a time of 19:05.28 in the women’s 5000-meters.

The Mustangs’ third place finishers were Alexandra George, a freshman from Seward, Neb., with a time of 19:08.62 in the women’s 5000-meters; Perman Wilson, a junior from Lakeland, Fla., with a time of 7.01 in the men’s 60-meters; Jason Kenny, a junior from Schaller, Iowa, with a time of 4:29.01 in the men’s mile; and Kyle Hiser, a senior from Shenandoah, Iowa, with a time of 1:58.44 in the men’s 800-meters.

Morningside’s fourth place finishers were Megan Anderson, a junior from Woodbine, Iowa, with a distance of 45-5 in the women’s weight throw, and Payton Boer, a sophomore from Sioux Center, Iowa, with a time of 2:20.79 in the women’s 800-meters.

The Mustangs had fifth place finishes from Will Griffin, a junior from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with a time of 7.14 in the men’s 60-meters; Alec DeVries, a junior from Merrill, Iowa, with a time of 1:59.24 in the men’s 800-meters; Tony Patton, a sophomore from Lincoln, Neb., with a time of 16:32.24 in the men’s 5000-meters; Cassie Warner, a sophomore from Council Bluffs, Iowa, with a time of 2:25.60 in the women’s 800-meters; and Anderson with a distance of 37-9 1/2 in the women’s shot put.

Morningside’s best relay finish was a third place effort in the men’s 1600-meter relay, where Hiser, Green, Drew Schiltz, a senior from Hinton, Iowa, and James Farnan, a junior from Bellevue, Neb., combined for a time of 3:26.73.

The Mustangs finished fourth in the women’s 1600-meter relay with a time of 4:09.09 from the quartet of Rose Pelelo-Ray, a sophomore from Merrill, Iowa; Boer, Joseph and Danielle Beckmann, a sophomore from Yankton, S.D.

Morningside will compete in the South Dakota State Indoor Classic on Feb. 10-11 in Brookings, S.D.

Clarke Track 2017
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Clarke Women Break Into National Poll

Chantel Kyler-Clarke ©Jim Kirby

Chantel Kyler-Clarke
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The first NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings of the season were released today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association and for the first time in Clarke University’s women’s track and field team history, the Crusaders appear in the Top 25 poll.  Coach Mason Tangen‘s Crusaders came in at No. 20 in the inaugural rankings.

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“We’re not done yet,” said Tangen.  “This is just the start of what this program is on the verge of doing. We have so many athletes hitting their stride right now. We have bigger results, more PR’s and more national qualifiers to get.

Indiana Tech was the top-ranked team.

“This sets us up very good for the season and hopefully it pushes our athletes harder,” added Tangen.  “They’ve put in the work and it’s nice to see the reward in Clarke’s first top 20 ranking in school history.”

Clarke will compete in the UW-Platteville Pioneer Open on Saturday.

Click here to view complete poll.

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Mt. Mercy to Host 2018, 20 NAIA National XC Championshps

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Liz Mosbach-Mt. Mercy
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The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced that the NAIA Men’s and Women’s Cross Country National Championships are heading to two cities in the next four years. The 2018 and 2020 national championships will be hosted by Mount Mercy University and Go Cedar Rapids, while the Cascade Collegiate Conference will host the 2017 and 2019 national meets.

 

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“The NAIA is excited about our Men’s and Women’s Cross Country National Championships finding a home in two great cities throughout the United States,” said Jim Carr, NAIA President and CEO. “We look forward to seeing the Cascade Collegiate Conference and Mount Mercy University put on first-class events in the coming years.”

The 2018 (Nov. 15-17) and 2020 (Nov. 19-21) national championships will be held at Seminole Valley Cross Country Course in Cedar Rapids. The home of Mount Mercy cross country will host approximately 600 runners, along with 1,500 fans, at each event. Seminole Valley Park will also host pre-meets each year, offering teams the opportunity to experience the course about a month in advance of nationals.

Mount Mercy is a member of the Heart of America Athletic Conference and the institution currently offers 17 varsity sports, including both men’s and women’s cross country. As the host institution, Mount Mercy will receive one men’s and women’s automatic berth to the championship field in 2018 and 2020.

“This is an opportunity we’ve been looking forward to for several years,” said Paul Gavin, Mount Mercy Director of Athletics. “It will allow us to showcase two very exciting things — the history and growth of Mount Mercy University and the work that went into developing our home cross country course.”

The state of Iowa is no stranger to hosting NAIA national championships. Iowa has been home to 41 national championships since 1967 when Davenport (Iowa) hosted the men’s golf event. Sioux City has seen its fair share of championship events, hosting 32 NAIA national championships ranging from Division II women’s basketball (19 years), volleyball (nine years), wrestling (two years) and softball (two years). Cedar Rapids has also held two events in 1984 and 1985 when Division I Women’s Basketball called it home.

