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2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships TABLE OF CONTENTS About Puget Sound/Tacoma..........................................................Page 3 About the Northwest Conference.................................................Page 4 About Baker Stadium.......................................................................Page 5 NWC, Championship, and Baker Stadium records..........Pages 6-7 Men’s NWC Championship preview...........................................Page 8 Men’s NWC Championship history..............................................Page 9 Men’s NWC Student-Athletes of the Week...................Pages 10-11 Women’s NWC Championship preview.................................. Page 12 Women’s NWC Championship history..................................... Page 13 Women’s NWC Student-Athletes of the Week.............Pages 14-15 2014 NWC top men’s times....................................................... Page 16 2014 NWC top women’s times................................................. Page 17 Nationally ranked athletes.......................................................... Page 18 Team roster pages.................................................................Pages 19-22 Meet schedule............................................................................Back Cover


2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships PUGET SOUND Home for Puget Sound is the creative urban city of Tacoma, Wash., in the pioneering Pacific Northwest. Puget Sound is a community proud to be many things. The student body consists of approximately 2,600 individuals all working hard toward unique goals while engaging the world around them in diverse ways. Many Puget Sound students take on multiple minors, major in interdisciplinary fields, and travel abroad. Some perform at Puget Sound’s renowned School of Music while pursuing degrees in over 50 academic fields. They take on internships, build apps, and start companies as part of the Business and Leadership Program. Many join one of the more than 100 student-run organizations on campus, and sometimes even start their own. Still others do experiments in nearby waterways, mountains, and national parks, or in science lab facilities ranked top 20 in the nation by The Princeton Review. Puget Sound professors personally know their students and receive more Carnegie Foundation teaching awards than any other college in the state.

TACOMA, WASHINGTON Known for its world-renowned glass art, Tacoma’s vibrant urban core is alive with culture. Find yourself surrounded by creativity and city sophistication when you eat, shop and stroll Tacoma’s downtown. The friendly city inspires many to celebrate the melding of old and new. See historic architecture amidst urban design. The city’s many districts abound with culture. Stroll the museum district where you can explore art, glass and history. Wander amongst the eclectic mix of upbeat restaurants and music venues on Sixth Avenue. Shop the unique boutiques in the historic Proctor and Stadium districts, which bustle with foot traffic. Rooted in the arts, Tacoma is the place to be.

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2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships NORTHWEST CONFERENCE The nine private colleges and universities in Oregon and Washington that form the Northwest Conference are building a strong reputation as one of the top NCAA Division III leagues in the nation. Formed in 1926, the NWC has experienced a few membership and national affiliation changes during its 87-year existence. It is one of the oldest conferences in the western United States. The conference’s current members in Oregon are George Fox, Linfield, Lewis and Clark, Pacific, and Willamette. Members located in Washington include Pacific Lutheran, Puget Sound, Whitman and Whitworth. The College of Idaho, Linfield, Pacific, Puget Sound, Whitman and Willamette are all charter members of the conference. Albany College was added in 1931, remained for seven years, and then returned in 1949 as Lewis & Clark College. Pacific Lutheran joined in 1965 and was followed by Whitworth in 1970. The College of Idaho withdrew from the conference in 1978. Whitworth dropped out in 1984 and returned in 1988. Menlo joined in 2006 as a member in football only and withdrew after 2009. The NWC is nationally competitive in a wide spectrum of sports. Its members have won eight NCAA Division III National Championships: Pacific Lutheran football in 1999, Linfield football and George Fox baseball in 2004, Linfield softball in 2007, George Fox women’s basketball in 2009, Linfield softball in 2011, Pacific Lutheran softball in 2012, and Linfield baseball in 2013.

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The NWC offers championships in 18 sports (nine men’s and nine women’s). The NWC originally sponsored athletic competition for men’s sports only, but later joined forces with the Women’s Conference of Independent Colleges (WCIC) in 1984 to create the Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges (NCIC). The name was shortened to the original Northwest Conference in 1998. Also in 1998, all nine NWC members shifted affiliation from the NAIA to the NCAA. Members knew the move would foster equity, sportsmanship and a genuine concern for all student-athletes.


2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships BAKER STADIUM, PEYTON FIELD, AND SHOTWELL TRACK In 1964, prominent Tacoma businessman John S. Baker supplied the university with a grant to construct a new stadium to be used for athletics. The facility was a major upgrade from the area between Todd Field and Union Avenue where the Loggers used to suit up for home games, granting fans a first-rate experience at Puget Sound home games. Today, Baker Stadium has a covered seating capacity of 3000 and uncovered seating for 500. In addition to being the site of the University’s Commencement Ceremony, Logger football, soccer, track and field, and women’s lacrosse call Baker Stadium home. Peyton Field is named in honor of Joe Peyton, a Puget Sound alumnus, star athlete, and long-time coach and faculty member of the university. The field was dedicated to Peyton on April 29, 2003. Peyton passed away unexpectedly on July 2, less than three months after the dedication. This beautiful facility, built in his honor, is a lasting legacy to his accomplishments as a teacher, coach, citizen and friend.

Surrounding Peyton Field is Don Shotwell Track, aptly named after the former Puget Sound football player and Tacoma contractor who made numerous contributions to Logger Athletics and many other programs on campus. During the 2002-2003 school year, several upgrades were made to the field and stadium to enhance the experience of Logger student-athletes and fans. The track was widened from six lanes to eight and covered in a 400-meter polyurethane surface, allowing the university to host championship track meets. The all-weather surface was given a complete trench-drainage system, allowing for year-round usage. All other track and field events - high jump, long jump, triple jump, pole vault, steeple chase, shot put, discus, and javelin throw - were relocated to the east and west ends of the field and renovated to NCAA standards. Baker Stadium has hosted two previous Northwest Conference championships in 2004 and 2007. It was also used as a fill-in for historic Hayward Field in the 1997 film “Prefontaine”, a biopic of distance runner Steve Prefontaine.

