2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
About The GNAC With members in five states and the province of Canada and with a strong presence in or near the largest city of each, the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has established itself as one of the top Division II athletic conferences in the NCAA during its 15-year history. Founded in July 2001, GNAC teams have had a remarkable 89 Division II top-10 national team finishes in 15 of the 16 sports that it sponsors. In 2016, the GNAC posted one of its best performances ever at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships. Nine individual athletes and five relay teams picked up All-American honors in 16 different events. The conference had two national runners-up: Seattle Pacific’s Lynelle Decker in the women’s 800 meters and Alaska Anchorage’s Joyce Chelimo in the women’s 5,000 meters. The 2016-17 season has already been an exciting one for the conference. Western Washington women’s soccer won 24 straight matches to win the GNAC’s second Division II national championship. Alaska Anchorage advanced to the NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball national championship match and set a GNAC record with 34 wins. Alaska Anchorage swept the GNAC cross country championships for the second consecutive season. The Seawolves’ men placed fifth at the NCAA Championships while the women placed eighth. A total of seven GNAC runners earned individual All-American honors. GNAC teams have won five national titles: Seattle University women’s soccer in 2004, Seattle Pacific women’s soccer in 2008, Western Washington men’s basketball in 2012 and Western Washington women’s soccer in 2016.
Ford Idaho Center HOME OF THE GNAC INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Great Northwest Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships returns to Nampa, home of the Ford Idaho Center, for the 14th year in a row. The Jacksons Indoor Track at the Ford Sports Complex has established a name in the track and field community since 2002, when the president of Jacksons Food Stores made a charitable contribution to Boise State University making it possible for Boise to purchase the track. The constructed track is 200 meters long and includes an eight-lane straight track in the middle and six lanes banked on the oval. The track surface consists of Mondo, the world’s leading performance multi-density synthetic rubber surface, a requirement by the NCAA and the USA Track & Field (USTAF) for sanctioned championship events. With all the accommodations made viable by the Ford Sports Complex, this track is the only world class championship facility in the Pacific Northwest. In 2005, the USATF hosted the National Indoor Masters Championships, attracting more than 800 male and female athletes over the age of 40. The facility also hosted the 2012 NCAA Division I National Indoor Track and Field Championships, which has been the largest event held in the facility. The Ford Idaho Center also plays host to a variety of equestrian events. For six months out of the year the track is converted and used as a horse park.
On The Cover Some of the top track and field athletes in the conference are featured on this year’s GNAC Indoor Track and Field Championships program. Clockwise From Top Left: Natasha Lazecki (Simon Fraser), Brandon Pless (Western Washington), Suzie Van De Grift (Western Oregon), Josh Panasuk (Montana State Billings), Taylor Deskins (Northwest Nazarene), Ben Halladay (Seattle Pacific), Shannon Porter (Saint Martin’s), Kodiak Landis (Central Washington), Christina MacDonald (Concordia) and Dominik Notz (Alaska Anchorage).
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2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
Meet Preview: Seawolves Look For 2 In A Row NAMPA, Idaho – A year ago, Alaska Anchorage accomplished an unprecedented sweep of the GNAC indoor track and field titles en route to winning three of the conference’s four team track titles. The Seawolves are poised to repeat as champions, but the repeat is far from guaranteed as the GNAC Indoor Track and Field Championships take place at the Jacksons Track at the Ford Idaho Center. Alaska Anchorage finished with identical scores of 164 points in 2016 and surged primarily on the heels of its distance runners and the performances of standouts Karolin Anders and Joyce Chelimo. With a number of those distance performers not back, the door is open for other teams to take their shot at the team championships.
indoor champion. The senior automatically qualified for the NCAA Championships with a time of 16:29.89 in the 5,000 meters at the Husky Classic and is provisionally qualified in the 3,000 meters. Western Oregon’s Kennedy Rufener will also challenge in the 5,000 meters, entering the meet with a provisional qualifying time of 17:24.07.
Alaska Anchorage’s Jamie Ashcroft will try to become the first four-time GNAC women’s indoor champion in the 60 meters.
WOMEN The defending champions will ride on the talents of senior Jamie Ashcroft, who looks to become the first GNAC women’s indoor four-time champion. The three-time champ in the 100 meters also hopes to reclaim her title in the 200 meters, which lost to Seattle Pacific’s Jahzelle Ambus last year. Helping Ashcroft in the title defense is Vanessa Aniteye and Mary Kathleen Cross, both provisional qualifiers in the 400 meters, and GNAC cross country champion Caroline Kurgat, who owns a provisional qualifying mark in the 3,000 meters. The Seawolves also own the GNAC’s top times this season in both the 4x400-meter relay and the distance medley relay. Ashcroft is among six returning champions in this year’s meet. Simon Fraser sophomore Addy Townsend ran 2:11.54 as a freshman to win the 800 meters and has already surpassed that with a 2:10.57 earlier this month. Townsend paces a Simon Fraser team hoping to dethrone UAA with four GNAC event leaders and 22 NCAA Championships qualifiers. Other members of the Clan who lead the conference entering the meet include Chantel Desch in the 400 meters, Paige Nock in the mile (an event where the top four are SFU runners) and Ella Brown in the triple jump. Simon Fraser is also the defending champion in both relays. Concordia returns two champions in three events. McKenzie Warren will try to defend her shot put and weight throw titles, but it is the shot put where she will shine. Warren set the Division II record in the event at last week’s Husky Classic at 57 feet, 9.75 inches. The mark is fifth in the United States and No. 15 in the world. Tori Johnson is Concordia’s other returning champion, capturing the title as a freshman at 5 feet, 7.25 inches. Johnson already sits behind a NCAA Championships provisional qualifier in Seattle Pacific’s Geneva Lehnert, who placed third last year. Christina MacDonald, second to Warren in the weight throw last year, is the favorite to win it this year. The Falcons are hungry to return to the top of the podium after a one-year absence. Michaella Kahns is SFU’s lone returning champion and enters as the top competitor in the pole vault. Kahns provisionally qualified for nationals in the pole vault with a mark of 11 feet, 10.75 inches in Seattle last weekend. Seattle Pacific’s chances are further helped by Kyra Brannan, who has the conference’s top mark in the long jump (18-6.5), and freshman Lani Taylor, who is among four GNAC provisional qualifiers in the 400 meters. In the distances, Mary Charleson and Sarah Macdonald will provide points in the mile and 3,000 meters. Lehnert leads the GNAC in the high jump with her provisional qualifying mark of 5 feet, 5.75 inches. Sophomore Mariyah Vongsaveng is Central Washington’s returning champion. She came out on top of the closest race in GNAC history when the top-three in last year’s 60-meter hurdles were divided by three-thousandths of a second. Vongsaveng has run 8.70 seconds this season, the 19th best time in Division II. HarLee Ortega enters as the GNAC leader in the pentathlon (3,348 points) while Aiyana Homer will be in the mix in both the shot put and weight throw. Shannon Porter will aim to give Saint Martin’s it’s first GNAC women’s
MEN If Alaska Anchorage is to repeat on the men’s side, they will need a big assist once again from the distance runners, who accounted for 75 of the Seawolves’ 164 points last year. Senior Dominik Notz is back to Northwest Nazarene’s Payton Lewis is do his part. The defending champion looking for his third men’s pole vault in both the 3,000 meters and 5,000 championship at his home venue. meters is automatically qualified for Photo by Loren Orr. nationals in the latter, having run 14:03.95 at the Husky Classic last weekend. Notz has the GNAC’s top time in the 3,000, with his time of 8:11.10 ranking 11th in Division II. Edwin Kangogo returns from last year’s scoring barrage having provisionally qualified in both the 3,000 and 5,000 meters. The Seawolves also have a solid onetwo punch in the 400 meters in Adam Commandeur and Liam Lindsay. Travis Turner finished as the runner-up in last year’s heptathlon. He enters this year’s meet with the GNAC’s second best point total (4,951). The UAA distance runners will be well challenged, particularly by Western Oregon’s David Ribich. The junior has automatically qualified for nationals in the mile with a GNAC record time of 4:02.30. He also owns the conference’s best time in the 800 meters (1:50.49). His teammate, Josh Dempsey, is right behind in the 800 with a best of 1:50.70. Both Ribich and Webster play a role in the Wolves’ GNAC record-holding distance medley relay team. The quartet ran 9:45.45 at January’s UW Invitational, a mark that continues to lead Division II. Simon Fraser is expected to mount a decent run for the team title as well, thanks in part to two returning two-time champions. Joel Webster has won the last two 400-meter indoor titles and has provisionally qualified for nationals with a time of 48.71 seconds, but he trails two teammates in Daniel Kelloway (47.95) and Vladislav Tsygankov (48.15). In addition to his 400-meter prowess, Tsygankov is the two-time defending champ in the long jump and took the GNAC lead at 23 feet, 2.5 inches last weekend. The Clan will be further bolstered by Carlos Vargas, who is second in the GNAC in the mile (4:11.52), and Sean Miller, who ranks second in the 5,000 meters (14:37.59). Northwest Nazarene’s Payton Lewis is the defending champion in both the pole vault and heptathlon, but will not compete in the multi-event discipline this year. Lewis has automatically qualified for nationals in the pole vault with a mark of 17 feet, 4.5 inches, which is just a half-inch short of the GNAC record. Lewis also has the GNAC top mark in the 60-meter hurdles at 8.36 seconds. The Crusaders have a total of three vaulters in the conference’s top five, including Jared Webster, who sits second at 15 feet, 11 inches. Cole Hoberg sits second in the high jump with a provisional qualifier of 6 feet, 9.75 inches, while Isaac Mitchell is second in the 5,000 meters with a provisional qualifying time of 14:34.93. Central Washington’s Luke Plummer stands to become the first four-time GNAC indoor men’s champion in the triple jump. The senior enters the meet with a best of 49 feet, 3 inches, more than three feet better the second place athlete, teammate Zach Whittaker. Kodiak Landis enters the meet for the Wildcats with the GNAC’s best marks and provisional qualifiers in both the 60 meters (6.83 seconds) and the heptathlon (5,143 points). The Wildcats’ Armando Tafoya enters with the conference’s top mark in the weight throw (57-2.25) while Western Washington’s Brandon Pless is the leader in the shot put (52-0.5). The Vikings’ Gordon Kordas also has a shot to compete in the pole vault with a season best of 15 feet, 9.25 inches, which ranks third in the GNAC.