“We expect this event will showcase a great new cross country course. Mount Mercy University and the Cedar Rapids community will roll out the red carpet for NAIA athletes and fans,” said Aaron McCreight, GO Cedar Rapids President and CEO. “We also expect that after experiencing this championship in Cedar Rapids, the participants and fans will want to come back again and again.”

The Seminole Valley Cross Country Course will provide the runners with natural park-like settings, mowed fields and wetland areas. The course has multiple loops and a layout that serves four, five, six and 8K races for high school and collegiate level events. Seminole Valley has also been home to Iowa’s state-qualifying meet for Class 1A and Class 4A high schools.

The Cascade Collegiate Conference, located in the upper northwest of the United States, was formed in 1978 and has evolved into one of the NAIA’s most formidable leagues. The conference has 11 full-member schools, as well as five associate member schools and offers six men’s sports and seven women’s sports. As the host entity, the Cascade Collegiate Conference will receive one men’s and women’s automatic berth to the championship field in 2017 and 2019.

The state of Washington has previously welcomed a NAIA national championship event 20 times in association history with the first championship held in 1977 when the cities of Seattle and Cheney, Wash., hosted the football and wrestling events. The most recent event came in 2012 when the men’s & women’s cross country national championships were held in Vancouver. Six of Washington’s cities have had the opportunity to hold a championship event.

The Fort Vancouver National Historic Championship Course has a long-standing history of hosting cross country events dating back to 2001, where the USA Men’s and Women’s National Championships/World Cross Country Trails was ran. The rolling, European-style course consists of two kilometer loops that is ran on grass. The course will bring sections of flat, uphill and downhill challenges to each runner.

The NAIA has sponsored Men’s & Women’s Cross Country since the 1956-57 academic year, with the inaugural championship taking place in Omaha, Neb. Former NAIA member South Dakota State men’s team took home the coveted prize over runner-up, former member Fort Hays State (Kan.). The women’s championship event started in 1980 in Salina, Kan. Former member Wisconsin-Parkside ran away with the trophy, beating former member Emporia State (Kan.).

Since 1937, the NAIA has administered programs and championships in proper balance with the overall educational experience. In 2000, the NAIA reaffirmed its purpose to enhance the character-building aspects of sport. Through the Champions of Character program, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through five core values: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership.

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Will Norris Leads Red Raiders to 6th Place at Natties!

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Will Norris-Spirit Lake-NW Christian
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Will Norris finished third at the NAIA Men’s Cross Country National Championship held today at the North Farms Cross Country course in Elsah, Ill.

Norris ran a personal best and broke his own school record for the fourth straight race with an 8K time of 24:29. He finished third among the 331 runners, the best ever finish by a Northwestern men’s runner and matching the best finish of any NWC runner (Olivia Johnson-3rd in 2007). Norris was 40 seconds in back of the individual champion, Jackson Thomas (Bacone) 23:50 and 32 seconds in back of second place Geoffrey Kipchumba (William Carey). Norris earned All-American honors by finishing in the top 30 overall.

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Northwestern placed sixth out of 37 teams in the men’s race, the best ever finish by a Red Raider team at the NAIA Championship (the women’s team placed 10th in 2007). Prior to today’s championship, the top finish by the Red Raider men was 21st in 2014.

The Red Raider men totaled 306 points, 47 points in back of fifth place The Master’s (261). Southern Oregon ran away with the team championship with 122 points, followed by St. Francis (Ill.) with 148 and British Columbia with 152.

Peter Smith was the second Northwestern finisher, placing 66th with a time of 25:47. Tanner Goetsch crossed the finish line in 95th place with a time of 25:58, followed closely by Tim Rose in 100th place and a time of 26:00. Ryan Bauermeister (137-26:16), Hans Epp (208th-26:44) and Peter Hollinger (236th-27:00) round out the NWC runners.

Katie Bosch finished her outstanding season by placing 61st in the women’s 5K race, the best finish by a Northwestern women’s runner since Charity Miles in 2009 (55th). Bosch clocked a time of 18:2, four seconds shy of her personal best from the GPAC Championship two weeks ago at Hastings.

Morning side Women
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Mustang Women Win First Conference Title

Michelle Mumm-Neola-Morningside ©Kevin Pottebaum

Michelle Mumm-Neola-Morningside
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Morningside’s women’s cross country team captured its first-ever Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) championship at Saturday’s 2016 GPAC Cross Country Championships in Hastings, Neb.

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The Mustangs, ranked 20th nationally in the latest NAIA Women’s Cross Country Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, unseated No. 19 Dordt for the conference title, ending the Defenders’ four-year run as conference champions. Morningside finished with 56 points to win the title by a three-point margin over runner-up Dordt.

