2021 NJCAA DIII Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Rating Index – Week 5
NEW ORLEANS – There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in Week 5 of the NJCAA Division III Women’s Outdoor Track & Field National Rating Index, as released on Wednesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
NJCAA Division III — Women's Outdoor Track & Field
This Week's National Top Five
Mineral Area (Mo.)
Suffolk County (N.Y.) CC
Howard (Md.) CC
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College of DuPage held steady at No. 1 after adding or improving several national top-10 marks this past weekend. National Athlete of the Week Emily Fetzer bettered her national-leading mark in the 5000 to 19:34.97, while the 4×100 relay (51.68) and 4×400 relay (4:27.11) both earned top billing on the season chart, giving the Chaps all three relays at No. 1.
Second-ranked Mineral Area College helped its cause with three new or improved national top-10 marks. The Cardinals saw Jordyn Zoph move up to No. 3 in the discus at 24.51m (80-5), while Nani Brewington and Haley Hernandez are now No. 7 and No. 8 in the 800, respectively.
Suffolk County CC leapfrogged an idle Howard CC into the No. 3 spot (The Dragons fell to No. 4). The Sharks received four national top-10 marks this past weekend, headlined by Jiana Hall’s second-ranked 100-meter effort of 13.17 and the now second-ranked 4×800 relay at 11:37.68.
Harper College put 10 national top-10 marks on the Descending Order List this past weekend and jumped to No. 5. The Hawks were led by Maggie Hall, who is now ranked first in the hammer (31.11m/102-1), second in the shot put (9.68m/31-9¼) and fifth in the javelin (22.84m/74-11¼).
Here are the rest of the top-10 teams in Week 5: No. 6 Mohawk Valley CC, No. 7 Rowan-Gloucester CC, No. 8 St. Charles CC, No. 9 Finger Lakes CC and No. 10 Herkimer County CC.