Collegiate Track & Field Weekend Review: February 14, 2011; Kynard With Huge Jump

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

February 14, 2011   

SOPHOMORE KYNARD WITH BIG JUMP

The weekend’s most-historically significant performance came from Kansas State sophomore Erik Kynard. For his fourth win of the season in the men’s high jump, Kynard took the Tyson Invitational with a collegiate-leading clearance of 7-7¾ (2.33m). Only two other collegians all-time have jumped higher in the indoor season – Hollis Conway, UL-Lafayette, 2.37m, 7-9¼, 1989 and Brian Brown, Northwestern Louisiana, 2.34m, 7-8, 1990.

In the competition, Kynard would clear eight heights, seven of which on first attempts, including 7-5¼, 7-6½, and 7-7¾. Kynard stopped jumping after he cleared 7-7¾ — not advancing to the next height. Indiana’s Derek Drouin, who came into the competition with ten straight wins in the event would clear a season-best 7-5¼ (2.27m) on his first attempt, but couldn’t keep up with Kynard when the bar went to 7-6½. Mississippi sophomore Ricky Robertson, who finished third, also cleared an impressive season-best of 7-5¼ (2.27m) on his first attempt.

THE WEEKEND TO GO THE DISTANCE

Both literally and figuratively, the second weekend of February becomes a pilgrimage for some teams to “go the distance” and take attempts at securing NCAA-qualifying marks in distance events.

BYU’s Miles Batty clocked 3:55.79 in the mile at the Flotrack Husky Classic to become the new collegiate leader in the event. Batty trailed only professional Chris Solinsky for the race title. Overall, four more collegians would go sub-four in the race, including Florida newcomer  Dumisane Hlaselo (3:56.84), Matthew Gibney of Villanova (3:58.12), and Duncan Phillips of Arkansas (3:58.82).

Tulsa’s Chris O’Hare won the Tyson Invitational mile in 3:56.48 and was closely trailed by Oklahoma Christian’s Silas Kisorio (3:56.64) out of the NAIA. In addition, four more collegians went sub-four at Boston University’s Valentine Invitational including Binghamton’s Erik van Ingen (3:57.11), Riley Masters of Maine (3:58.17), freshman Rich Peters of Boston U. (3:58.26), and Julian Matthews of Providence (3:58.87).

Overall, the count of collegians that have went sub-four in the mile so far in 2011 stands at 17.

Matthew Centrowitz (7:50.59) of Oregon was the top  collegian in the men’s 3000 this weekend at the Husky Classic – his time stands two seconds off the collegiate-leading time of 7:48.35 set by Indiana’s Andrew Bayer a month ago. Stanford’s Elliot Heath took over the collegiate lead in the 5000 meters with a near three-second win in 13:37.77 at the Husky.

New collegiate leaders were also set in the women’s mile, 3000 meters, and 5000 meters this weekend. At the Husky Classic, Oregon’s Jordan Hasay clocked 4:34.75 as the top collegian in the women’s mile. Also at the Husky, Tennessee’s Jackie Areson drew nearly a five-second victory in the women’s 5000 over Oregon’s Alex Kosinski with a 15:39.81 NCAA leader. Stony Brook’s Lucy Van Dalen didn’t need an oversized track to run 8:56.77 for the collegiate lead in the women’s 3000. The junior won the Valentine Invite at Boston U., by nearly 18 seconds.

ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END

Some of the longest active collegiate winning streaks fell by the wayside this weekend.

The aforementioned Drouin lost his first collegiate high jump competition in 11 tries on Saturday to Kynard. The winning streak spanned just one day short of a calendar year as Drouin took sixth at the 2010 Tyson Invitational, marking his previous loss preceding the streak.

Washington’s Scott Roth snapped a seven-competition indoor collegiate winning streak in the pole vault this weekend. The 2010 NCAA Indoor Champion no-heighted this weekend at his home meet after opening competition at 17-5¼ (5.31m).

Florida’s Christian Taylor had a six-meet overall winning streak in the triple jump. Teammate Will Claye topped Taylor at the Tyson Invitational by 10 inches in claiming a collegiate-leading mark of 55-10¼ (17.02m).