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2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships MEN Alaska Anchorage Name Yr. Hometown
The defending men’s and women’s team champions, Alaska Anchorage will once again depend on its distance runners, sprinters and multi-event specialists to make another trophy run. Senior sprinter Jamie Ashcroft leads the Seawolves’ women. Ashcroft aims to become the first four-time women’s individual event champion in GNAC indoor history, having won the last three 60-meter crowns. She owns the conference’s top time in both the 60 meters (7.63) and is second in the 200 meters (24.54). Sophomore Danielle McCormick set the UAA record in the 800 meters and leads three Seawolves who have provisional qualifying marks in the event. Senior Dominik Notz is the defending champion in the men’s 3,000 and 5,000 meters. He is automatically qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 5,000 meters (14:03.95) and provisionally qualified in the 3,000 meters (8:11.10). Edwin Kangogo is also provisionally qualified in the 5,000 (14:41.02). Travis Turner was last year’s runner-up in the heptathlon and has already scored 4,951 points this season.
The Wildcats enter the GNAC Championships with two defending champions and five NCAA Championships provisional qualifiers. Senior Luke Plummer is on track to become the first men’s four-time GNAC indoor champion in the triple jump. His mark of 49 feet, 3 inches, leads the GNAC by over two feet. Senior Kodiak Landis owns the conference’s top marks in the 60 meters (6.83 seconds) and the heptathlon (5,143 points), both of which came in CWU’s opening meet in December. Senior McKenna Emmert continues to climb the conference and NCAA pole vault lists. Her best of 12 feet, 5.5 inches is ninth in Division II and tied for fifth best in GNAC history. Sophomore Mariyah Vongsaveng will aim to defend her 60-meter hurdles title after she won a GNAC final last year where the top-three finishes were divided by five-thousandths of a second. Junior HarLee Ortega enters with the best mark this season in the pentathlon (3,348 points) and junior Ali Anderson is a NCAA provisional qualifier in the 800 meters (2:14.11).
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Justin Carrancho Adam Commandeur Joe Day Brian Durr Grant George Tevin Gladden Darrion Gray Eric Jones Edwin Kangogo Kaleb Korta Liam Lindsay Michael Mendenhall Dominik Notz Michel Ramirez Daniel Remington Victor Samoei David Sramek Travis Turner Taylor Turney
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Salinas, Calif. Comox, B.C. Palmer, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Eldoret, Alaska Galena, Alaska Duncan, B.C. Kenmore, Wash. Dettingen, Germany Salinas, Calif. Fairbanks, Alaska Eldoret, Kenya Klatovy, Czech Republic Stockton, Calif. Anchorage, Alaska
WOMEN Name D’Rehma Alston Vanessa Aniteye Jamie Ashcroft Hayley Bezanson Alexia Blalock Jordyn Block Mariah Burroughs Riley Burroughs Elana Cano Kimberly Cosica Mary Kathleen Cross Lauren Cuddihy Zennah Jepchumba Yvonne Jeschke Caroline Kurgat Danielle McCormick Tamara Perez Marie Ries Dakayla Walters
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Hometown Anchorage, Alaska Norderstedt, Germany Shawnigan Lake, B.C. Courtenay, B.C. Honolulu, Hawaii Palmer, Alaska Wasilla, Alaska Wasilla, Alaska Alpine, Texas Torrance, Calif. Cobble Hill, B.C. Anchorage, Alaska Eldoret, Kenya Au am Rhein, Germany Eldoret, Kenya Soldotna, Alaska Hendaye, France Wenden, Germany Anchorage, Alaska
WOMEN Name Ali Anderson Tianna Banfro Emily Bland Brenna Carlson Delaney Clem Brittany Dodge Aujanique Doss McKenna Emmert Madison Garcia Katia Hawley Aiyana Homer Julia Inderbitzin Hallie Irvine Juliana Joy Samantha La Rue Brenna Liebel HarLee Ortega Stephanie Rexus Alexa Shindruk Mikaila Sitton Mariyah Vongsaveng Erykah Weems Brooke Williams
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Hometown Camano Island, Wash. Renton, Wash. Monroe, Wash. Olympia, Wash. Pendleton, Ore. Pateros, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Kelso, Wash. Sedro Woolley, Wash. Puyallup, Wash. Fayetteville, N.C. Graham, Wash. Yakima, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Kent, Wash. Buckley, Wash. Payette, Idaho Kennewick, Wash. Bellingham, Wash. Ellensburg, Wash. Federal Way, Wash. San Diego, Calif. Vancouver, Wash.
Head Coach: Michael Friess Associate Head Coach: Ryan McWilliams Assistants: T.J. Garlatz, Erin Alewine
MEN Name Darren Arndt Nick Bullo Bryan Cadena Michael Forster Tyler Humphries Kaleb Javier Kodiak Landis Ron Leaf Kyler Ooley Luke Plummer Trevaughn Scott Alberto Tafoya Armando Tafoya Zach Whittaker
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Hometown Burlington, Wash. Puyallup, Wash. Chelan, Wash. Arlington, Wash. Puyallup, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Snohomish, Wash. Kelso, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Vaughn, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. George, Wash. George, Wash. Poulsbo, Wash.
Head Coach: Kevin Adkisson Assistants: Brittany Aanstad, Bryan Mack, Tony Monroe, J.T. Slater
2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Concordia
The Cavaliers picked up five individual event champions in their first GNAC Indoor Championships in 2016. Two of those champs return with great chances to defend. Senior McKenzie Warren won both the women’s shot put and weight throw last year. She set the Division II all-time record in the event at Saturday’s Husky Classic. Her mark of 57 feet, 9.75 inches is also the fourth best in the United States and 15th in the world this season. Sophomore Tori Johnson is the defending champion in the women’s high jump and owns a season best of 5 feet, 3.25 inches. Freshman Adam Brown aims to be a point scorer for the men in the sprints. He currently owns the GNAC’s fourth best time in the 200 meters at 22.26 seconds. Senior Ethan Livermore is fifth in the GNAC in a competitive field in the mile (4:21.92) while freshman Gino Brown has the third best mark in the triple jump (46-0). Freshman Cyrus Vea aims to continue Concordia’s run in the throws, ranking third in the men’s shot put at 49 feet, 0.25 inches.
Montana State Billings
After making a splash at last year’s championships in the distances, Montana State Billings will aim to climb in the team standings with depth in the sprints and jumps. Junior Sam Zook owns the Yellowjackets’ school record in the men’s 60 meters. His season best of 6.85 seconds, ran last weekend, is the fourth best time in GNAC history and is a NCAA Championships provisional qualifier. Freshman Chuck Carr is provisionally qualified in the high jump and his school record mark of 6 feet, 8 inches, is third best in the conference. Junior Nels Flanagan has the third best mark in the GNAC in the weight throw (54-5.25) and Austin Lindquist is sixth in the 60-meter hurdles (8.62). Janessa Williams is a potential point scorer for the MSUB women. She set the school record in the triple jump with a mark of 35 feet, 10 inches, which is in the conference top-10. The Yellowjackets’ women’s 4x400-meter relay team set a school record in 4:03.25 last weekend.
MEN Name Robert Bierly Caleb Bridge Adam Brown Giovanni Brown Emmy Carrizales Jakob Chamberlin Joe Denniston Brett Elder Glen Felix Andrey Gamza Judd Lewis Ethan Livermore Noah Murry Sam Nichols James Phillips Tyler Powers Demetrius Rhodes Jared Seckel Paris Speidel Zach Spink Cyrus Vea Jimmy Wheeler
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Hometown Boring, Ore. Ocean Shores, Wash. Portland, Ore. Erie, Pa. Banks, Ore. Bellingham, Wash. Portland, Ore. Cloverdale, ore. King City, Calif. Portland, Ore. Wenatchee, Wash. Portland, Ore. Olympia, Wash. Sparks, Nev. Battle Ground, Wash. Tigard, Ore. Portland, Ore. Veradale, Wash. Bellingham, Wash. Dayton, Ore. Henderson, Nev. Estacada, Ore.
