Hamline Elite Meet - 1- COMPLETE RESULTS (Raw)
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Hamline 72 edged St. Olaf 69 for sixth, Bethel 60 came in eighth. Macalester 30 was three points better than both Augsburg 27 and St. Catherine 27 and Saint Mary's 5. The defending-champion Tommies are led by star Taylor Berg, who is racking up honors during her senior season. Berg was honored as the top cross country and indoor track athlete this year, and will try to add outdoor honors.
The All-American is currently ranked first in the nation in the 5,meter run and fifth in the 1, Jensen's repeat win the heptathlon last weekend got the Cobbers off to another great start at the MIAC outdoor meet.
Concordia is loaded in the field events with throwers Hilary Birchem and Cherae Reeves and jumpers Chelsea Klemetson and Hilary Thompson all primed for big performances.Locals shine at Hamline Elite Meet
Gustavus is also hoping to continue a great year after winning the MIAC cross country title in the fall. Distance runner Beth Hauer, pole vault specialist Allyson Voss and jumper Lauren Rotschiller all bolster the Gustie hopes of another great performance.
Saint Benedict also has a talented, balanced lineup ready to run. Amelia Campbell finished third in the heptathlon last weekend to get the Knights off to a great start. The Oles will try to improve on their seventh-place finish a year ago under the direction of Indoor Coach-of-the-Year Andrea Gelle.
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Olaf into the MIAC meet. Macalester will be led by nationally-ranked jumper Kate Rochat, and Rachel Gunsalus and Irene Gibson give the Scots plenty of talent on the track. The Auggies have Carney - who has a decorated MIAC career in the sprinting events - back to lead their team into the championships. Catherine has talent in the throwing events, with Faith Berg in the discus and shot and Stephanie Meschke in the javelin.
The full event will begin Friday at St. Thomas with field events beginning at 3 p. Saturday's action will start with the National Anthem at The Day 2 field events start at 12 p. Thomas scored a total of The Tommies and Knights were the only teams to crack a year ago, with this year's host, St.
Bethel came in fourth with 85 points and Saint Benedict Gustavus, Macalester and Concordia were all neck-and-neck in the next three spots, with the Gusties finishing seventh The Tommies have reloaded in their attempt to win their 14th-straight conference crown, starting with several nationally-ranked relays, including the No. Carleton said goodbye to longtime star Childs-Walker, but reloads with defending 1,meter run champion Hailey Johnson and talented distance teammates Colette Celichowski and Sarah Trautman.
The host Oles will be led by super sophomore Larson, who won a pair of indoor All-American honors in her first season. Olaf a talented, balanced core. Bethel brings back a huge crop of talented juniors, starting with sprinters Ashley Magelssen and Courtney Fregeau.
Steph Skoog is the top-ranked high jumper in the central region and Rachel Kalk will contribute in the hurdle and jump events as well. Saint Benedict will be counting on big things from versatile, multi-event junior Mandy Witschen, with thrower Sam Imholte and sprinter Erin Sand adding to the Blazers' anticipation in Hamline has a boatload of excitement for the throwing events, where teammates Shawny Kramer and Becky Culp are among the league's best, and distance runner Maria Theisen also excels for the Pipers.
Macalester's Irene Gibson is back to defend her title in the meter run, while sophomore Stephanie Goei is the Scots' weight throw record holder, and Kate Rochat will contribute in the jumping events.
Senior Kaari Jensen is expected to contend in the multi-event competition and jumper Hilary Thopmson adds to Concordia's depth. Catherine has high hopes for freshman sprinter and hurdler Brittany Moore, with junior pole vaulter Haley Tsuji also looking to contend.