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NWC, Championship, and Baker Stadium Records MEN Event

NWC

Pole Vault 17’4.5” - 1993 Curt Heywood - Linfield High Jump 7’2” - 1996 Scott Radetich - Linfield Long Jump 24’0.25” - 1970 Randy Fike - Lewis & Clark Triple Jump 50’6” - 1984 Tommy Stewart - Whitworth Shot Put 59’2” - 2013 Carter Comito - Whitworth Discus 203’5” - 2013 Carter Comito - Whitworth Javelin (IAAF) 224’11” - 1998 Davy Logue - Pacific Lutheran Hammer Throw 196’4” - 4/17/14 Keegan Shea - Whitworth 100m 10.54 - 1969 David Freundschuh - Linfield 200m 20.58 - 1973 Keith Shriver - Linfield 400m 45.98 - 1997 Ryan Channey - George Fox 800m 1:47.34 - 2006 Nick Symmonds - Willamette 1500m 3:45.06 - 1996 Mike Miller - Linfield Steeplechase 8:50.56 - 1984 Mike Smith - Whitworth 5000m 14:10.9 - 1976 Dan Hall - Whitworth 10,000m 29:21.9 - 1972 Tom Hale - Whitworth 110m Hurdles 14.02 - 1995 Nolan Toso - Pacific Lutheran 400m Hurdles 51.64 - 1958 Dave Klicker - Whitman 400m Relay 41.35 - 1992 Linfield 1600m Relay 3:09.49 - 1976 Linfield Decathalon 7516 points - 1981 Doug Larson - Whitworth 6

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Baker Stadium

17’0” - 1994 16’6” - 4/18/1992 Curt Heywood - Linfield Curt Heywood - Linfield 6’10.25” - 5/2/1997 6’10.75” - 4/10/2004 Travis Olson - Linfield Jeff Skiba - Unattached 23’11.75” - 1973 23’11.5” - 4/22/1995 Randy Fike - Lewis & Clark Rob Rising - Central Wash. 49’1.5” - 1984 50’5” - 4/17/1993 Tommy Stewart - Whitworth James McCann- Western Ore. 59’2” - 4/27/13 57’4” - 6/3/1967 Carter Comito - Whitworth John Allamano - Wash. 195’3” - 4/26/13 186’8” - 3/30/2013 Carter Comito - Whitworth Carter Comito - Whitworth 216’6” - 4/23/11 222’5” - 4/1/2013 Alex Hymel - Whitworth Braden Keller - Central Wash. 193’4” - 1994 (*) 225’2” - 3/17/07 Jason Thiel - PLU Adam Midles - USC 10.65 - 4/26/03 10.65 - 4/18/1998 Chris Boock - Linfield Ricardo Colon - Clackamas CC Ben Salisbury - George Fox 21.22 - 1973 21.5 - 5/1/1982 Ray Fabian - Whitworth Erick Krauss - Portland 47.86 - 1973 46.87 - 4/17/1999 Carl Shaw Linfield Derek Prior - Unattached 1:51.55 - 1974 1:50.6 - 4/20/1991 John Lier - Whitman Ted Hamlin - Seattle Pacific 3:49.34 - 1997 3:52.1- 4/23/1988 Tim Williams - Linfield Todd Bearny - Highline CC 9:01.55 - 4/23/05 9:01.0 - 4/18/1998 Aaron Hollingshead - Willamette Eric Tollefson - Unattached 14:29.94 - 1983 14:11.8 - 5/18/1974 Kris Mueller - Linfield Jim Johnson - CNW 30:28.84 - 1983 30:20.00 - 3/5/2005 Kris Mueller - Linfield Eric Tollefson - Unattached 14.41 - 1994 14.1 - 6/3/1967 Nolan Toso - Pacific Lutheran Bill Roe - Wash. 52.30 - 5/3/97 53.11 - 4/20/1991 David Parker - George Fox Goreal Hudson - Central Wash. 41.69 - 4/21/07 41.40 - 4/17/1993 Linfield Western Oregon State 3:15.80 - 1973 3.16.67 - 4/18/1992 Linfield Central Wash. 7225 points - 4/15 - 16/97 7003 points - 4/13 - 14/2009 Karl Lerum - Pacific Lutheran Josh Lovell - Linfield *Pacific Lutheran facility record for hammer throw


NWC, Championship, and Baker Stadium Records WOMEN Event

Pole Vault High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin Javelin (pre - 1999) Hammer 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 5000m 10,000m 100m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 3000m Steeplechase 400m Relay 1600m Relay Heptathlon

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13’11.25” - 2012 Catherine Street - Linfield 5’9.75” - 1996 Nancy Rissmiller - George Fox 19’4.5” - 1996 Saran Patillo - Willamette 39’4” - 1994 Tracy Fox - Pacific Lutheran 48’11.75” - 1990 Carrie Pietig - Willamette 167’4” - 1990 Carrie Pietig - Willamette 156’2” - 5/25/13 Beth Stam - George Fox 168’2” - 1986 Carol Wester - George Fox 184’4” - 2009 Taylor Hackett - Pacific Lutheran 11.70 - 2004 Kristen Shields - Whitworth 24.52 - 1999 Christine Axley - Pacific Lutheran 54.82 - 1976 Sharon Canda - Willamette 2:07.11 - 1992 Patty Ley - Pacific Lutheran 4:15.61 - 1992 Patty Ley - Pacific Lutheran 16:28.54 - 2007 Sarah Zerzan - Willamette 35:07.36 - 1999 Dana Boyle - Puget Sound 14.21 - 2011 Irene Johnson - George Fox 59.16 - 2001 Amber Larson - Linfield 10:38.05 - 4/24/09 Kimber Mattox - Willamette 47.18 - 5/4/99 Pacific Lutheran 3:53.20 - 4/21/07 Willamette 4920 points - 2012 Alexis Arnold - George Fox