WOMEN Name Kaitlyn Bailly Ashley Brooks Brianna Cole Kathryn Curtis Bailey Fjelstul Gabby Fukumoto Sara Harrington Emma Hill Gabriella Hobson Tori Johnson Katrina Linenko Christina MacDonald Rachel McKinnis Nicole Pederson Dalen Richardson Rachel Siltman Chase Stephens Joselynn Tensley McKenzie Warren Nicole White Tasha Willing
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Hometown Anchorage, Alaska Tacoma, Wash. North Bend, Ore. Tigard, Ore. Kenmore, Wash. Mililani, Hawaii San Francisco, Calif. Vancouver, Wash. Coos Bay, Ore. Estacada, Ore. Newport, Ore. Myrtle Creek, Ore. Boring, Ore. Redondo Beach, Calif. Boring, Ore. Puyallup, Wash. Palmer, Alaska Veradale, Wash. Boring, Ore. Boise, Idaho Chilliwack, B.C.
Head Coach: Jarret Mantalas Associate Head Coach: Jarred Rome Assistants: Branko Djuricic, Ray Kaufmann, Todd Taylor, Mikel Elliott, Chris Zeller, Brad Pettyman
MEN Name Chuck Carr Ivan Colmenero Forrest Cross Jorey Egeland Nels Flanagan Isaiah Girard Mark Hovland Austin Lindquist Marcus Lindquist Garrett Love Liam McKay Tyus Mendoza Brady Ostermiller Josh Panasuk Beau Peaslee Landon Polkow Braden Rykal Kaelen Shay Nate Vanderby Sam Zook
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Hometown Bozeman, Mont. Manhattan, Mont. Sundance, Wyo. Billings, Mont. Big Timber, Mont. Dillon, Mont. Billings, Mont. Missoula, Mont. Missoula, Mont. Billings, Mont. Surrey, B.C. Colstrip, Mont. Shepherd, Mont. Butte, Mont. Miles City, Mont. Billings, Mont. Boulder, Mont. Billings, Mont. Manhattan, Mont. Casper, Wyo.
WOMEN Name Nikki Aiken Brenna Beckett Jewlz Collins Katelyn Eastburn Rio Frame Michaela Johnson Kassadee Kuoha Jamie Orme Shaniah Schwend Josey Smiedala Hailey Steinbeisser Taylor Stringari Halie Warren Janessa Williams
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Hometown Belgrade, Mont. Broadview, Mont. West Yellowstone, Mont. Geneseo, Ill. Glendive, Mont. Billings, Mont. Burley, Idaho Helena, Mont. Bridger, Mont. Helena, Mont. Sidney, Mont. Shepherd, Mont. Miles City, Mont. Clancy, Mont.
Head Coach: Dave Coppock Assistants: Jonathan Woehl, Anica Knispel, Mark Bolt, Matt Winter
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2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships MEN Northwest Nazarene Name Yr.
Thanks to its strength in the field events, Northwest Nazarene hopes to make a run at its first GNAC men’s title on its home track. Junior Payton Lewis is the defending champion in both the pole vault and heptathlon. He automatically qualified for the NCAA meet with his mark last weekend of 17 feet, 4.5 inches. He also owns the league’s top mark in the 60-meter hurdles (8.36). The Crusaders have four of the top-five marks in the pole vault, including provisional qualifiers in Jared Webster (15-11) and Zach McClanahan (15-5). Isaac Mitchell has the GNAC’s second best mark and a provisional qualifier in the 5,000 meters (14:34.93). Cole Hoberg owns a provisional qualifying mark in the high jump (60-9.75). The sprints will be the strength for the NNU women. Junior Lexi Tubbs owns the third best mark in the GNAC in the 60-meter hurdles (8.88), despite juggling between track and basketball. Senior Taylor Deskins is sixth in the 60 meters (7.87).
While numbers have never been huge for Saint Martin’s on the boards, the quality of those performers will keep the Saints alive in the team competition. Senior Shannon Porter notched a NCAA Championships automatic qualifying mark in the 5,000 meters and, at 16:29.89, the fifth fastest in GNAC history. She also owns the conference’s top mark and the seventh best in Division II in the 3,000 meters (9:30.70). Senior Kirby Neale is fourth with a provisional qualifying mark in the weight throw (53-10.5). Senior Mikel Smith looks to defend his championship in the men’s high jump. The 2016 outdoor national champion has already jumped 7 feet, 0.25 inches, just a half inch short of his GNAC record. Senior Latrelle Swayne and sophomore Jackson Hand will be in the mix for the sprints, with Hand owning the GNAC’s top mark in the 200 (21.94). Senior David Durden ranks third in the 60-meter hurdles (8.47).
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Logan Blake Peyton Brothers Ebu Camara Ryan Chism Brayden Eiland Gabe Fisher Phillip Gwin Nick Hamilton Cole Hoberg Isaiah Kahut Godfrey Kemboi Blaine Kreutz Payton Lewis Rylan Manzer Zach Mason Zach McClanahan Isaac Mitchell Nathan Moore Micah Spatz Noah Starr Micah Tranch Jared Webster
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Hometown Bend, Ore. Nampa, Idaho Conkary, Guinea Eagle, Idaho Centralia, Wash. Nampa, Idaho Fair Oaks, Calif. Caldwell, Idaho Prairie City, Ore. Vancouver, Wash. Iten, Kenya La Grande, Ore. Nampa, Idaho Melba, Idaho Enumclaw, Wash. Meridian, Idaho Sandy, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Melba, Idaho Boise, Idaho Yakima, Wash. Sutter Creek, Calif.
WOMEN Name Rachel (Miller) Bartlow Katherine Conklin MaKenna Conley Kate Cryderman Bethany Danner Taylor Deskins Lauren Duval Janessa Dyk Carly Gilmore Kourtney Gwin Miranda Hagadorn Emily Hammons Alexandra Korolenko Nice Loufoua Jaquelyn Mahowald Anysja Manzer Sierra Manzer Ally Miran Nicole Nobbs Kaylee Olson Rachel Roach Elise Snowden Hannah Thomas Lexi Tubbs Kawena Warren
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Hometown Nampa, Idaho The Dalles, Ore. Redmond, Ore. Kirkland, Wash. McCall, Idaho Corvallis, Ore. Redding, Calif. Portland, Ore. Big Timber, Mont. Orangeville, Calif. Nampa, Idaho Caldwell, Idaho Redmond, Wash. Boise, Idaho Nine Mile Falls, Wash. Melba, Idaho Melba, Idaho Garden Valley, Idaho Yakima, Wash. Challis, Idaho Damascus, Ore. Medford, Ore. Troy, Idaho Turlock, Calif. Waimea, Hawaii
WOMEN Name Alexis Carandang Lindsey Dorney Grace Hamre Kiernan Hawthrone Ariya Kendrick Larissa Kolasinski Yadira Lopez Claire McCloskey Kirby Neale Artresa Nichelson Shannon Porter Tiffany Pott Megan Teigen Alexi Whatley
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Hometown Lacey, Wash. Bothell, Wash. Chehalis, Wash. Sacramento, Calif. Kent, Wash. Issaquah, Wash. Lakewood, Wash. Kenmore, Wash. Coos Bay, Ore. Vancouver, Wash. Vancouver, Wash. Auburn, Wash. Olympia, Wash. Orting, Wash.
Head Coach: John Spatz Associate Head Coach: Nick Collins Assistants: Dustin Ainsworth, Jake Perry, Jenny Perry
MEN Name Yr. Kyle Anderson-De Avila So. Logan Armstrong Fr. Craig Boyle So. Vincent Fualefau Sr. Jackson Hand So. Jasper Heckman Sr. Mitchell Hughey Sr. Josh Hunt Jr. Anthony Manago Sr. Austin Miller Sr. Mikel Smith Sr. Latrelle Swayne Sr. Kauanoe Vanderpoel Jr. Mitch Wilkens Sr.
Hometown Ellensburg, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Vancouver, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Edmonds, Wash. Orting, Wash. Renton, Wash. Onalaska, Wash. Tukwila, Wash. Port Orchard, Wash. Muskogee, Okla. Sacramento, Calif. Maui, Hawaii Eugene, Ore.
Head Coach: Jim Brewer Assistants: Kyle Stevenson, Rachel Brewer, Cassidy Stevick, Chris Pedi, Dwight Midles, Marc Fish, Matt Staples, Nicole D’Abreau, Stephanie Amitage Kerr, Zach Olivera
2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Seattle Pacific
MEN Name Lloyd Byram Shayne Carpenter Ben Halladay Peyton Harris Brysten James David McLeod Jesse Phan Justin Ramsey Lazarus Scarbrough Clark Sterling Joseph Walker Josiah Zering
Hometown Seattle, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Mukilteo, Wash. Boise, Idaho Warsaw, Ind. Des Moines, Wash. Deming, Wash. Colorado Springs, Colo. Boise, Idaho Mill Creek, Wash. Auburn, Wash. Puyallup, Wash.
Seattle Pacific continues to be a team to watch on the women’s side, bringing one defending champion and four NCAA provisional qualifiers to the Jacksons Track. Senior Michaella Kahns is the defending champion in the pole vault. She provisionally qualified for nationals last week with a clearance of 11 feet, 10.75 inches. Sophomore Geneva Lehnert enters the meet No. 1 in the GNAC in the high jump (5-5.75) while senior Kyra Brannan is the GNAC leader in the long jump (18-6.5). Junior Mary Charleson is provisionally qualified in both the mile (4:56.37) and the 3,000 meters (9:48.85). Freshman Lani Taylor is SPU’s new presence in the sprints, entering the meet with a provisional qualifier in the 400 meters (56.79). Junior Peyton Harris leads the SPU men, entering with the league’s eighth best time in the 60-meter hurdles (8.71). Sophomore Jesse Phan enters ninth in the conference in the 800 meters (1:55.51) while junior Ben Halladay could be in the mix in the mile (best of 4:24.84).