STREAK MILESTONES

One streak just turned to the number 10. Georgia’s Torrin Lawrence has now won 10 straight races – indoors – in the men’s 400 meters. Lawrence was the overall winner of the Tyson Invitational 400 this past weekend with a season-best time of 45.82. The prior weekend, at the Virginia Tech Elite meet, Lawrence was second overall versus times in the 400, but won his section. So, in 10 indoor tries, Lawrence has been the first to the finish line. The SEC Indoor Championships should make for some interesting headlines as Lawrence could be matched with Alabama sophomore Kirani James, the collegiate leader in the 400, and six-win outdoor streak holder.

INCHING CLOSER

Arkansas junior Tina Sutej, for the third weekend in a row, cleared a new collegiate-leading height in the women’s pole vault. And, for the third-straight weekend, Sutej attempted and came close to clearing the collegiate-record height. This weekend at the Tyson Invitational, Sutej cleared 14-8 (4.47m) to win her fifth-straight competition. The previous weekend, Sutej cleared 14-7¼ (4.45m) at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational, and in the weekend prior to that one, she cleared 14-6 (4.42m) to win the Razorback Invitational.

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS BEGINNING

The first NCAA Division I conference champions of the indoor track & field season were crowned this weekend. Out of the Northeast Conference (NEC), Central Connecticut’s men (114) claimed a slim, five-point margin over Sacred Heart (109) for their first crown in the league’s history. The top four teams were separated by only 11½ points with Long Island (108) taking third and Monmouth (102½) fourth.

On the women’s side, Long Island topped Monmouth, 138-136, after finishing third in the final-event 4×400 relay to Monmouth’s second. It was Long Island’s first conference win since 2007.

This upcoming weekend will have seven conference championships in Division I including the America East, Atlantic 10, Atlantic Sun, Big East, Metro Atlantic (MAAC), MEAC, and Patriot League.

Week’s Best Marks

(week ending February 13, 2011)

MEN
55m Derek Bredy SO Minnesota State* 6.31
60m Mookie Salaam JR Oklahoma 6.54q CL
200m Maurice Mitchell JR Florida State 20.70
300m Jarrell Elliott JR North Carolina A&T 34.32
400m Torrin Lawrence JR Georgia 45.82
500m Michael Rutt SR Connecticut 1:03.62
600yd Michael Preble JR Texas A&M 1:08.50 CL
600m Charles Cox SR North Carolina 1:19.37
800m Elijah Greer SO Oregon 1:47.02 OT ac-AmL, ac-CL
1000m Alexis Torre-Santiago SR Army 2:25.04
Mile Miles Batty JR BYU 3:55.79 OT ac-CL
3000m Matthew Centrowitz JR Oregon 7:50.59 OT
5000m Elliott Heath JR Stanford 13:37.77 OT ac-CL
55mH Andre Townsend JR Hannibal-LaGrange~ 7.36
60mH Andrew Riley JR Illinois 7.69
4x400m South Plains # 3:05.14 WL
Anton Kokorin (47.22), Isaiah Gill (46.75), Bralon Taplin (46.64), Rondell Bartholomew (44.54)
Texas A&M 3:05.48 CL, 3x
Tran Howell (46.93), Demetrius Pinder (46.20), Tabarie Henry (46.10), Michael Preble (46.27)
4x800m Virginia 7:42.41
TJ Hobart, Andrew Mearns, Colin Mearns, Drew Paisley
DMR Indiana 9:30.78
Daniel Stockberger (2:54.3), Chris Vaughn (47.6), Joseph Holahan (1:51.2), Andrew Bayer (3:57.5)
HJ Erik Kynard SO Kansas State 2.33m 7-7¾ CL
PV Chris Little SR BYU 5.50m 18-½ A
LJ Zedric Thomas SR LSU 8.08m 26-6¼
TJ Will Claye JR Florida 17.02m 55-10¼ CL
SP Mason Finley SO Kansas 19.89m^ 65-3¼ A, 2x
WT Ben Bishop SR SIU Edwardsville 21.97m 72-1
PENT Ethan Miller Central (Iowa)** 3,876 D3L
HEPT Romain Martin FR UT Arlington 5,647
WOMEN
55m Kiara Henry JR Middle Tenn. St. 7.07q^
60m LaKya Brookins SR South Carolina 7.18 =CL, 3x
Jessica Young SR TCU 7.18q =CL
200m Kimberlyn Duncan SO LSU 23.01
300m Brianna Frazier FR North Florida 39.04
400m Shelise Williams SR Arkansas 52.47
500m Taylor Wheaton FR George Mason 1:14.45
600yd Kianna Elahi JR Iowa State 1:19.91 OT ac-CL
600m Amelia Bannister FR Michigan State 1:30.68 OT
800m Rebecca Addison SO Michigan 2:03.79 OT ac-CL
1000m Monica Adler FR Dartmouth 2:49.41
Mile Jordan Hasay SO Oregon 4:34.75 OT ac-CL
3000m Lucy Van Dalen JR Stony Brook 8:56.77 CL
5000m Jackie Areson SR Tennessee 15:39.81 OT ac-CL
55mH Rosina Amenebede JR Middle Tenn. St. 7.85
60mH Jackie Coward JR UCF 8.06 =CL
4×400 LSU 3:34.54
Rebecca Alexander (52.96), Latoya McDermott (53.92), Brittany Hall (54.97), Jonique Day (52.70)
4×800 Yale 8:49.68
Nihal Kayali, Annalies Gamble, Sarah Barry, Kate Grace
DMR Texas Tech 11:12.72
Purity Biwott (3:28.86), Kelsey Lloyd (54.78), Caroline Jepleting (2:07.93), Caroline Karunde (4:41.17)
HJ Brigetta Barrett SO Arizona 1.88m^ 6-2
PV Tina Sutej JR Arkansas 4.47m 14-8 CL, 3x
LJ Nina Kokot JR Kansas State 6.43m 21-1¼
TJ Kim Williams SR Florida State 13.86m 45-5¾ CL
SP Simone du Toit JR SMU 17.41m^ 57-1½
WT Jeneva McCall JR Southern Illinois 22.54m 73-11½
PENT Diana Dumitrescu JR Kent State 3,987