The GPAC championship earned Morningside an automatic entry into the 2016 NAIA Cross Country National Championships to be held Nov. 19 at North Farm Cross Country Course in Elsah, Ill. The Mustangs will make their second straight appearance in the national meet and their fourth overall.

Morningside’s Alec DeVries, a junior from Merrill, Iowa, is also headed to the NAIA Cross Country National Championships after he received an at-large berth as an individual.

Morningside was third in the men’s race with 80 points to finish behind Northwestern (34) and Dordt.

Michelle Mumm, a junior from Neola, Iowa, was the Mustangs’ fastest finisher for the first time this season with a time of 17:50.53 over the 5K course to finish as the GPAC individual runner-up behind individual champion Marissa DeWispelare of Doane, who won the race in 17:38.40.

Tiffany Shepherd, a senior from Corning, Iowa, finished right behind Mumm with the third place time of 17:54.96 and the Mustangs’ Morgan Applegarth, a sophomore from Lincoln, Neb., just missed the top 10 with the 12th place time of 18:32.83.

The Mustangs’ other two counters were Payton Boer, a sophomore from Sioux Center, Iowa, who finished 16th with a time of 18:40.78, and Natalie Lambert, a freshman from Paton, Iowa, who finished 23rd with a time of 18:56.62.

DeVries led the Morningside men with a fourth place time of 25:32.33 over the 8K course.

The Mustangs had three other runners finish in the top 20. Sean Skillern, a senior from Shenandoah, Iowa, was 15th with a time of 26:05.58; Jason Kenny, a junior from Schaller, Iowa, was 18th with a time of 26:14.53; and Drew Schiltz, a senior from Hinton, Iowa, was 20th with a time of 26:19.34.

The GPAC team and individual champions earned automatic berths in the 2016 NAIA Cross Country National Championships. The NAIA will release a list of the additional team and individual qualifiers on Monday, Nov. 7.

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Vikings’ Jeppson Headed to Nats

Rhett Gainey-Monroe-Grand View ©Doug Wells

Rhett Gainey-Monroe-Grand View
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The Grand View men’s and women’s cross country teams participated in the Heart of America Conference Championships Saturday held at Swope Park in Kansas City, Mo.

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The men’s team placed ninth out of 13 teams with senior Rhett Gainey (Monroe, Iowa) leading the pack with a 15th place finish and receiving Heart All-Conference Honorable Mention honors. Junior Ben Bourland (Des Moines, Iowa) made an impressive jump in the Vikings line up as he finished third on the team for the Vikings improving his personal best time by over a minute as he finished in a time of 29:27.

The Viking women finished eighth out of 14 teams and were led by freshman Maren Jeppson (Mount Vernon, Iowa) who finished 9th overall and earned Heart All-Conference Honors. Jeppson was the third individual national qualifier for the Heart and will compete at the NAIA National Championships on November 19 in Elsah, Ill. Jeppson’s time of 18:42 is the second fastest time in Grand View history. Also posting 5k personal records for the Vikings were junior Michelle Thayer (Runnells, Iowa), freshman Sarah McMurtry (Strawberry Point, Iowa) and freshman Michaela Barretta (Indianola, Iowa).

Jeppson was the third individual national qualifier for the Heart as she ran a time of 18:42. Her time is the second fastest time in Grand View history in a 5k race.

The  NAIA National Championships will be held on November 19 in Elsah, Ill. at the North Farm cross country course.

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Vikings Set Personal Bests at the Fighting Bee Invite

 

Rhett Gainey-Monroe-Grand View ©Doug Wells

Rhett Gainey-Monroe-Grand View
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The Grand View men’s and women’s cross country teams participated in the St. Ambrose Fighting Bee Invite over the weekend and both teams finished eighth out of 13 teams.

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On the women’s side, junior Michelle Thayer (Runnells, Iowa), freshman duo Michaela Barretta (Indianola, Iowa), and Sarah McMurtry (Strawberry Point, Iowa) all ran season’s best times for a 5k course.

In the men’s race, senior Rhett Gainey (Monroe, Iowa) had a standout day as he finished 11th out of 132 finishers and ran a lifetime personal record of 26:55. Gainey’s time is also the fifth fastest time in Grand View school history for an 8k course. Senior Chris DeJoode (Des Moines, Iowa) and junior Evan Rix (Nevada, Iowa) also ran lifetime personal records and landed on Grand View’s top 25 all-time list at #17 and #22, respectively. In addition to Gainey, DeJoode, and Rix, five other Vikings ran their all-time best at the invite including junior Duoth Tut (Urbandale, Iowa), freshman Joshua Morrow (Marshalltown, Iowa), freshman Colton Galusha (Clinton, Iowa), freshman Ryan Moshinsky (Batavia, Ill.) and sophomore Taylor Murray (Clinton, Iowa).