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Perhaps no team presents a bigger threat to Alaska Anchorage’s title defense than Simon Fraser. The Clan enters the meet with three returning champions and 22 NCAA provisional qualifiers. Junior Joel Webster is the defending champ in the men’s 400, but trails behind two teammates in junior Vladislav Tsygankov (48.15) and senior Daniel Kelloway (48.31). Tsygankov is the defending men’s long jump champion and has the league’s best mark at 23 feet, 2.5 inches. Kelloway, Webster and Nathan Mah are all top-10 in the 200 meters. In the distances, sophomore Sean Miller is third in the 5,000 meters (14:37.59) and sophomore Carlos Vargas is second in the mile (4:11.52). Sophomore Addy Townsend will try to defend her title in the women’s 800 meters and enters with the eighth best time in Division II (2:10.32). Senior Chantel Desch leads the GNAC in the 400 meters (56.11) while junior Ella Brown has the top mark in the triple jump (37-10.5). Freshman Katherine Lucas will contend with provisional qualifying marks in the 60 (7.66) and 200 (24.78) while freshman Diana Voloshin is second in the league in the 60-meter hurdles (8.74).
WOMEN Name Brooke Benner Kyra Brannan Scout Cai Hannah Calvert Mary Charleson Ryleigh Crenshaw Keana Fine Alyssa Foote Olivia Gabriel Cheryl Hong Becca Houk Michaella Kahns Hailey Kettel Emma Lambert Geneva Lehnert Kate Lilly Sarah Macdonald Sammi Markham Sedona McNerney Chynna Phan Lani Taylor
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WOMEN Name Miryam Bassett Ella Brown Chantel Desch Reta Dobie Sophie Dodd Kye Fedor Natasha Friedmann Tyra Gilbert Julia Howley Valda Kabia Natasha Lazecki Nicole Lindsay Katherine Lucas Alana Mussatto Paige Nock Kira Pederson Amy Petz Chelsea Ribiero Mackenzie Stewart Addy Townsend Dana Townsend Diana Voloshin
Yr. Hometown Jr. Nanaimo, B.C. Sr. Armstrong, B.C. Sr. Abbotsford, B.C. Jr. Surrey, B.C. Jr. Vancouver, B.C. Jr. North Vancouver, B.C. Jr. Surrey, B.C. Fr. Armstrong, B.C. Jr. St. Johns, N.L. So. Surrey, B.C. Sr. New Westminster, B.C. Fr. Duncan, B.C. Fr. Vancouver, B.C. Jr. North Vancouver, B.C. Jr. Courtice, Ont. Fr. Surrey, B.C. Jr. Martensville, Sask. So. Surrey, B.C. So. Madeira Park, B.C. So. Coquitlam, B.C. Sr. Coquitlam, B.C. Fr. Vancouver, B.C.
Hometown Naches, Wash. Kennewick, Wash. Colfax, Wash. Enumclaw, Wash. Mill Creek, Wash. Tigard, Ore. Yakima, Wash. Beaverton, Ore. Portland, Ore. Federal Way, Wash. Oregon City, Ore. Burlington, Wash. Edmonds, Wash. Portland, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Renton, Wash. Tucson, Ariz. Gig Harbor, Wash. Fair Oaks, Calif. Bellingham, Wash. Seattle, Wash.
Head Coach: Karl Lerum Assistants: Chris Reed, Audra Smith
MEN Name Yonathan Abebe Robert Batis Peter Behncke Braeden Charlton Mateo de Dalmases Dylan Freinhofer Zane Jobson Daniel Kelloway Nathan Kyeame Nathan Mah Sean Miller Jalen Sekhon Ephraim Tadesse Richard Torres Valdislav Tsygankov Carlos Vargas Daniel Voloshin Joel Webster
Yr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr.
Hometown Port Coquitlam, B.C. Castro Valley, Calif. Revelstoke, B.C. Vancouver, B.C. Corbera de Lloregat, Spain Surrey, B.C. Saskatoon, Sask. Mount Pearl, N.L. Markham, Ont. Burnaby, B.C. Nanaimo, B.C. White Rock, B.C. Surrey, B.C. Langley, B.C. Moscow, Russia Brossard, Que. Vancouver, B.C. Cambridge, Ont.
Head Coach: Brit Townsend Assistants: Tom Dickson, Jerrold Jones, Bradley Graham
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2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships MEN Western Oregon Name Yr.
Van De Grift
The middle and long distances will be the breadand-butter for Western Oregon, where the Wolves have scored the majority of their points over the years. David Ribich has automatically qualified for the NCAAs in the mile and has the fourth best time in Division II with a GNAC record 4:02.30. The junior is also provisionally qualified in the 800 meters (GNAC best 1:50.49) and the 3,000 meters. The WOU 4x400-meter relay, of which Ribich runs the anchor, has the GNAC record and top time in Division II (9:45.45). Junior Josh Dempsey has the 11th best time in the nation in the 800 (1:50.70). Freshman Alani Troutman has scoring potential in the long jump with the fourth best mark in the GNAC (22-9.75). Junior Suzie Van De Grift enters the meet with a NCAA provisional qualifying time in the 800 meters (2:12.87) and junior Kennedy Rufener has the conference’s second best time in the 5,000 meters (17:24.07). Sophomore Olivia Woods own the conference’s sixth best time in the 400 (58.35) while junior Nicole Maurmann is sixth in the mile (5:01.28).
The Vikings return to Nampa with their best scoring chances coming in the distances and the field events. Senior Brandon Pless established himself as a provisional qualifier and at the top in the GNAC in the shot put last weekend with his mark of 52 feet, 0.5 inches. Teammate Bryan Lee is second in the weight throw at 55 feet, 11 inches, while Pless is ranked fourth (54-4.75). Senior Andrew Wise is a point-scoring threat in the distances as a provisional qualifier in both the 3,000 (8:23.18) and the 5,000 (14:39.59). Senior Gordie Kordas has the third best mark in the GNAC and a provisional qualifier in the pole vault (15-9.25). Junior Anna Paradee looks to compete for the title in the women’s pole vault with a provisional qualifying mark of 12 feet, 4.75 inches. Senior Brittany Grant is WWU’s other women’s provisional qualifier with a time of 9:54.97 in the 3,000 meters. Senior Megan Mortensen will provide point-scoring potential in the weight throw (48-6.25).
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Kegan Allen Logan Barker Cori Blodgett Brandon Bowen Michael Chin Justin Crosswhite Josh Dempsey Alan Ekanger Jalon Fields Devon Fortier Sawyer Heckard AJ Holmberg Curt Knott Kolton Koenig-Rohde Parker Marson Anthony Mendez Hunter Mosman Dustin Nading Thomas Normandeau Anthony Pablo Connor Reinke David Ribich Alani Troutman Aaron Whitaker Harry White
Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.
Hometown Monmouth, Ore. Yreka, Calif. Clatskanie, Ore. Coquille, Ore. Honolulu, Hawaii Hood River, Ore. Portland, Ore. Henderson, Nev. Eugene, Ore. Canby, Ore. Coos Bay, Ore. Scio, Ore. Newport, Ore. Amity, Ore. Pleasant Hill, Ore. Clackamas, Ore. Salem, Ore. Longview, Wash. Washougal, Wash. Ewa Beach, Hawaii Gresham, Ore. Enterprise, Ore. Redmond, Ore. Agana Heights, Guam Lynnwood, Wash.
WOMEN Name Rachel Bayly Madeline Bernard Grayson Burke Felicia Covey Sylvia Dean Megan Drader Alecia Falck Emily Griffiths Mariah Gronbach Rachael Huffman Grace Knapp Sara Madden Nicole Maurmann Laura Patrick Megan Rose Kennedy Rufener Hailey Sears Amanda Short Suzie Van De Grift Olivia Woods
Yr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So.
Hometown Moscow, Idaho Prineville, Ore. Vancouver, Wash. Keizer, Ore. Cottage Grove, Ore. Amity, Ore. Eagle, Idaho Battle Ground, Wash. Grants Pass, Ore. Palmer, Alaska Sandy, Ore. Kent, Wash. Salem, Ore. Castle Rock, Wash. Hillsboro, Ore. Clackamas, Ore. Portland, Ore. Lebanon, Ore. Yamhill, Ore. Troutdale, Ore.
Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.
Hometown Gresham, Ore. Bellingham, Wash. Los Alamos, N.M. Port Townsend, Wash. Sammamish, Wash. Bellingham, Wash. Snoqualmie, Wash. Federal Way, Wash. Osage City, Kan. Oak Harbor, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Kent, Wash. Kaneohe, Hawaii Dupont, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Woodinville, Wash. Ventura, Calif. Sequim, Wash. Renton, Wash. Langley, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Vancouver, Wash.
Head Coach: Mike Johnson Associate Head Coach: Octavious Gillespie-Bennett Assistants: Matt Schryvers, Brady Beagley Graduate Assistant: Lindsey Kunkle Volunteer Assistant: Sam Naffziger
MEN Name Aaron Bosscher Peter Butler Somit Chhim Dario Cirlincione Matt Coelho Cordell Cummings Logan Giese Enrique Gomez Dylan Hayes Jacob Hino Colton Hoggarth Daniel Jones Stedman Knox Gordie Kordas Bryan Lee Nicholas Makrakis Lane Mallula Rudy Mataya Brandon Pless Jacob Ringold Kyler Sager Keaton Spiller Alex Taylor Adam Thomas Nate van Tuinen Andrew Wise
Yr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr.