FRESH FACES: Week’s Best Marks from Freshmen

(week ending February 13, 2011)

MEN
55m Kenneth Gilstrap Middle Tenn. St. 6.37^
60m Prezel Hardy, Jr. Texas A&M 6.63^
200m Waymon Storey Georgia 21.13
300m Trip Foreman UNC-Wilmington 35.80
400m Brady Gehret Penn State 46.25 FRL
500m David Brown UMass Lowell* 1:04.49
600yd Gabriel El Hanbli Baylor 1:11.45 FRL
600m Ali Arastu Michigan 1:20.96 OT
800m Anthony Kostelac Virginia 1:49.47 FRL
1000m James Shirvell Yale 2:25.50
Mile Rich Peters Boston University 3:58.26 FRL
3000m Trevor Dunbar Portland 8:00.10 OT FRL
5000m Jared Ward BYU 14:04.28 OT FRL
55mH Ralph Watson Central Missouri* 7.79
60mH Eddie Lovett Florida 7.85 FRL, 2x
HJ DJ Smith Auburn 2.16m 7-1
PV Logan Pfilbsen New Mexico 5.22m 17-1½ A, FRL
LJ Raymond Higgs Arkansas 7.77m 25-6
TJ Mark Jackson Texas 15.98m 52-5¼ A, FRL
SP Stephen Saenz Auburn 19.51m 64-¼ FRL, 2x
WT Alec Faldermeyer UCLA 20.07m^ 65-10¼ 2x
PENT JB Tut St. Olaf** 3,075
HEPT Romain Martin UT Arlington 5,647 CWB, FRL
WOMEN
55m Amanda Alston Weber State 7.33
Brittny Campbell Truman State* 7.33
60m Dominique Booker UCF 7.24 FRL
200m Aurieyall Scott UCF 23.22^
300m Brianna Frazier North Florida 39.04 CWB
400m Briana Nelson Texas 53.21 A FRL
500m Taylor Wheaton George Mason 1:14.45
600yd Katie Hill Minnesota 1:22.94 OT
600m Amelia Bannister Michigan State 1:30.68 OT CWB
800m Laura Roesler Oregon 2:06.64
1000m Monica Adler Dartmouth 2:49.41 CWB
Mile Cory McGee Florida 4:36.53 OT FRL
3000m Jessica Tonn Stanford 9:20.10 OT
5000m Annie Keown Stony Brook 16:10.52 FRL
55mH Jamie Thompson Rowan** 8.40
60mH Jasmin Stowers LSU 8.24q^ 2x
HJ Shanay Briscoe Texas 1.82m 5-11½ =FRL
Hannah Willms Iowa State 1.82m 5-11½ =FRL
PV Sandi Morris North Carolina 4.22m 13-10 FRL, 2x
LJ Mara Griva Nebraska 6.26m^ 20-6½ 2x
TJ Mara Griva Nebraska 13.01m 42-8¼ FRL, 2x
SP Anna Jelmini Arizona State 16.68m 54-8¾ FRL
WT Ida Storm UCLA 19.93m 65-4¾ FRL
PENT Chari Hawkins Utah State 3,718