NWC Championship

Baker Stadium

13’9.75” - 4/18/12 13’3” - 5/5/08 Catherine Street - Linfield Jennie Sewell - Club NW 5’7.25” - 4/24/05 5’8” - 4/22/95 Michelle Forbes - George Fox Corrina Wolf - Simon Fraser 19’2.75” - 4/21/06 19’2” - 4/18/92 Kate Ross - Lewis & Clark Stephanie Libbyl - Willamette 39’1” - 4/28/02 39’0.25” - 4/17/99 Kelsey Baron - George Fox Jane Wallace - Western Wash. 47’10.5” - 1989 48’6.5” - 3/21/81 Carrie Pietig - Willamette J. Luebke - West Valley CC. 148’10” - 5/5/00 155’9” - 5/2/81 Mari Ruiz - Whitman Marcia Mechlenberg - Unattached 150’8” - 4/23/11 169’6” - 4/5/14 Beth Stam - George Fox Bethany Drake - Western Wash. 156’10” - 1985 166’3” - 4/23/88 Regina Norris - Pacific Patricia Perry - Puget Sound 172’4” - 4/21/06 (*) 184’8” - 3/14/09 Lindsey Blankenship - George Fox Taylor Hacker - Pacific Lutheran 12.04 - 5/2/98 11.89 - 4/5/14 Melody Sherman - Linfield Princess Griffey - Christ Life 24.52 - 5/1/99 24.28 - 4/5/14 Christine Axley - Pacific Lutheran Princess Griffey - Christ Life 55.34 - 1989 55.4 - 5/3/80 Kari Larson - Lewis & Clark Rhonda Bell - Bellevue CC. 2:11.53 - 1992 2:10.9 - 4/25/87 Patty Ley - Pacific Lutheran Laura Johnson - Unattached 4:26.87 - 1992 4:33.87 - 4/21/07 Patty Ley - Pacific Lutheran Sarah Zerzan - Willamette 16:52.51 - 5/1/99 16:45.5 - 4/26/86 Dana Boyle - Puget Sound Debbie Myra - Portland State 36:23.88 - 4/24/04 35:07.86 - 4/17/99 Leslie Nelson - Whitworth Dana Boyle - Puget Sound 14.38 - 5/1/99 14.41 - 4/20/96 Maile Barrett - Lewis & Clark Amy Cameron - Western Wash. 59.57 - 5/4/01 62.05 - 4/24/04 Amber Larson - Linfield Carrie Larsen - Pacific Lutheran 10:38.05 - 4/24/09 10:38.57 - 3/8/08 Kimber Mattox - Willamette Sarna Becker - Club NW 47.18 - 5/4/99 47.50 - 4/22/95 Pacific Lutheran Pacific Lutheran 3:53.20 - 4/21/07 3:51.61 - 4/22/95 Willamette Pacific Lutheran 4725 points - 4/12 - 13/99 4605 points - 3/24/92 Kristi Osborne - Pacific Lutheran Mindy Johnson - Montana *Pacific Lutheran facility record for hammer throw 7


2014 NWC Track and Field Men’s Championships Preview CLEARS AND JUMPS In the pole vault, last year’s runner-up, Whitworth’s Joseph Green, enters the meet with the NWC’s highest clearance this year, clearing 4.81 meters. Two freshmen – Everett Kleven from Whitworth and Michael Teves from Pacific – are second and third with bests of 4.45 meters and 4.42 meters. Three-year high jump winner Frank Lima has graduated and three competitors enter the NWC meet vying to replace him. Budweiser Hawkins and Kelson Kawai of Pacific and Whitworth’s Lucas McGill all lead the conference with clears of 2.00 meters, and two more Pirates are within 0.04 meters of that mark. Hawkins also is the No. 1 seed in the long jump with a leap of 6.88 meters. Teammate Jeremy Parkinson is hot on Hawkins’ tail with a jump of 6.85 meters. Three freshmen look to tally a conference win in the triple jump during their first year of competition. Linfield’s Kennedy Johnson enters with the longest jump in the conference at 14.01 meters while fellow Wildcat Eric Igbinoba is second with a mark of 13.61. Whitworth’s new face, Ryan Otterholt is third at 13.04 meters. THROWS 2013 runner-up Kyle Peart of Pacific Lutheran enters the 2014 meet with the best conference mark in the shot put at 15.95 meters. Whitworth’s Corey Burt sits in second with a distance of 15.82 meters. Two other athletes have shot put marks above 15 meters. There’ll be a new champion in the discus throw as last year’s winner, Whitworth’s Carter Comito, has graduated. Pacific’s Jesse Bethke is at the head of the line after tallying the longest throw 8