Hometown Lynden, Wash. Port Angeles, Wash. Kelso, Wash. Renton, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Arlington, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Yakima, Wash. Yakima, Wash. Ferndale, Wash. Bothell, Wash. Blaine, Wash. Sammamish, Wash. Concord, Calif. Sammamish, Wash. Burlington, Wash. Sedro-Woolley, Wash. Vancouver, Wash. Snohomish, Wash. Vancouver, Wash. Federal Way, Wash. Washougal, Wash. Yakima, Wash. Denver, Colo.
WOMEN Name Macie Allen Hannah Bradley Sophia Galvez Brittany Grant Kaylie Greninger Bridget Henry Maddy Hutchison Julian Johnson Aundrea Koger Alexandra Laiblin Megan Mortensen Malea Munoz Jewels Oliquiano Miranda Osadchey Anna Paradee Rachael Roberts Sophia Roberts Waverly Shreffler Savannah Smith Lillianna Stelling Deja Svastisalee Sara Taferre
Head Coach: Pee Wee Halsell Assistants: Bill Roe, Eric Dudley, Ben Stensland Volunteer Assistants: Karis Anderson, Steven Ayers, Damien Fisher, Juan Castillo
2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
GNAC Indoor Track & Field Records MEN All Meets 60 Meters 6.72 Alex Donigian, Western Washington (2015) 200 Meters 21.3 Cody Warner, Western Oregon (2015) 400 Meters 48.27 Andrew Boss, Simon Fraser (2011) 800 Meters 1:49.95 Badane Sultessa, Western Oregon (2016) Mile 4:02.30 David Ribich, Western Oregon (2017) 3,000 Meters 8:10.19 Dominik Notz, Alaska Anchorage (2016) 5,000 Meters 13:47.73 Micah Chelimo, Alaska Anchorage (2014) 60m Hurdles 8.08 Travis Milbrandt, Western Washington (2015) 4x400 Relay 3:12.45 Alaska Anchorage (2016) Nicholas Taylor, Liam Lindsey, Adam Commandeur, Cody Thomas Distance Medley 9:45.45 Western Oregon (2017) Dustin Nading, AJ Holmberg, Josh Dempsey, David Ribich Long Jump 7.28/23-10.75 Vladislav Tsygankov, Simon Fraser (2016) Triple Jump 15.06/49-5 Luke Plummer, Central Washington (2015) High Jump 2.15/7-0.5 Mikel Smith, Saint Martin’s (2015) Pole Vault 5.31/17-5 Ryan Brown, Western Washington (2011) Weight Throw 18.82/61-9 Anthony Marin, Western Oregon (2007) Shot Put 17.94/58-10.75 Cameron Neel, Western Washington (2007) Heptathlon 5,508 Chris Randolph, Seattle Pacific (2006) Conference Meet 60 Meters 6.75 Alex Donigian, Western Washington (2014) 200 Meters 21.60 Cody Warner, Western Oregon (2015) 400 Meters 47.80 Joel Webster, Simon Fraser (2016) 800 Meters 1:51.49 Paul Mach, Seattle Pacific (2004) Mile 4:10.13 Robert Peterson, Montana State Billings (2016) 3,000 Meters 8:27.83 Henry Cheseto, Alaska Anchorage (2015) 5,000 Meters 14:36.06 Dominik Notz, Alaska Anchorage (2016) 60m Hurdles 8.08 Travis Milbrandt, Western Washington (2015) 4x400 Relay 3:16.09 Alaska Anchorage (2014) Elliott Bauer, Adam Commandeur, Bobo Camaara, Ethan Hewitt Distance Medley 10:04.58 Simon Fraser (2012) Ryan Brockerville, Stuart Ellenwood, Keir Forster, Adam Reid Long Jump 7.38/24-2.5 Vladislav Tsygankov, Simon Fraser (2016) Triple Jump 15.06/49-5 Luke Plummer, Central Washington (2015) High Jump 2.06/6-9 Brennan Boyes, Central Washington (2012) Brett Watson, Western Washington (2015) Andrew Galbraith, Northwest Nazarene (2015) Mikel Smith, Saint Martin’s (2016) Pole Vault 5.16/16-11 Payton Lewis, Northwest Nazarene (2011) Weight Throw 18.63/61-1.75 Tyler Lamott, Concordia (2016) Shot Put 17.47/57-3.75 Cameron Neel, Central Washington (2007) Heptathlon 5,163 Payton Lewis, Northwest Nazarene (2016) Heptathlon Events 60 Meters 7.07 Long Jump 6.83/22-5 Shot Put 12.52/41-1 High Jump 1.99/6-6 60m Hurdles 8.50 Pole Vault 5.05/16-6.75 1,000 Meters 2:43.00
Jaysen Yoro, Saint Martin’s (2015) Jake Hyde, Western Oregon (2012) Geryson Kilgore, Northwest Nazarene (2012) Jaysen Yoro, Saint Martin’s (2015) Cody Thomas, Alaska Anchorage (2015) Payton Lewis, Northwest Nazarene (2016) Colin Alexander, Central Washington (2012)
Past GNAC Team Champions
WOMEN All Meets 60 Meters 7.60 Jamie Ashcroft, Alaska Anchorage (2015) 200 Meters 24.25 Jamie Ashcroft, Alaska Anchorage (2015) 400 Meters 55.54 Terran Legard, Central Washington (2005) 800 Meters 2:04.94 Helen Crofts, Simon Fraser (2011) Mile 4:32.88 Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific (2010) 3,000 Meters 9:17.97 Joyce Chelimo, Alaska Anchorage (2016) 5,000 Meters 16:12.65 Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific (2009) 60m Hurdles 8.66 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, Seattle Pacific (2005) 4x400 Relay 3:46.34 Seattle Pacific (2013) Kishia Mitchell, Emily Quatier, Jasmine Johnson, McKayla Fricker Distance Medley 11:28.28 Simon Fraser (2015) Rebecca Bassett, Monique Lisek, Paige Nock, Lindsey Butterworth Long Jump 5.93/19-5.5 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, Seattle Pacific (2005) Triple Jump 12.40/40-8.25 Ashley Potter, Western Oregon (2012) High Jump 1.77/5-9.75 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, Seattle Pacific (2005) Taylor Fettig, Central Washington (2014) Pole Vault 3.91/12-10 Alison Silva, Northwest Nazarene (2014) Weight Throw 17.74/58-2.5 Kristin Hepler, Western Oregon (2004) Shot Put 17.62/57-9.75 McKenzie Warren, Concordia (2017)* Pentathlon 4,007 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, Seattle Pacific (2005) Conference Meet 60 Meters 7.60 Jamie Ashcroft, Alaska Anchorage (2015) 200 Meters 24.25 Jamie Ashcroft, Alaska Anchorage (2015) 400 Meters 54/87 Jahzelle Ambus, Seattle Pacific (2016) 800 Meters 2:08.28 Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific (2010) Mile 4:40.39 Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific (2010) 3,000 Meters 9:47.64 Jennifer Johnson, Simon Fraser (2015) 5,000 Meters 116:47.07 Sarah Porter, Western Washington (2010) 60m Hurdles 8.66 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, Seattle Pacific (2005) 4x400 Relay 3:46.41 Simon Fraser (2016) Valda Kabia, Alana Mussatto, Monique Lisek, Chantel Desch Distance Medley 11:36.32 Seattle Pacific (2010) Kate Harline, Jennifer Pike, Jane Larson, Jessica Pixler Long Jump 5.82/19-1.25 Tanya Bjornsson, Western Washington (2014) Triple Jump 12.22/40-1.25 Jasmine McMullin, Western Washington (2016) High Jump 1.77/5-9.75 Tayler Fettig, Central Washington (2014) Pole Vault 3.91/12-10 Alison Silva, Northwest Nazarene (2014) Weight Throw 17.63/57-10.25 Becki Duhamel, Central Washington (2015) Shot Put 16.34/53-7.5 McKenzie Warren, Concordia (2016) Pentathlon 3,761 Karolin Anders, Alaska Anchorage (2015) Pentathlon Events 60m Hurdles 8.75 Rosie Smith, Alaska Anchroage (2016) High Jump 1.69/5-6.5 Tayler Fettig, Central Washington (2014 & 2015) Karolin Anders, Alaska Anchorage (2015) Shot Put 11.96/39-3 Charlene Harber, Western Oregon (2012) Long Jump 5.68/18-8.75 Karolin Anders, Alaska Anchorage (2016) 800 Meters 2:22.15 Ali Anderson, Central Washington (2016) * - NCAA Division II record.