Active Collegiate Winning Streaks

(known winning streaks)

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MEN Individuals & Relays

ALL RACES

ALL ROUNDS

7: Mookie Salaam, Oklahoma (6, 60m; 1, 200m)

RECENTLY ENDED

8: Kind Butler, Indiana (5, 60m; 3, 200m)

5: Jeshua Anderson, Washington State (4 60mH; 1 400m, ended 2/11/11)

ALL ROUNDS + RELAYS

???

RECENTLY ENDED

9: Kind Butler, Indiana (loss 2/5/11, 60m)

6: Jeshua Anderson, Washington State (4 60mH; 1 400m, ended 2/11/11)

60m

ALL ROUNDS

8: Mookie Salaam, Oklahoma

RECENTLY ENDED

5: Kind Butler, Indiana (loss 2/5/11)

100m

FINALS

4: Jeff Demps, Florida (last loss: 5/17/09, SEC Championships [9th place])

200m

???

RECENTLY ENDED

4: Zye Boey, Eastern Illinois (ended, 2/12/11)

400m

INDOOR FINALS

???

RECENTLY ENDED

6: Torrin Lawrence, Georgia (last loss: 5/17/09, SEC Indoor Championships [DNF], ended: 2/5/11, 2nd overall, first in section two at the VT Elite meet)

INDOOR RACES

10: Torrin Lawrence, Georgia (last loss: 5/17/09, SEC Indoor Championships [DNF])

Win streak in races finished: (12) does not include DNF at 2009 SEC Indoor (has yet not lost a collegiate race in which he finished)

OUTDOOR RACES

6: Kirani James, Alabama

All competitions: (9) includes three rounds of the IAAF World Junior Championships

800m

INDOOR FINALS

3: Robby Andrews, Virginia

INDOOR RACES

5: Robby Andrews, Virginia

1500m

???

MILE

3: Miles Batty, BYU

(2/12 Husky Classic [first coll.], 1/22 New Mexico, 1/6 home meet]

3000m

???

RECENTLY ENDED

4: Sam Chelanga, Liberty (ended: 2/12/11, Husky)

5000m

???

10000m

???

60m HURDLES

FINALS

4: Andrew Riley, Illinois

3: Keiron Stewart, Texas

RECENTLY ENDED

3: Adams Abdulrazaaq, Virginia (ended: 2/5/11, VT Elite, second place to Miami’s Devon Hill)

RACES

5: Keiron Stewart, Texas

RECENTLY ENDED

6: Adams Abdulrazaaq, Virginia (ended: 2/4/11, VT Elite prelims, second place to Miami’s Devon Hill)

110m HURDLES

FINALS

5: Andrew Riley, Illinois (last loss: 6/13/09, 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships [5th place])

400m HURDLES

???

3000m STEEPLECHASE

FINALS

4: Matt Hughes, Louisville (last loss: 2010 NCAA Outdoor Championships [DNQ])

4x100m

???

4x400m

OVERALL

8: Texas A&M (last loss: 2010 Penn Relays)

OVERALL RACES (all rounds)

8: Texas A&M

INDOOR FINALS

8: Texas A&M (last loss: 2/13/10, second to Texas Tech)

CONFERENCE TITLES

OVERALL

14: Central Missouri, MIAA (last loss: outdoor, May 2003)

INDOOR

8: Central Missouri, MIAA (last loss: February 2002)

OUTDOOR

7: Central Missouri, MIAA (last loss: May 2003)

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

???

