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Kretlow, Adamson sharp for Women's T&F

Kretlow, Adamson sharp for Women's T&F

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Hamline Meet results

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Whittier April 5 results

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Pomona-Pitzer results

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St. Thomas Track and Field had several good early-season performances on Friday and Saturday with athletes at two California competitions and one Twin Cities meet.

At Saturday's Pomona-Pitzer Invite, junior Steph Kretlow placed sixth in the long jump in 18-6 -- a mark that ranks seventh best in Division III; and Mallory Adamson clocked 61.61 in the 400 hurdles -- a time that ranks sixth in Division III. Both lead the MIAC.

At Friday's Whittier Invite, Grace Bordson cleared 5-5 in the high jump, a mark that ranks ninth nationally and second in the conference.

Other top-75 Division III times and marks recorded included:

  • Claire Chell in the 100 dash (12.63, 73rd in D-III, 1st MIAC); 200 dash (25.93, 68th, 2nd MIAC); and 100 hurdles (16.51, 5th MIAC);
  • Sara Ness in the steeplechase (11:48.52), 45th, 2nd MIAC);
  • Carly Scheuerman in the 800 (2:19.15), 60th, 4th MIAC);
  • Kendall Novak in the pole vault (11-1, 54th);
  • Martha Hubbell in the 5,000 (18:12.04, 64th). 

Early in the season, the Tommies have 24 performances ranked in the top six of the MIAC. That list includes the above athletes plus these others who competed last weekend:

 

 

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