MEN Year Team 2004 Western Oregon 2005 Western Washington 2006 Western Washington 2007 Central Washington 2008 Western Oregon 2009 Western Oregon 2010 Western Oregon 2011 Western Oregon 2012 Western Oregon 2013 Western Washington 2014 Western Washington 2015 Alaska Anchorage 2016 Alaska Anchorage
Pts. 164 141 151 171.5 178 169 171 147.5 142.5 152 157 142 164
WOMEN Year Team Champion 2004 Seattle Pacific 2005 Seattle Pacific 2006 Seattle Pacific 2007 Seattle Pacific 2008 Seattle Pacific 2009 Seattle Pacific 2010 Seattle Pacific 2011 Seattle Pacific 2012 Seattle Pacific 2013 Alaska Anchorage 2014 Alaska Anchorage 2015 Seattle Pacific 2016 Alaska Anchorage
Pts. 160 188 154 192 183 181 179.5 126.5 182 147 154 146 164
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2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
GNAC Indoor Track & Field Yearly Champions 60 Meters 2004 Greg Coleman, WOU 2005 Eddie Kaeka, WWU 2006 Dustin Wilson, WWU 2007 Matt Rogstad, CWU 2008 Ashtin Mott, WOU 2009 Bryan Mack, CWU 2010 Anthony Wright, CWU 2011 Alex Tilley, WWU 2012 Bryan Mack, CWU 2013 Alex Donigian, WWU 2014 Alex Donigian, WWU 2015 Alex Donigian, WWU 2016 Kent McKinney, CWU
7.08 7.16 7.15 7.15 7.02 6.95 6.89 7.05 6.90 6.85 6.75 6.82 6.91
5,000 Meters 2004 Steve DeKoker, WWU 2005 Sam Scotchmer, CWU 2006 Sam Scotchmer, CWU 2007 John Riak, SMU 2008 Jordan Welling, WWU 2009 John Riak, SMU 2010 Jordan Welling, WWU 2011 Jordan Welling, WWU 2012 Barak Watson, NNU 2013 Micah Chelimo, UAA 2014 Micah Chelimo, UAA 2015 Henry Cheseto, UAA 2016 Dominik Notz, UAA
15:24.02 15:03.96 15:03.96 15:01.67 15:15.60 15:09.89 14:51.53 15:15.07 14:51.07 14:55.17 14:50.02 14:39.24 14:36.46
200 Meters 2004 Isaac Frederick, WOU 2005 Ryan Jewell, SPU 2006 Mike Khabibulin, WWU 2007 Michael Dean, WWU 2008 Ashtin Mott, WOU 2009 Radio Battle, CWU 2010 Kincaid Nichols, CWU 2011 Andrew Boss, SFU 2012 Maurus Hope, NNU 2013 Alex Donigian, WWU 2014 Alex Donigian, WWU 2015 Cody Warner, WOU 2016 Cody Warner, WOU
22.04 22.46 22.80 22.42 22.16 21.97 22.22 21.84 21.91 21.96 21.79 21.60 21.78
60 Meter Hurdles 2004 Josh Freeman, WWU 2005 Alex Clark, CWU 2006 Robert Edwards, CWU 2007 Robert Edwards, CWU 2008 Lloyd Massey, WOU 2009 Dallas Beaty, NNU 2010 Andy Loscutoff, WOU 2011 Anthony Hogan, CWU 2012 Brett Campbell, WOU 2013 Andrew Venema, CWU 2014 Peter Maguire, WWU 2015 Travis Milbrandt, WWU 2016 Travis Milbrandt, WWU
8.48 8.40 8.36 8.26 8.66 8.51 8.34 8.42 8.37 8.29 8.24 8.08 8.09
400 Meters 2004 Isaac Frederick, WOU 2005 Chris Randolph, SPU 2006 Cresap Watson, CWU 2007 Michael Dean, WWU 2008 Matt Rogstad, CWU 2009 Maurus Hope, NNU 2010 Matt Kaino, WOU 2011 Andrew Boss, SFU 2012 Maurus Hope, NNU 2013 Jonathon Poolman, WWU 2014 Ethan Hewitt, UAA 2015 Joel Webster, SFU 2016 Joel Webster, SFU
49.76 49.99 49.90 49.95 49.58 49.75 49.17 49.18 48.45 48.85 48.31 48.34 47.80
4x400 Relay 2004 Central Washington 2005 Central Washington 2006 Northwest Nazarene 2007 Central Washington 2008 Northwest Nazarene 2009 Northwest Nazarene 2010 Western Oregon 2011 Northwest Nazarene 2012 Western Oregon 2013 Western Washington 2014 Alaska Anchorage 2015 Simon Fraser 2016 Alaska Anchorage
3:23.79 3:25.54 3:24.60 3:20.98 3:23.22 3:20.61 3:19.36 3:20.23 3:18.60 3:18.17 3:16.09 3:16.49 3:16.76
800 Meters 2004 Paul Mach, SPU 2005 Andy Prentice, SMU 2006 Andy Prentice, SMU 2007 Eddie Strickler, SPU 2008 Keith Lemay, WWU 2009 Zeke Van Patten, WOU 2010 Nathan Seely, SPU 2011 Nathan Seely, SPU 2012 Nathan Seely, SPU 2013 Ryan Hansen, WOU 2014 Josh Hanna, WOU 2015 Cameron Proceviat, SFU 2016 Cameron Proceviat, SFU
1:51.49 1:53.39 1:54.70 1:55.23 1:57.86 1:53.43 1:54.86 1:54.35 1:54.10 1:53.27 1:54.14 1:52.41 1:55.86
Distance Medley Relay 2004 Western Oregon 2005 Saint Martin’s 2006 Seattle Pacific 2007 Seattle Pacific 2008 Western Washington 2009 Western Washington 2010 Western Washington 2011 Simon Fraser 2012 Simon Fraser 2013 Alaska Anchorage 2014 Simon Fraser 2015 Simon Fraser 2016 Montana State Billings
10:36.72 10:19.74 10:28.71 10:24.56 10:38.21 10:26.42 10:18.80 10:05.58 10:04.58 10:06.58 10:07.19 10:14.41 10:46.41
Mile 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
4:18.54 4:15.27 4:17.25 4:16.90 4:21.50 4:17.02 4:14.08 4:12.22 4:13.27 4:12.46 4:11.05 4:10.31 4:10.13
Long Jump 2004 Chris Randolph, SPU 2005 Chris Randolph, SPU 2006 Chris Randolph, SPU 2007 Justin Felt, SPU 2008 Zeb Udell, WOU 2009 Zeb Udell, WOU 2010 Matson Hardie, WOU 2011 Kyle Lane, WOU 2012 Manny Melo, CWU 2013 Kevin Yates, WWU 2014 Kevin Yates, WWU 2015 Vladislav Tsygankov, SFU 2016 Vladislav Tsygankov, SFU
Nathan Carlson, SMU Ethan Barrons, WOU Andy Prentice, SMU Sam Brancheau, WWU John Riak, SMU Zeke Van Patten, WOU Anthony Tomsich, WWU Chris Reed, WOU Seth Pierson, SPU Micah Chelimo, UAA Robert Peterson, MSUB Brady Beagley, WOU Robert Peterson, MSUB
3,000 Meters 2013 Micah Chelimo, UAA 2014 Micah Chelimo, UAA 2015 Henry Cheseto, UAA 2016 Dominik Notz, UAA
8:29.35 8:28.35 8:27.83 8:31.91
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21-10 22-6.5 22-7.75 22-3.5 23-0 23-0.75 23-8 23-4.5 23-2.75 23-4 22-10.5 23-6.75 24-2.5
Triple Jump 2004 Justin Lawrence, CWU 48-5.25 2005 Blake Herrington, WOU 46-3.25 2006 Greg Hamm, NNU 47-7.75 2007 Greg Hamm, NNU 46-8 2008 Greg Hamm, NNU 47-5.25 2009 Rendel Jones, CWU 46-8.75
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Rendel Jones, CWU Tim Clendaniel , WWU Matson Hardie, WOU Matson Hardie, WOU Luke Plummer, CWU Luke Plummer, CWU Luke Plummer, CWU
47-7.25 46-11 47-3.75 48-1 .5 46-3.25 49-5 49-2.25
High Jump 2004 Cresap Watson, CWU 2005 Chris Randolph, SPU 2006 Jeff Word, WWU 2007 Cameron Bailey, CWU 2008 Keefe Brockman, WWU 2009 Cameron Bailey, CWU 2010 Brennan Boyes, CWU 2011 Brandon Roddewig, CWU 2012 Brennan Boyes, CWU 2013 Logan Myers, WWU 2014 Brett Watson, WWU 2015 Brett Watson, WWU 2016 Mikel Smith, SMU
6-6.25 6-4.25 6-6 6-8.75 6-4.75 6-7 6-4.75 6-4.75 6-9 6-7 6-8.75 6-9 6-9
Pole Vault 2004 Scott Romney, WWU 2005 Hunter Verner, WWU 2006 Scott Romney, WWU 2007 Tyler Thornbrue, WWU 2008 Ryan Brown, WWU 2009 Ryan Brown, WWU 2010 Ryan Brown, WWU 2011 Ryan Brown, WWU 2012 Scott Hunter, CWU 2013 Scott Hunter, CWU 2014 Greyson Kilgore, NNU 2015 Payton Lewis, NNU 2016 Payton Lewis, NNU
14-11.5 15-10.5 16-0.5 15-10 15-10 16-6 16-1.25 15-9.25 14-11 14-9 14-10 16-11 15-10