HIGH JUMP

OVERALL

4: Erik Kynard, Kansas State (last loss: 2010 NCAA Outdoor Championships, 6th place)

RECENTLY ENDED

10: Derek Drouin, Indiana (last loss: 2/13/10, Tyson Invitational, 6th place)

(ended: 2/12/11, Tyson Invite, 2nd with SB 7-5¼ (2.27m) to Kansas State’s Erik Kynard (2.33m, 7-7¾)

All competitions: (12) includes wins in summer 2010 (including Canadian national championships)

OUTDOOR

6: Derek Drouin, Indiana

(last loss: 6/10/09, DNQ at NCAA Outdoor Championships [15th place])

All competitions: (10) includes wins in summer 2010 (including Canadian national championship) and summer 2009 (Pan-Am Championships, Canadian National Junior Championships)

POLE VAULT

INDOOR

???

RECENTLY ENDED

7: Scott Roth, Washington

(last collegiate loss: 3/14/08, NCAA Indoor Championships [10th place])

(ended: 2/12/11, NH at Husky Classic)

All competitions: (8) won two meets in 2009 while redshirting (last loss: 1/31/09, UW Invitational)

LONG JUMP

5: Marquise Goodwin, Texas (3-0 in 2011, last loss: 5/1/10, Texas Invite [3rd place])

5: Eetu Viitala, Boise State (undefeated in 2011)

3: Justin Hunter, Tennessee (undefeated as a collegian)

TRIPLE JUMP

OVERALL

4: Chrys Jones, Centre (last loss: 3/20/10 Rhodes Open)

Jones has won 12 of the last 13 competitions, beginning with the 2009 indoor season

RECENTLY ENDED

6: Christian Taylor, Florida (last collegiate loss: 6/13/09, NCAA Championships [3rd place])

(ended: 2/12/11, Tyson Invite, lost to Florida’s Will Claye)

Taylor was second at the USATF Championships in 2010

INDOOR

6: Chrys Jones, Centre (last loss: 2008 NCAA Indoor Championships)

RECENLY ENDED

6: Christian Taylor, Florida (lass loss: 2/14/09, Tyson Invitational [5th place])

(ended: 2/12/11, Tyson Invite, lost to Florida’s Will Claye)

OUTDOOR

4: Chrys Jones, Centre (last loss: 3/20/10 Rhodes Open)

2: Christian Taylor, Florida

SHOT PUT

INDOOR

5: Luke Pinkelman, Nebraska (undefeated in 2011)

RECENTLY ENDED

8: Kurt Roberts, Ashland  (last loss: 2/13/10, Akron Invitational … ended: 2/11/11, Akron Invite, 3rd place to two in Division I)

7: Vincent Elardo, Monmouth (last loss: 3/6/10, IC4A Indoor … ended: 2/5/11, NB Coll Inv, 5th place)

4: Bill Hardcastle, Purdue (ended: 2/12/11, GVSU Big Meet)

DISCUS

???

WEIGHT THROW

8: Walter Henning, LSU (last loss: 3/14/09, NCAA Indoor Championships [4th place])

HAMMER THROW

6: Walter Henning, LSU

(last loss: 6/12/09, NCAA Outdoor Championships [2nd place to Marcel Lomnický)

JAVELIN

FINALS

4: Craig Kinsley, Brown (last loss: 6/12/09, NCAA Championships [3rd place])

WOMEN Individuals & Relays

ALL RACES/COMPETITIONS

ALL ROUNDS

6: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (1 Mile; 2 3000m; 3 5000m)

6: Jessica Beard, Texas A&M (4 400m; 2 200m)

4: Shelise Williams, Arkansas (3, 400m; 1, 500m)

4: Jackie Areson, Tennessee (1, Mile; 2, 3000m; 1, 5000m)

ALL ROUNDS + RELAYS

7: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (1 Mile; 2 3000m; 3 5000m; 1 DMR)

7: Jessica Beard, Texas A&M (4 400m; 2 200m; 1 4x400m)

60m

INDOOR FINALS

4: Stormy Kendrick, Clemson (undefeated in finals in 2011)

INDOOR RACES

9: Stormy Kendrick, Clemson (undefeated in 2011)

7: LaKya Brookins, South Carolina (10-1 versus collegians in 2011)

100m

???