at 45.86 meters. He has a 1.75-meter lead on Arick Morrell of George Fox, who’s in second at 44.11 meters. In the javelin throw, Willamette’s Jordan Loos has the longest throw of 2014 with a distance of 61.68 meters. Last year’s runner-up, Chase Wright, is second with a 61.46 meter mark, and fellow Pirate Tyler Coopman is third with a mark of 60.40 meters. Three seniors sit atop the men’s hammer leaderboard. Last year’s champion, Keegan Shea of Whitworth has the longest throw so far in the NWC with a mark of 59.85 meters. Peart is second with a hammer throw of 56.97, while George Fox’s Morrell sits one meter behind at 55.65. SPRINTS AND HURDLES Pacific’s Michael Zane is tied for first in the 100 meter dash and second in the 200. He is tied with Lewis & Clark’s Curtis Shirey for the 100m lead with a mark of 10.91, and Zane is 0.2 behind Willamette senior and defending champion Tom Fiechtner. Three NWC athletes have run a sub50.00 400 meter dash. Freshman Jake Mihelich of Linfield has a time of 48.93, Alex Hardlund of Whitworth is second with a time of 49.64, and the Bruins’ Will Lawrence is right behind at 49.75. Whitworth has the top two runners in the 110 meter high hurdles with Jonathan Hoff leading with at 14.83 and Casey Monahan second at 14.93. In the 400 meter hurdles, the Pioneers’ Kodie Artner and Pirates’ Alex Hardlund have both gone under 57 seconds at 56.09 and 56.52, respectively. MID AND LONG DISTANCES George Fox’s Will Lawrence looks

to defend his title in the 800 meter run and enters the 2014 conference meet with the fastest time at 1:52.05. He and William Wren of Whitworth (1:52.91) are nearly three seconds faster than the field. Two Bearcats hold the fastest times in the 1500 meter run as Kit Kingstad has a best mark of 3:56.20 and Daniel Swanson is at 3:58.00 even. Two Bruins are within a second of Swanson with Cody Thompson checking in at 3:58.45 and Joseph Pia at 3:59.00. Pacific’s Tyler Shipley looks to defend his titles in both the 5,000 and 10,000 meter runs, holding a 5K time of 15:01.51 and 10K mark of 30:24.44. Two competitors are within 10 seconds of Shipley’s 5K mark, but Shipley holds first in the 10K by 2.5 minutes. In the 3000 meter steeplechase, Willamette’s Jacob Shafi is in first with a mark of 9:32.50, less than two seconds faster than Josh Seekatz of Puget Sound. RELAYS Both of last year’s relay winners enter the 2014 meet with the top seed. Willamette’s 400 meter relay team has a mark of 42.11 this year, while Whitworth has run the 1,600 meter relay in 3:21.30. TEAM TITLE Whitworth looks to extend its conference title streak to five years, winning the team title every year since 2010. The Pirates boast six of the year’s top marks, and they prove their depth with top-five performances in 17 different events. Whitworth enters the 2014 NWC Championships with a first-place finish already as Peter Delap won the men’s decathlon held April 14-15 in Salem, Ore.


NWC Track and Field Men’s Championships History

RECENT TEAM RESULTS

2013 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

2013 - Salem, Ore.

Pole Vault 1. Chibron Tomeo, Whitworth 16’1.75” 2. Joseph Green, Whitworth 15’0.25” High Jump 1. Frank Lima, Whitworth 6’9.50” 2. Kelson Kawai, Pacific 6’6.25” Long Jump 1. Tyler Guinn, Whitworth 23’2.5” 2. Budweiser Hawkins III, Pacific 22’11.25” Triple Jump 1. Kelson Kawai, Pacific 44’6.25” 2. Carson Kennedy, Willamette 44’4” Shot Put 1. Carter Comito, Whitworth 59’2” 2. Kyle Peart, Pacific Lutheran 53’8.25” Discus 1. Carter Comito, Whitworth 195’3.25” 2. Samuel Wright, Whitworth 149’4.75” Javelin 1. Joseph Ingman, Whitworth 212’09” 2. Chase Wright, Whitworth 204’9” Hammer 1. Keegan Shea, Whitworth 191’11” 2. Kyle Peart, Pacific Lutheran 183’6.75” 100m 1. I.V. Reeves, Pacific Lutheran 10.94 2. Dylan Jones, Willamette 11.05 200m 1. Tom Fletchner, Willamette 22.10 2. Michael Zane, Pacific 22.43 400m 1. Nick Gosselin, Whitworth 49.39 2. Tom Fletchner, Willamette 49.47 800m 1. Will Lawrence, George Fox 1:56.13 2. William Wren, Whitworth 1:56.18 1500m 1. Jarrod Nixon, Lewis & Clark 4:00.31 2. Kit Kingstad, Willamettte 4:00.34 5000m 1. Tyler Shipley, Pacific 15:10.26 2. Samuel Smith, Lewis & Clark 15:15.35 10,000m 1. Tyler Shipley, Pacific 31:58.63 2. Matt Klein, Puget Sound 32:07.56 110m 1. Casey Monohan, Whitworth 14.94 Hurdles 2. Carson Kennedy, Willamette 15.50 400m 1. Kodie Artner, Lewis & Clark 54.82 Hurdles 2. David Fisher, Pacific Lutheran 55.01 3000m 1. Matthew Edwards, Whitworth 9:36.62 Steeple 2. Joshua Seekatz, Puget Sound 9:41.08 400m 1. Willamette 42.06 Relay 2. Whitworth 42.54 1600m 1. Whitworth 3:20.35 Relay 2. Willamette 3:22.47 Decathlon 1. Joe Cerne, Puget Sound 6321 points 2. Carson Kennedy, Willamette 6190 points

Host - Willamette

2012 - Parkland, Wash. Host - Pacific Lutheran

1. Whitworth

287 pts. 1. Whitworth

2. Willamette 3. Pacific 4. Pacific Lutheran 5. Puget Sound 6. Lewis & Clark 7. George Fox 8. Linfield

132 pts. 122 pts. 95 pts. 64 pts. 55 pts. 47 pts. 16 pts.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

270 pts.