Weight Throw 2004 Brandon Jasmin, WOU 2005 Carlos Aguilar, WOU 2006 Carlos Aguilar, WOU 2007 Anthony Marin, WOU 2008 Anthony Marin, WOU 2009 Tyler Fischer, CWU 2010 Tyler Fischer, CWU 2011 Matt Schryvers, WOU 2012 Sam Washington, SMU 2013 Sam Washington, SMU 2014 Kevin Stanley, CWU 2015 Kevin Stanley, CWU 2016 Tyler Lamott, CU
49-3.5 54-1.75 54-3.25 59-8.25 58-2 58-6 58-3 56-7.25 55-11.75 57-0.25 58-1.25 59-9.25 61-1.75
Shot Put 2004 Kevin Johnson, WOU 2005 Cameron Neel, CWU 2006 Cameron Neel, CWU 2007 Cameron Neel, CWU 2008 Zach Barclay, NNU 2009 Tyler Fischer, CWU 2010 Jason Slowey, WOU 2011 Jason Slowey, WOU 2012 Tanner Rottrup, MSUB 2013 Tanner Rottrup, MSUB 2014 Jacon Gilbert, WWU 2015 Kevin Stanley, CWU 2016 Josh Koch, CU
49-8.5 55-7.5 53-3.75 57-3.75 48-9.5 52-3.25 51-3.75 52-8 50-2 52-8.75 52-10.75 51-10 53-7.5
Heptathlon 2011 Nate Johnson, SPU 2012 Nate Johnson, SPU 2013 Cody Thomas, UAA 2014 Cody Thomas, UAA 2015 Cody Thomas, UAA 2016 Payton Lewis, NNU WOMEN 60 Meters 2004 Kinyatta Leonhardt, SPU 2005 Kinyatta Leonhardt, SPU 2006 Whitney Knox, WWU 2007 Latasha Essien, SPU
4,576 4,860 4,863 4,904 4,984 5,163
7.96 7.96 8.02 7.73
2008 Latasha Essien, SPU 2009 Latasha Essien, SPU 2010 Latasha Essien, SPU 2011 Jane Channell, SFU 2012 Kishia Mitchell, SPU 2013 Tanya Bjornsson, WWU 2014 Jamie Ashcroft, UAA 2015 Jamie Ashcroft, UAA 2016 Jamie Ashcroft, UAA 200 Meters 2004 Kinyatta Leonhardt, SPU 2005 Terran Legard, CWU 2006 Anna Soule, SPU 2007 Latasha Essien, SPU 2008 Jessica Hinton, SPU 2009 Jessica Hinton, SPU 2010 Eleanor Siler, WWU 2011 Jane Channell, SFU 2012 Madison McClung, WOU 2013 Rosie Smith, UAA 2014 Jamie Ashcroft, UAA 2015 Jamie Ashcroft, UAA 2016 Jahzelle Ambus, SPU
7.90 7.77 7.67 7.81 7.80 7.84 7.69 7.65 7.61 25.40 25.25 26.04 25.50 25.92 25.35 25.03 25.57 25.16 25.20 24.69 24.22 24.35
400 Meters 2004 Terran Legard, CWU 2005 Terran Legard, CWU 2006 Terran Legard, CWU 2007 Heidi Dimmitt, WWU 2008 Elisa Decker, NNU 2009 Eleanor Siler, WWU 2010 Eleanor Siler, WWU 2011 Helen Crofts, SFU 2012 Eleanor Siler, WWU 2013 Melissa Grammer, NNU 2014 Kishia Mitchell, SPU 2015 Jahzelle Ambus, SPU 2016 Jahzelle Ambus, SPU 800 Meters 2004 Jennifer Marsh, SPU 2005 Josie Lavin, SPU 2006 Ashley Puga, NNU 2007 Jessica Pixler, SPU 2008 Jessica Pixler, SPU 2009 Ashley Puga, NNU 2010 Jessica Pixler, SPU 2011 Brianna Kane, SFU 2012 McKayla Fricker, SPU 2013 Helen Crofts, SFU 2014 Sarah Sawatzky, SFU 2015 Lindsey Butterworth, SFU 2016 Addy Townsend, SFU
2:14.80 2:16.09 2:16.55 2:11.52 2:10.18 4:47.37 2:08.28 2:14.58 2:15.53 2:12.29 2:08.57 2:10.04 2:11.54
Mile 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
5:09.21 5:08.23 5:08.11 4:54.53 4:50.38 4:47.37 4:40.39 5:04.83 5:07.32 4:58.09 5:00.37 4:55.34 5:00.28
Jamie Witt, SPU Karen Dickson, SPU Katie Hummel, CWU Jessica Pixler, SPU Jessica Pixler, SPU Ashley Puga, NNU Jessica Pixler, SPU Jessica Smith, SFU Lindsey Butterworth, SFU Lindsey Butterworth, SFU McKayla Fricker, SPU Lindsey Butterworth, SFU Joyce Chelimo, UAA
3,000 Meters 2013 Susan Tanui, UAA 2014 Joyce Kipchumba, UAA 2015 Jennifer Johnson, SFU 2016 Joyce Chelimo, UAA
57.69 56.57 57.75 59.11 58.21 56.23 56.93 55.90 56.70 57.16 57.00 56.18 54.87
9:54.95 17:22.40 9:47.64 9:50.70
2017 GNAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
GNAC Indoor Track & Field Yearly Champions 5,000 Meters 2004 Alana Garcia, SU 19:33.9* 2005 Karin Rohde, SPU 18:41.46 2006 Brandy Anderson, CWU 18:27.98 2007 Karin Rohde, SPU 18:17.35 2008 Jane Larson, SPU 17:39.95 2009 Jane Larson, SPU 17:27.34 2010 Sarah Porter, WWU 16;47.07 2011 Sarah Porter, WWU 17:17.92 2012 Heidi Laabs-Johnson, SPU 17:42.79 2013 Susan Tanui, UAA 17:51.26 2014 Joyce Kipchumba, UAA 17:22.40 2015 Anna Patti, SPU 17:14.01 2016 Joyce Chelimo, UAA 17:05.05 * - Because of lap counting error, 2004 race was 5,200 meters
60 Meter Hurdles 2004 Monica Smith, WOU 9.22 2005 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, SPU 8.66 2006 Linda Blake, SPU 9.10 2007 Kelsey Cooley, SPU 9.30 2008 Michelle Howe, WWU 9.30 2009 Michelle Howe, WWU 9.07 2010 Michelle Howe, WWU 9.02 2011 Tanya Bjornsson, WWU 8.98 2012 Ali Worthen, SPU 8.75 2013 Tanya Bjornsson, WWU 8.79 2014 Tanya Bjornsson, WWU 8.72 2015 Chelsey Knott, NNU 8.82 2016 Mariyah Vongsaveng, CWU 8.72 4x400 Relay 2004 Central Washington 2005 Central Washington 2006 Central Washington 2007 Seattle Pacific 2008 Seattle Pacific 2009 Northwest Nazarene 2010 Western Washington
3:58.72 4:00.32 3:59.48 3:58.68 3:57.36 3:55.58 3:55.21
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Simon Fraser Seattle Pacific Simon Fraser Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific Simon Fraser
3:51.72 3:53.59 3:48.36 3:51.94 3:50.68 3:46.31
Distance Medley Relay 2004 Seattle Pacific 12:47.76 2005 Seattle Pacific 12:35.89 2006 Central Washington 12:24.60 2007 Seattle Pacific 11:58.41 2008 Seattle Pacific 12:04.81 2009 Seattle Pacific 12:01.79 2010 Seattle Pacific 11:36.32 2011 Simon Fraser 11:46.64 2012 Simon Fraser 12:11.42 2013 Simon Fraser 11:47.86 2014 Alaska Anchorage 11:58.61 2015 Simon Fraser 11:59.08 2016 Simon Fraser 11:58.28 Long Jump 2004 Katy Kociemba, WOU 17-9.5 2005 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, SPU 18-9.75 2006 Jacqueline Postlewait, WOU 17-8 2007 Kim Bascom, WWU 18-3.75 2008 Jacque Postlewait, WOU 18-0.5 2009 Ali Worthen, SPU 18-6.5 2010 Emily Warman, WWU 18-3.75 2011 Ali Worthen, SPU 18-2.5 2012 Ali Worthen, SPU 18-9.25 2013 Emily Warman, WWU 18-9.75 2014 Tanya Bjornsson, WWU 19-1.25 2015 Karolin Anders, UAA 18-6.5 2016 Karolin Anders, UAA 18-5.75 Triple Jump 2004 Lea Tiger, CWU 2005 Amanda Merrill, NNU 2006 Amanda Merrell, NNU
36-5 36-9 37-0.25
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Kim Bascom, WWU Megan Paulsen, WWU Laura Vonarx, NNU Ashley Potter, WOU Katharine Lotze, CWU Ashley Potter, WOU Alexis Anderson, WOU Karolin Anders, UAA Jasmine McMullin, WWU Jasmine McMullin, WWU
37-9.25 37-0.25 37-2.25 38-10.5 38-5 39-7 37-10.5 36-10.5 38-2.75 40-1.25
High Jump 2004 Sharon Bjella, SPU 5-3.25 2005 Danielle Ayers-Stamper, SPU 5-6 2006 Teona Perkins, SPU 5-6.5 2007 Emily Peterson, NNU 5-5.75 2008 Teona Golding, SPU 5-5.25 2009 Ali Worthen, SPU 5-8.5 2010 Brittany Aanstad, SPU 5-5.5 2011 Ali Worthen, SPU 5-5.5 2012 Katie Pelchar, WOU 5-7.25 2013 Alexis Anderson, WOU 5-5 .25 2014 Tayler Fettig, CWU 5-9.75 2015 Naphtali Ward, SPU 5-6.5 2016 Tori Johnson, CU 5-7.25 Pole Vault 2004 Danielle Juarez, WWU 11-6.25 2005 Allison Hedges, SPU 11-10 2006 Amy Harris, SPU 11-7.75 2007 Monica Anderson, SPU 11-0.25 2008 Melissa Peaslee, SPU 12-9 2009 Christy Miller, WWU 12-4 2010 Melissa Peaslee, SPU 12-0 2011 Becca Clark, CWU 12-0.5 2012 Kati Davis, CWU 12-5.5 2013 Karis Anderson, WWU 12-4 2014 Alison Silva, NNU 12-10 2015 Alison Silva, NNU 11-8 2016 Michaella Kahns, SPU 11-6.25