200m

INDOOR FINALS

3: Jessica Beard, Texas A&M (undefeated in 2011)

INDOOR RACES

3: Jessica Beard, Texas A&M (undefeated in 2011)

RECENTLY ENDED

4: Sheniqua Ferguson, Auburn (last loss: 2/13/10, Tyson Invite [3rd place in heat/7th overall] … ended: 2/5/11, second to Auburn’s Nivea Smith at GaREAT Coll Inv)

400m

INDOOR FINALS

3: Jessica Beard, Texas A&M (undefeated in 2011)

INDOOR RACES

4: Jessica Beard, Texas A&M (undefeated in 2011)

800m

3: Rebecca Addison, Michigan (undefeated in 2011)

1500m

???

Mile

4: Kate Grace, Yale

3000m

OVERALL

9: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (has not lost as a collegian)

INDOOR

5: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (has not lost as a collegian)

OUTDOOR

4: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (has not lost as a collegian)

5000m

3: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (includes two wins outdoors in 2010)

60m HURDLES

FINALS

7: Indira Spence, Adams State

ALL ROUNDS

13: Indira Spence, Adams State

5: Jackie Coward, UCF

4: Nia Ali, USC (undefeated in 2011, won two finals)\

100m HURDLES

ALL ROUNDS

4: Gabby Mayo, Texas A&M

400m HURDLES

???

3000m STEEPLECHASE

???

4×100

OUTDOOR FINALS

21: Texas A&M (last loss 2007 Penn Relays to LSU)

POST-SEASON FINALS (Conference, Regional, National Championships)

11: Texas A&M

HIGH JUMP

ALL FINALS

4: Amber Kaufman, Hawaii

4: Langley Iverson, Utah

3: Tynita Butts, East Carolina

3: Brigett Barrett, Arizona (undefeated in 2011)

RECENTLY ENDED

5: Priscilla Frederick, St. John’s (N.Y.) … ended 2/5/11, New Balance Coll Inv, fourth place

OUTDOOR

4: Amber Kaufman, Hawaii (last loss: 2009 NCAA Championships)

All performances: (5) includes NACAC Championship (7/10/10)

POLE VAULT

5: Tina Sutej, Arkansas (last loss: 2010 NCAA Outdoor Championships [2nd place])

LONG JUMP

3: Chantel Malone, Texas

RECENTLY ENDED

4: Ti’Anca Mock, Oklahoma (last loss: 1/7/11, Arkansas Invite)

(ended: 2/12/11, Tyson Invite)

TRIPLE JUMP

INDOOR

7: Kim Williams, Florida State

(last loss: 2008 NCAA Indoor Championships, 2nd place to Erica McLain)

SHOT PUT

5: Faith Sherrill, Indiana (last indoor loss: 2010 NCAA Indoor)

5: Christin Bridge, St. Francis (Pa.) (last indoor loss: 3/6/10, ECAC Indoor)

4: Khadija Abdullah, Louisville

DISCUS

???

HAMMER THROW

???

JAVELIN

???

WEIGHT THROW

7: Mele Vaisima, Boise State (last loss: 2/12/10, Boise Team Invite)

5: Amanda Phelps, Navy (last loss: 3/7/10, ECAC Indoor)

5: Mallory Barnes, Dayton (undefeated in 2011)

4: Victoria Flowers, Connecticut (undefeated in 2011)

Recently Ended

9: D’Ana McCarty, Louisville (1/16/10 to 1/22/11)

5: Felisha Johnson, Indiana State (3/5/10, Alex Wilson … ended: 2/12/11, GVSU Big Meet, loss to Jeneva McCall)

COMBINED EVENTS

9: Brianne Theisen, Oregon (last loss: 6/14/08, NCAA Outdoor Championships, 4th place)

PENTATHLON

3: Brianne Theisen, Oregon (last loss: 3/13/09, NCAA Indoor Championships, 3rd place)

HEPTATHLON

6: Brianne Theisen, Oregon (last loss: 6/14/08, NCAA Outdoor Championships, 4th place)

CROSS COUNTRY

INDIVIDUAL RACES

6: Neely Spence, Shippensburg (last loss: 11/21/09, NCAA D-II Championships)