Willamette 132 pts. Pacific Lutheran 124 pts. Linfield 99.5 pts. George Fox 58 pts. Pacific 50.5 pts. Puget Sound 48 pts. Lewis & Clark 34 pts.

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Whitworth Whitworth Whitworth Whitworth Willamette Whitworth Linfield Willamette Willamette Willamette Willamette Willamette Whitworth Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Linfield Linfield Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Linfield Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Willamette Willamette Willamette

1984 Willamette 1983 Willamette 1982 Willamette 1981 Willamette 1980 Linfield 1979 Willamette 1978 Willamette 1977 Lewis & Clark 1976 Linfield 1975 Linfield 1974 Linfield 1973 Linfield 1972 Whitworth 1971 Pacific Luth. 1970 Willamette 1969 Lewis & Clark 1968 Lewis & Clark 1967 Lewis & Clark 1966 Willamette 1965 Lewis & Clark 1964 Lewis & Clark 1963 Lewis & Clark 1962 Lewis & Clark 1961 Willamette 1960 Lewis & Clark 1959 Lewis & Clark 1958 Whitman 1957 Whitman 1956 Lewis & Clark

1955 Whitman 1954 Lewis & Clark 1953 Willamtte 1952 Willamette 1951 Willamette 1950 Lewis & Clark 1949 Lewis & Clark 1948 British Colombia 1947 British Colombia 1946 Whitman 1943 Whitman 1942 Whitman 1941 Rained Out 1940 Whitman 1939 Whitman 1938 Whitman 1937 Whitman 1936 Linfield 1935 Whitman 1934 Whitman 1933 Pacific Luth. 1932 Whitman 1931 Whitman 1930 Whitman 1929 Whitman 1928 Whitman 1927 Whitman 1926 C. of Idaho

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2014 NWC Track and Field Men’s Athletes of the Week Week One: February 24 - March 2

Tevon Stephens-Brown - Pacific Lutheran - Jr. Stephens-Brown opened the 2014 spring season with a pair of top-three finishes in his three events at the Erik Anderson Icebreaker. He won the shot put (14.83m) and finished third in the hammer (49.49m) to go with a 13th-place throw in the discus (37.54m).

Tyler Shipley - Pacific - So.

Week Three: March 10 - March 16

Daniel Swanson - Willamette - Jr. Swanson placed 4th in the 1,500-meter run behind three NCAA Division II runners at the Lane Preview. His time of 3:58.63 ranked No. 1 in the NWC and No. 5 in NCAA Division III.

Ezekiel Smith - George Fox - Sr.

Shipley won his first race of the outdoor season and in the process broke Pacific’s 36-year-old record in the 10,000 meters (previous record, 31:21.2, Russ Rodriguez, 1978). The time (31:06.59) was a 52-second improvement over his best time as a freshman.

Smith used solid efforts in the field events to win the Boxer Combined Events decathlon with 6,138 points, which ranked No. 1 in the nation at the time. His pole vault was 16th nationally, discus 25th, and high jump 35th. In track events, he won the 100 and the 400, with his 400 time of 50.91, 18th nationally.

Week Two: March 3 - March 9

Week Four: March 17 - March 23

Budweiser Hawkins - Pacific - Jr.

Stephen Cooper - Whitworth - Sr.

Hawkins opened his track and field season with a great performance in the long jump. The performance (6.83m) was six inches off his personal best and was the NWC best and No. 4 in NCAA Division III at the time.

Cooper set a new Boppell Track record with a Division III-leading 6644 points to win the men’s decathlon at the Buc Scoring Invite. He finished first in five of the events and second in the other five events. His 6’5” height in the high jump moved in into ninth on the DIII performance list, while his 176’ 3” javelin toss moved into 22nd.

Joshua Seekatz - Puget Sound - Jr. Seekatz ran the conference’s second-fastest 5,000m (15:19.46) at the time and was the fastest Division III runner in the 1500m (4:08.34) at the PLU Invitational. He also qualified for NWC Championship meet in both events. Budweiser Hawkins of Pacific leads the NWC in the long jump (6.88m) and the high jump (2.00m). He earned Athlete of the Week in week 2 for a thenconference leading leap of 6.83 meters.

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Michael Zane - Pacific - Jr. Zane became the first Pacific athlete since 1976 to break 11 seconds in the 100 meters and is now No. 5 in school history (10.91). Additionally, the mark topped the NWC and was No. 11 among Division III athletes.

Ezekial Smith of George Fox ranks among the NWC’s top 10 in three events: the long jump, 400 meter dash, and the decathlon. Smith finished second at the NWC Multi Championships in Salem, Ore., April 14-15.


2014 NWC Track and Field Men’s Athletes of the Week Joe Green of Whitworth cleared 4.81 meters in the pole vault April 17 at the Whitworth Twilight Meet. The mark is the best in the conference.

Week Five: March 24 - March 30

Kyle Peart - Pacific Lutheran - Sr. Peart won a pair of events and broke his own hammer throw meet record at the Peyton Scoring Meet. Peart’s mark of 56.97m (186-11) surpassed his own meet record of 54.12m set in 2012 by more than nine feet.

Nicholas Gosselin - Whitworth - So. Gosselin was part of three meet records at the Peyton Scoring Meet. His winning times in both the 200-meter dash (22.73) and 400-meter dash (50.21) set meet records as an individual. He was also the first leg of the winning 4x400 meter relay team, whose time of 3:26.77 set a meet record as well. Week Six: March 31 - April 6

Joe Green - Whitworth - Jr. Green cleared a personal best height of 15’ 9” to finish second at the Sam Adams Classic. His height currently ties for 6th-best in Division III and leads the NWC competitors by over a foot. He was also the first leg of Whitworth’s winning 4x400 meter relay team.