Weight Throw 2004 Kristen Hepler, WOU 53-9.25 2005 Heather Yergen, CWU 46-11.5 2006 Krissy Tandle, CWU 50-0.75 2007 Sabrina Freed, WOU 49-4.25 2008 Sabrina Freed, WOU 51-4.25 2009 Krissy Tandle, CWU 52-4.75 2010 Joy Warrington,, NNU 49-10.5 2011 Torrie Self, CWU 53-7.5 2012 Joy Warrington, NNU 53-1 2013 Becki Duhanel, CWU 54-2 2014 Caitlin Curtis, NNU 50-10 2015 Becki Duhamel, CWU 57-10.25 2016 McKenzie Warren, CU 56-11.75 Shot Put 2004 Chevonna Lynch, WOU 40-4.75 2005 Krissy Tandle, CWU 40-11.5 2006 Krissy Tandle, CWU 44-8.75 2007 Krissy Tandle, CWU 42-10.25 2008 Amy Carroll, NNU 42-9 2009 Krissy Tandle, CWU 48-9.5 2010 Joy Warrington, NNU 45-9.25 2011 Torrie Self, CWU 45-10 2012 Joy Warrington, NNU 45-2.25 2013 Becki Duhamel, CWU 43-5.25 2014 Vessie Umu, NNU 43-10.75 2015 Becki Duhamel, CWU 44-8 2016 McKenzie Warren, CU 53-7.5 Pentathlon 2011 Katy Gross, SPU 2012 Katy Gross, SPU 2013 Katy Gross, SPU 2014 Karolin Anders, UAA 2015 Karolin Anders, UAA 2016 Karolin Anders, UAA
3,297 3,469 3,505 3,640 3,761 3,711
GNAC National Top 20 Qualifiers Qualifiers As Of Feb. 13, 2017 MEN Event 60 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 4x400 Relay DMR High Jump Pole Vault Triple Jump Heptathlon
Athlete Kodiak Landis, CWU Daniel Kelloway, SFU Vladislav Tsygankov, SFU David Ribich, WOU Josh Dempsey, WOU Joe Day, UAA David Ribich, WOU Dominik Notz, UAA Dominik Notz, UAA Alaska Anchorage Simon Fraser Western Oregon Simon Fraser Alaska Anchorage Mikel Smith, SMU Cole Hoberg, NNU Payton Lewis, NNU Luke Plummer, CWU Kodiak Landis, CWU Travis Turner, UAA
Mark 6.83 47.95 48.15 1:50.49 1:51.35 1:52.07 4:02.30 8:11.10 14:03.95 3:13.75 3:14.25 9:45.45 9:54.51 10:03.45 2.14/7-0.25 2.08/6-9.75 5.30/17-4.5 15.01/49-3 5,143 4,951
Rank Date T-16th 12/8/16 13th 2/4/17 19th 2/12/17 9th 2/10/17 11th 1/14/17 17th 1/14/17 4th 1/27/17 *+ 11th 1/28/17 5th 2/10/17+ 6th 1/27/17 10th 2/4/17 1st 1/28/17 *+ 15th 1/28/17 16th 1/28/17 T-2nd 12/10/16 T-12th 1/21/17 T-3rd 2/11/17+ T-15th 2/10/17 5th 12/3/16 17th 1/28/17
WOMEN Event 60 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters 5,000 Meters 60m Hurdles 4x400 Relay DMR Pole Vault Shot Put
Athlete Jamie Ashcroft, UAA Jamie Ashcroft, UAA Katherine Lucas, SFU Chantel Desch, SFU Addy Townsend, SFU Danielle McCormick, UAA Suzie Van De Grift, WOU Sophie Dodd, SFU Paige Nock, SFU Julia Howley, SFU Addy Townsend, SFU Shannon Porter, SMU Caroline Kurgat, UAA Shannon Porter, SMU Mariyah Vongsaveng, CWU Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage Simon Fraser Seattle Pacific Western Oregon McKenna Emmert, CWU Anna Paradee, WWU Michaella Kahns, SPU McKenzie Warren, CU
Mark 7.63 24/54 24.78 56.11 2:10.37 2:10.68 2:12.87 2:13.00 4:52.89 4:53.09 4:54.60 9:30.70 9:31/08 16:2.989 8.70 3:47.22 11:39.24 11:39.36 11:42.22 11:50.03 3.80/12-5.5 3.78/12-4.75 3/63/11-10.75 17.62/57-9.75
Rank Date T-17th 1/28/17 T-10th 1/28/17 T-20th 2/4/17 T-13th 2/10/17 8th 2/4/17 11th 2/12/17 18th 2/10/17 20th 2/4/17 11th 2/10/17 13th 2/10/17 19th 1/28/17 6th 1/28/17 7th 2/12/17 4th 2/10/17+ T-19th 2/12/17 8th 1/28/17 5th 2/10/17 6th 1/27/17 8th 1/27/16 15th 2/10/17 9th 2/4/17 10th 2/12/17 T-20th 2/12/17 1st 1/21/17 *#$
NOTE: Concordia ineligible for NCAA Championships qualification. Marks shown for reference and comparsion. * - GNAC record + - NCAA Championships automatic qualifying mark # - USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships qualifying mark
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Meet Schedule FRI., FEB. 17 Field Events (Finals) 3:30 p.m. Women’s Weight Throw 3:45 p.m. Men’s Pole Vault 4 p.m. Women’s Long Jump 4:30 p.m. Men’s High Jump 5:30 p.m. Men’s Long Jump 6 p.m. Men’s Weight Throw
SAT., FEB. 18 Field Events (Finals) 10 a.m. Women’s Shot Put 10:15 a.m. Women’s High Jump 10:30 a.m. Men’s Triple Jump 11:15 a.m. Women’s Triple Jump 12:30 p.m. Men’s Shot Put 1 p.m. Women’s Pole Vault
Running Events 2 p.m. National Anthems 2:15 p.m. Women’s Pentathlon 800 Meters (approximate) 2:30 p.m. Women’s 60 Meter Hurdles (Preliminaries) 2:45 p.m. Men’s 60 Meter Hurdles (Preliminaries) 3:05 p.m. Women’s 60 Meters (Preliminaries) 3:20 p.m. Men’s 60 Meters (Preliminaries) 3:35 p.m. Women’s 400 Meters (Preliminaries) 4:05 p.m. Men’s 400 Meters (Preliminaries) 4:35 p.m. Women’s 800 Meters (Preliminaries) 4:50 p.m. Men’s 800 Meters (Preliminaries) 5:05 p.m. Women’s 200 Meters (Preliminaries) 5:35 p.m. Men’s 200 Meters (Preliminaries) 6:05 p.m. Women’s 5,000 Meters (Final) 6:30 p.m. Men’s 5,000 Meters (Final) 6:55 p.m. Women’s Distance Medley (Final) 7:15 p.m. Men’s Distance Medley (Final)
Running Events 11 a.m. Opening Ceremony 11:25 a.m. Women’s Mile Run (Final) 11:45 a.m. Men’s Mile Run (Final) 12:05 p.m. Women’s 60 Meter Hurdles (Final) 12:15 p.m. Men’s 60 Meter Hurdles (Final) 12:20 p.m. Men’s Heptathlon 1,000 Meters (approximate) 12:25 p.m. Women’s 400 Meter Dash (Final) 12:35 p.m. Men’s 400 Meter Dash (Final) 12:45 p.m. Women’s 60 Meter Dash (Final) 12:55 p.m. Men’s 60 Meter Dash (Final) 1:05 p.m. Women’s 800 Meter Run (Final) 1:20 p.m. Men’s 800 Meter Run (Final) 1:35 p.m. Women’s 200 Meter Dash (Final) 1:45 p.m. Men’s 200 Meter Dash (Final) 1:55 p.m. Women’s 3,000 Meters (Final) 2:35 p.m. Men’s 3,000 Meters (Final) 3:15 p.m. Women’s 1,600 Meter Relay (Final) 3:30 p.m. Men’s 1,600 Meter Relay (Final) 4 p.m. Awards Ceremony
NOTE: Meet schedule is subject to change.
MULTI-EVENT SCHEDULE Men’s Heptathlon Fri., Feb. 17 9 a.m. 60 Meter Dash 9:45 a.m. Long Jump* 11 a.m. Shot Put* 12:10 p.m. High Jump*
Women’s Pentathlon Fri., Feb. 17 9:15 a.m. 60 Meter Hurdles 10 a.m. High Jump* 12 p.m. Shot Put* 1 p.m. Long Jump* 2:15 p.m. 800 Meter Run*
Sat., Feb. 18 9:30 a.m. 60 Meter Hurdles 10:15 a.m. Pole Vault* 12:20 p.m. 1,000 Meter Run* * - Estimated start time. Each event will begin 30 minutes after conclusion of previous event.
Published on Feb 14, 2017
The official program for the 2017 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships, Feb. 17-18 in Nampa, Idaho.