The women's track and field program was represented by heptathlete Cayden Sharp in the NCAA Division III national meet on day one of the three-day championships. After the first four competitions, Sharp ranks 12th with 2686 points in a field of 19 competitors. She is the first heptathlete in Greenville's history to qualify for the NCAA Division III nationals and entered the event seeded 17th. She will also participate tomorrow.
The women’s track and field team had three members - Cayden Sharp, Tawny Rodriguez, and Olivia Mansfield - participate at the Gregory NCAA qualifier at North Central on Wednesday and Thursday. Sharp distinguished herself with wins in the heptathlon and triple jump.
The women's track and field team secured the sixth place finish in a field of 18 teams at the NCCAA national championships that concluded on Friday. The Panthers combined to earn five All-American accolades. The Panthers combined to earn five All-American accolades. Cayden Sharp was the field athlete of the meet, and she had a part in collecting 37 of Greenville's 65 points.
The women's track and field team participated in the Indiana State meet on Friday with their eyes on creating marks to qualify for next week's NCCAA national championships in Greenville. Hannah Williams provided a time of 5:08.34 to end with the seventh place finish in the 1500 meter run.
The women's track and field team returned to the top of the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after a two year absence when they finished on top for the 2021 championship. Greenville cruised to an 84 point victory, compiling 263 points during this weekend's event.
For the second straight year, it was Cayden Sharp carrying home the most hardware of any athlete at the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships. Once again Sharp won five gold medals but this year that was enough to push the Panthers to the SLIAC Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship.
The women's indoor track and field team earned 41 points at Illinois College on Saturday, taking second place in a group of four competing teams. Cayden Sharp finished with three wins for Greenville, and Hannah Williams gained one first place award.
The women's track and field team returned to action at an indoor meet at Principia on Friday. Cayden Sharp provided top marks in the meet in the 60 meter dash and long jump, while teammate Mary Ashlyn Paisley earned five points as the event's only competitor in the triple jump.
The women's track and field team sent a small contingent to Principia on Saturday to participate in their season-opening indoor meet. The event was a smaller event that allowed the team to experience current safety protocols in a competition environment.