Tyler Shipley - Pacific - So. Shipley smashed his school record in the 10,000 meters by 42 seconds (30:24.44) as he finished 11th amongst a field dominated by Division I and Division II talent at the SF State Distance Carnival. The time was the No. 1 mark in Division III this season for 12 hours and enters week seven as the No. 6 time in Division III. The performance marks of a 1:34 improvement over his 2013 season best in the event.

Week Seven: April 7 - April 13

Jordan Loos - Willamette - Jr. Loos threw the javelin a personal record 202’ 4.50” at the John Knight Twilight to move into second place on the NCAA Division III performance list for the season, taking fourth at the meet behind one NAIA and two Division II throwers. He is fifth on Willamette’s alltime list. In addition, Loos placed fifth in the hammer throw at the John Knight Twilight at 167’ 0.50”.

Tom Fiechtner - Willamette - Sr. Fiechtner recorded the fastest time in the Northwest Conference this season in the 200-meter dash while placing 2nd in 22.12 seconds at the John Knight Twilight. He was just .04 out of first place. He also ran the third leg on Willamette’s winning 4x100-meter relay team, which registered a time of 42.30 seconds. Week Eight: April 14 - April 20

Keegan Shea - Whitworth - Sr. Shea’s winning throw in the Whitworth Twilight of 196’ 4” in the hammer throw broke the Whitworth record in the event. He threw nearly 20 feet further than the second place finisher. Shea’s hammer throw mark moved him into fifth on the Division III performance list and propelled him the top of the NWC list.

Peter Delap - Whitworth - Sr. Delap won the men’s decathlon with a personal best 6731 points. He won four of the 10 events and finished second in two others. His point total was the Division III leader after Tuesday’s meet and currently holds the third-most points in DIII. 11


2014 NWC Track and Field Women’s Championships Preview CLEARS AND JUMPS George Fox junior Dannah Martin leads the conference in the pole vault with a clearance of 3.60 meters. She’s 0.2 meters ahead of a pair of Whitworth vaulters and 0.22 meters over three more athletes. In the high jump, last year’s first-, second-, and third-place finishers enter the 2014 Championships as the top-three athletes again. Maria Green, last year’s No. 2, has the highest clearance at 1.65 while Christina Dobbins, last year’s winner is No. 2 with a 1.63 mark. Taylor Ottomano is third with a clearance of 1.60. The long jump will have a new champion, and George Fox is in solid position to take that title. The Bruins have the top two long jumpers coming into the NWCs with Asia Greene first at 5.59 meters and Charity Arn at 5.53. The Bruins’ Rachael Adkins also leads the triple jump with a leap of 11.62 meters, 0.3 meters ahead of a couple of Willamette leapers. Rebekah Daniel is No. 2 at 11.29 meters and Elisa Ahern third at 11.13. THROWS The four throwing events are dominated by hurlers from Pacific Lutheran and Whitworth. Samantha Potter of Pacific Lutheran leads both the shot put and the discus throw with marks of 13.00 meters and 44.27 meters, respectively. Potter won the discus event last year and finished second in the shot put. Whitworth’s Mary Data is second in the shot put with a toss of 12.62 meters while the Pirates’ Courtney Fairhart is No. 2 in the discus with a throw of 42.71 meters. Two Pirates lead the hammer and javelin throws with Dakota Kliamovich tallying a 54.19 mark in the hammer and Kerry Wright a 46.02 tally in the javelin. They are followed by two Lutes as Pacific Lutheran’s Jorgina Moore is second in the hammer with a 48.77 toss. Stephanie McFarland is second in the javelin with a mark of 41.77 meters. Wright won the javelin throw in 2013 while Kliamovich took second in the weight throw last year. SPRINTS AND HURDLES George Fox’s Rachael Kraske looks to be a major threat in the three sprint distances and one hurdle race. The junior won both the 200 and 400 meter dash in 2013 and leads the conference in the 100m and 400m dash and the 400m hurdles this year. Her times include 12.38 in the 100, 57.70 in the 400, and 1:01.83 in the 400H. 12

Puget Sound’s Allanah Whitehall also hopes to make an impact on the meet in sprint races, leading the 200 meter times at 25.20 and second in the 100 at 12.47. Kraske’s teammate, Charity Arn, leads the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 14.73, but Linfield’s Dallas Edge is literally right on her tails at 14.74. Kraske isn’t far behind either, tallying a best time of 14.76. MID AND LONG DISTANCES Puget Sound’s Alicia Burns and Willamette’s Michaela Freeby will duke it out for control of the middle distance races. Burns leads the 800 meter run by nearly a second at 2:14.94. Freeby is second in the event at 2:15.93. Freeby holds the edge, however, in the 1500 meter run with a fast time of 4:38.34. Teammate Taylor Ostrander is second at that distance with a tiem of 4:39.60, and Burns is a distant third at 4:47.25. Freeby also holds the fastest times in two long distance events: the 5,000 meter run and 3,000 meter steeplechase. She’s tops in the steeplechase by two seconds and leads the 5K by three. The junior won the steeplechase in 2013 and finished second in the 5000m as well. This year, Ostrander has the second-fastest in both races as well. In the 10,000 meter run, Emily Painter of George Fox’s time of 36:10.87 leads the conference, eclipsing Kathryn Flyte’s mark of 36:47.00 by 37 seconds. Flyte, a senior for Puget Sound, set her mark in the first weekend of the season. She’s also third in the 5K, trailing by 38 seconds in that event. RELAYS George Fox and Puget Sound have the top two times in both relays with George Fox holding the edge in the 400 meter relay and the Loggers leading the 1600 meter relay. The Bruins’ mark of 48.87 in the 400m relay is 0.68 seconds faster the Loggers’ time in the event. Puget Sound maintains a slight lead in the 1600 meter relay with a time of 3:56.97, 0.02 seconds faster than the Bruins’ mark. TEAM TITLE George Fox has won the last two team titles, beating Willamette by just eight points in 2013. This year, the Bruins hold the top marks in 11 events, including the completed heptathlon, which Maria Green won at the NWC Mutli Championships April 14-15. The Bruins lead all four clears and jumps events and are in the top two of every short distance race.


