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Indoor Track & Field Nationals Take Place This Weekend

Indoor Track & Field Nationals Take Place This Weekend

MARQUETTE, Mich. – Northern Michigan University Indoor Track & Field will send two individuals and a relay to the NCAA Division II Indoor National Championships. The meet begins Friday, March 8 and continues through Saturday, March 9 in Pittsburgh, Kansas.

WEEKLY NOTES

  FOLLOW ALONG

Fans can follow the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field National Championships using a live stream and following live results.

Live Stream:
Friday: https://www.ncaa.com/event/trackfield-indoor-women/d2/2019/03/08/men-s---women-s-indoor-track---field-championship--day-one
Saturday: https://www.ncaa.com/event/trackfield-indoor-women/d2/2019/03/09/men-s---women-s-indoor-track---field-championship--day-two
Live Results: https://results.leonetiming.com/?mid=1581

  THE RELAY

The team's 4x400 Meter Relay team of junior Sydney McPeters (Sugarland, Texas), and seniors Paige Dutcher Williamston, Mich.), Lynsey Collins (Escanaba, Mich.) and Shayla Huebner (Marquette, Mich) will attend the meet after earning All-Region honors. The team broke a school record with a time of 3:46.47 at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships.

  GOING FOR A RUN

Huebner also made the meet in the 800 Meter Run. The senior broke a school record and is ranked fifth in the region with a posted time of 2:10.17 in a second-place finish at the GLIAC Championships.  This is the second-straight year she has qualified for the Indoor Nationals.

  TAKE A LEAP

Senior Michelle Juergen (Gau-Odernheim, Germany) makes her first appearance at the national meet after she qualified with a season-best leap of 5 feet 7.25 inches at the Titan Challenge at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh on Saturday, February 16. Juergen finished second in the high jump at the GLIAC Championships.

  THE SCHEDULE

The weekend begins Friday for the Wildcats with Huebner competing in s preliminary race of the 800. Juergen and the 4x400 will then compete on Saturday in the finals, as will Huebner if she advances to Saturday's final.