The Vikings next competition is Friday (Oct 14) as they travel to Dubuque, Iowa for the Loras College Invitational.

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Iowa NAIA and Jr College All Americans

Taylor Wells-DM Roosevelt-Grand View ©Doug Wells

Taylor Wells-DM Roosevelt-Grand View
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More Iowans and Iowa connections are 2016 Track and Field All Americans. (Iowans in Bold)

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NAIA Men

200M

  • 6) Michael Ohioze-St. Ambrose

400M

  • 2) Robert Iron Shell-(Le Mars)-Briar Cliff
  • 4) Ohioze
  • 7) Jim Warren-St. Ambrose

800M

  • 6) Sam Wensink-Dordt

5K Racewalk

  • Anthony Peters-St. Ambrose

400H

  • 4) Rusty Muncy-Briar Cliff

4×400

  • 5) St. Ambrose-Ferris, Kuntz (Solon), Ohioze, Warren
  • 6) Briar Cliff-Muncy, Mossberg (Hinton), Iron Shell (Le Mars), Roden (West Harrison)

4×800

  • 3) Northwestern (Iowa)-Weitgenant, Johnson, Hollinger (Algona), Rose (South Hardin)
  • 4) Briar Cliff-Heinrichs (Estherville), Jackson, Thelen (SC Heelan), Schleis
  • 6) Morningside– Green, Schiltz (Hinton), Willey (West Monona), Hiser (Shenendoah)

High Jump

  • 5) Jacob Moats-(Knoxville)-Dordt

Pole Vault

  • 8) Paul Hill-Graceland

Long Jump

  • Tirrell Brooks-Graceland

Discus

  • 2) Derek Seddon-(Knoxville)-William Penn

Javelin

  • 5) Adam Drieling-Briar Cliff

 

NAIA Women

100M

  • 6) Bri’anna Branch-Mt. Mercy

400M

  • 8) Molly Jo Smith-St. Ambrose

5K Racewailk

  • 3) Jenny Lopez-St. Ambrose
  • 5) Cassandra Delgado-St. Ambrose

400H

  • 4) Smith

4×800

  • 3) Dordt- Byl (Sioux Center), Lewis, Slater, Van Zee
  • 6) Morningside-Hall (Woodbine), Mumm (Tri-Center), Shepherd (Corning), Applegarth
  • 8) Northwestern-Bosch (Ankeny), Muhlenburg (MOC Floyd Valley), DeJong (Unity Christian), Landhuis (MOC Floyd Valley)

Triple Jump

  • 4) Tascha Donnelly-Briar Cliff

Discus

  • Taylor Wells (DM Roosevelt)-Grand View

 

Junior College Men-Iowa Central 2nd and Iowa Central 6th

400M

  • 5) Josh Willingham-Iowa Western

 

1500M

  • 6) Oscar Carmona-Iowa Central
  • 7) Omer Almog-Iowa Central

5,000M

  • 2) Sylvester Barus-Iowa Western
  • 6) Cody Baele-Iowa Central
  • 7) Karim Achengi-Iowa Central

110HH

  • 6) Sydne Davis (DM Roosevelt-Iowa Central
  • 8) Kion Joseph-Iowa Central

4×100

  • 7) Iowa Western

4×400

  • 3) Iowa Western

High Jump

  • 3) Jah-Nhai Perinchief-Iowa Central

Discus

  • Brian Williams-Iowa Central
  • Jamal Whittaker-Iowa Central
  • Jacob Barents (Council Bluffs, Lewis Central)-Iowa Western

 

Junior College Women-Iowa Central 2nd and Iowa Western 8th.

100M

  • Eboni Coby-Iowa Central
  • 4) Danielle Riggins-Iowa Central

200M

  • 4) Riggins
  • 7) Coby

 

400M

  • 8) Taffoya Shirley-Iowa Western

800M

3) Faheemah Scraders-Iowa Central

1500M

  • 3) Leanne Pompeani-Iowa Central
  • 4) Scraders

5,000M

  • Pompeani
  • 8) Tangy Wiseman (Algona)-Iowa Central

100H

  • Riggins

400H

  • 4) Mesha Newbold-Iowa Central

4×400

  • 4) Iowa Western

High Jump

  • 5) Annastacia Forrester-Iowa Central
  • 7) Shatia Hubbard-Iowa Central

Discus

  • Janeh Stewart-Iowa Central
  • 4)Kahoa Mikaele-Iowa Western
  • 5) Alexia Stein-Iowa Central
  • 7) Patria Vaimaona-Iowa Western