NWC Track and Field Women’s Championships History RECENT TEAM RESULTS

2013 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

2013 - Salem, Ore.

Pole Vault 1. Kierstie Shellman, Whitworth 12’2” 2. Kelly Yelverton, Lewis & Clark 11’8” High Jump 1. Christina Dobbins, Whitworth 5’5.25” 2. Maria Green, George Fox 5’3.25” Long Jump 1. Emily Wyatt, George Fox 18’7.75” 2. Christina Dobbins, Whitworth 17’9” Triple Jump 1. Rebekah Daniel, Willamette 37’4” 2. Rachael Adkins, George Fox 37’1.75” Shot Put 1. Maris Gonzalez, Pacific Lutheran 41’5.25” 2. Samantha Potter, Pacific Lutheran 40’6.75” Discus 1. Samantha Potter, Pacific Lutheran 142’0.5” 2. Anna LeBeaume, Linfield 137’2.75” Javelin 1. Kerry Wright, Whitworth 148’9.25” 2. Beth Stam, George Fox 147’8” Hammer 1. Anna LaBeaume, Linfield 171’10.75” 2. Dakota Kliamovich, Whitworth 165’3.75” 100m 1. Emily Wyatt, George Fox 12.63 2. Kelli Aken-Pagdilao, Pacific 12.68 200m 1. Rachael Kraske, George Fox 26.19 2. Halsie Peek, Linfield 26.26 400m 1. Rachael Kraske, George Fox 58.82 2. Ashland Bernard, Willamette 59.48 800m 1. Erynn Rebol, Willamette 2:15.31 2. Stevie Glidehaus, Willamette 2:18.67 1500m 1. Heather Spurling, Lewis & Clark 4:40.67 2. Michaela Freeby, Willamette 4:41.63 5000m 1. Emily Thomas, Lewis & Clark 18:00.08 2. Michaela Freeby, Willamette 18:09.40 10,000m 1. Emily Thomas, Lewis & Clark 36:49.82 2. Christina Anderson, Whitworth 38:21.10 100m 1. Christina Dobbins, Whitworth 15.20 Hurdles 2. Rachael Kraske, George Fox 15.24 ]400m 1. Olivia Fleming, George Fox 1:05.26 Hurdles 2. Taryn Dee, Pacific Lutheran 1:05.34 3000m 1. Michaela Freeby, Willamette 11:06.01 Steeple 2. Stevie Glidehaus, Willamette 11:20.02 400m 1. Whitworth 49.30 Relay 2. George Fox 49.79 1600m 1. Willamette 4:00.39 Relay 2. George Fox 4:02.61 Heptathlon 1. Beth Stam, George Fox 4347 points 2. Charity Arn, George Fox 4341 points 13

Host - Willamette

2012 - Parkland, Wash. Host - Pacific Lutheran

1. George Fox 188.5 pts. 1. George Fox 207 pts. 2. Willamette 180.5 pts. 3. Whitworth 150 pts. 4. Lewis & Clark 80 pts. 5. Pacific Lutheran 74 pts. 6. Linfield 72 pts. 7. Puget Sound 41 pts. 8. Pacific 33 pts.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Willamette 173 pts. Linfield 117 pts. Whitworth 99.5 pts. Lewis & Clark 68 pts. Puget Sound 55.5 pts. Pacific Lutheran 54 pts. Pacific 43 pts.

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 2013 George Fox 2012 George Fox 2011 Willamette 2010 Willamette 2009 Willamette 2008 Willamette 2007 Willamette 2006 Willamette 2005 Willamette 2004 Willamette 2003 Willamette 2002 Willamette 2001 Willamette 2000 George Fox 1999 Pacific Luth. 1998 Pacific Luth.

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Pacific Luth. Linfield Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth. Pacific Luth.

1980 George Fox 1979 George Fox 1978 Willamette 1977 Linfield 1976 Willamette 1975 Willamette 1974 Willamette 1973 Pacific 1972 Pacific 1971 Lewis & Clark 1970 None 1969 Pacific 1968 Pacific 1967 Pacific

George Fox has won two consecutive NWC titles and looks to add to its collection with one in 2014.


2014 NWC Track and Field Women’s Athletes of the Week Week One: February 24 - March 2

Rebekah Daniel - Willamette - Jr. Daniel won the long jump at the Willamette Opener with a distance of 17’ 5.25”. She established a personal record by 4.5 inches and moved into a tie for 10th on Willamette’s all-time list. She was ranked #1 in the NWC and NCAA Division III.

Emily Thompson - Lewis & Clark - So. Thompson’s time in the 100 hurdles (16.96) ranked her 6th in Division III at the time while her 400m hurdle time (1:06.90) was the best in the country. Week Two: March 3 - March 9

Kerry Wright - Whitworth - So. Wright won the women’s javelin with a toss of 141’ 4”. Her mark was the second-best in Division III at the time.

