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Women's track and field heads to two venues

Women's track and field heads to two venues

The women's track and field team competed over the weekend in two locations.  Several women performed admirably.

Lia Kruse posted a time of 4:54 in the 1500 for a four second lifetime best.

Sheridan Noll was third in the 1500 at Monmouth in a time of 5:19.72.

Jayda Fowler posted a time of 1:09.70 in the 400 at Monmouth for a fifth place showing.

Taylor Tucker had a pair of top finishes in her sprints.  She was third in the 100 at Monmouth with a time of 12.72 seconds. In the 200, her time of 26.39 was sixth.

Savannah Maloney provided a third place mark of 11.66 meters in the shot put.

Marideth Tate was fourth in the hammer throw with a distance of 42.72 meters.

The Panthers will compete in the NCCAA national outdoor championships on Thursday and Friday at Grace College.