Women's Outdoor Track & Field - Mon, May 25, 2009
Three Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference tracksters placed in the top six in individual events at the 2009 NAIA Women's Outdoor Track & Field National Championships while one relay team earned All-America honors by placing fifth.

Nicki Erler of Cornerstone University placed sixth in the marathon with a time of 3:17:05.00 to earn All-America honors while team mate Katie Malinowski was sixth (16:10.18) in the 3,000-Meter Racewalk to earn the same honor.

Dina Petridis of Indiana Institute of Technology was third in the Pole Vault with a vault of 6.53 meters (11-11.75).

The 4x100-Meter Relay team from Aquinas College places 5th with a time of 47.11. Running for the Saints were Nicole Parker, Joordn Hall, Samantha DeStefano and Allison Strouse.

The top six finishers in each individual event and each of the four runners in the top six relay events earn All-America honors.

Other finishers included:
Discus - Jessica Stasa, Siena Heights, 11th, 3.50 meters (11-05.75)
Heptathlon - Amy Boyer, Cornerstone, 14th, 4090 points
High Jump - Sierra Brown, Siena Heights, 11th, 1.60 meters (5-03)
400-Meter Dash - Renyae Owsley, Indiana Tech, 7th 55.18
1,500-Meter Run - Andi Owens, Cornerstone, 7th, 4:39.85
10,000-Meter Run - Emily Popman, Cornerstone, 16th, 38:45.07
10,000-Meter Run - Katy Cramer, Aquinas, 19th, 39:12.61
4x400-Meter Relay - Indiana Tech, 7th, 3:51.36 (Owsley, Tiffany Aikin, Arielle Anderson, Preosha Graham-Coats)


 
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