Ellie Schmidt - Linfield - Jr. Schmidt swept the short sprints at the Rich Allen Classic in a pair of career-best times. She dropped 52-hundredths and moved into a tie for the 10th-fastest mark in Linfield history in the 100 meters (12.83) and also took three-tenths of a second off her previous best in the 200 (26.38). The junior also started off the Wildcats’ winning 4x100 relay team and anchored the second-place 4x400 squad

Kerry Wright of Whitworth is the NWC leader in the javelin throw and a a two-time Athlete of the Week. Week Three: March 10 - March 16

Kerry Wright - Whitworth - Jr. Wright broke her own Whitworth javelin record. Her 150’ 6” throw was not only the winning mark at the meet, it was the furthest throw in Division III at the time.

Rachel Kraske - George Fox - Jr. Kraske won the 400-meter dash at the Saints Open in Gresham, Ore., with a time of 57.70, the No. 1 time in the nation and the conference at the time and tying for 6th all-time at George Fox. Week Four: March 17 - March 23

Dakota Kliamovich - Whitworth - So. Kliamovich broke the school record and won the women’s hammer throw with a then-D III-leading toss of 172’ 10” at the Buc Scoring Invite on March 20.

Dallas Edge - Linfield - Fr.

Rebecca Daniel of Willamette has three top-five times and recently took third in the heptathlon at NWC Multis. 14

Edge broke a 13-year program record in the 100-meter hurdles, winning the event at the Lewis & Clark Spring Break Open in 14.74 seconds, the third fastest time in NCAA Division III as of then. She also clocked a sub-13 second performance in a third-place finish in the open 100 (12.98) and was a member of Linfield’s winning 4x100 (49.73) and 4x400 (4:05.59) relay teams.


2014 NWC Track and Field Women’s Athletes of the Week Week Five: March 24 - March 30

Rachel Adkins - George Fox - Sr. Adkins won the triple jump at the Westmont Classic with a distance of 11.62m. Her mark tied for the top spot in the nation with Amanda Hamilton of Cal Lutheran and is tops in the Northwest Conference as well as No. 2 all-time at George Fox. She also finished 5th in the long jump with a 5.30m, but already had a 5.32m earlier in the season.

Alicia Burns - Puget Sound - Sr. Burns helped her 4x400 meter relay squad run a sub-4:00 relay for first time in over 17 years. The relay’s time of 3:59.17 set a Peyton Scoring Meet record and was the second-fastest NWC mark at the time. Burns also set a meet record in 800-meter run with time of 2:19.86 and won the 400-meter dash with a mark of 1:00.02. She did not lose a race over the weekend. Week Six: March 31 - April 6

Asia Greene - George Fox - So. Greene finished 3rd and tops among D-III athletes at the Linfield Jenn Boymann Invitational in the long jump with a distance of 18-4.25/5.59. Her mark is tops in the NWC this spring, 7th in D-III, and 7th altime at George Fox.

Emily Painter - George Fox - Jr. Painter ran the second-fastest time in the women’s 10,000 meter run in Division III at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival April 4. She finished sixth overall behind four NCAA Division I runners and one from the NAIA with a time of 36:10.87. Her mark is the best in the NWC and ranks as the Bruins’ second-best alltime 10,000 to a 34:25.74 by All-American Jill Beals in 1992.

Rachel Adkins of George Fox leads the conference in the triple jump and is fourth in the long jump.

Week Seven: April 7 - April 13

Dannah Martin - George Fox - Jr. Martin won the pole vault at the Pacific Luau by clearing the bar at 3.60 meters. The mark improved her lead in the conference and moved her into 13th on the D-III top 50 list for the week. She also took sole possession of 3rd place on the all-time George Fox list.

Rachel Kraske - George Fox - Jr. Kraske was everywhere at the Pacific Luau. Her 400 hurdles time of 1:01.83 broke the Lincoln Park Stadium record, improved her standing atop the Northwest Conference and third place on the GFU alltime list, and was second in the nation. Her 100 time of 12.38 improved her conference lead and 5th place at GFU, and ranked 21st nationally. Week Eight: April 14 - April 20

Anna LaBeaume - Linfield - Sr. LaBeaume was the only double-event winner in the field events at the Lewis & Clark Open, topping the field in the discus and hammer throws. She also was runner-up in the hammer. The senior threw the discus 39.50 meters, the hammer 47.34m and the shot put 11.71m.

Allanah Whitehall - Puget Sound - So. Whitehall won the 200 meter dash with a mark of 25.31, beating out many D2 athletes. Whitehall’s mark was just 0.11 seconds off her NWC-leading time of 25.20. She also anchored the Loggers’ 4x100 meter relay squad that ran in 49.55, the second-fastest time in the NWC. She finished second in the 100m as well. 15


2014 NWC Track and Field Men’s Top Times List Top 10 times listed

POLE VAULT 1. Joseph Green 2. Everett Kleven 3. Michael Teves 4. Deion Mock 5. Ignacio Ibarra 6. Joe Cerne 6. Peter Delap 8. C. Braithwaite 9. Bjorn Hansen 10. Jeremy Jackson

WTW WTW PAC L&C PLU PS WTW PS L&C PLU

4.80m 4.45m 4.42m 4.28m 4.27m 4.20m 4.20m 4.14m 4.13m 4.12m

Budweiser Hawkins PAC Kelson Kawai PAC Lucas McGill WTW Peter Delap WTW Stephan Cooper WTW Ryan Braden GF Devin Geiger GF Steven Holland LIN Jeremy Parkinson PAC Phillip Terrel WTW

2.00m 2.00m 2.00m 1.98m 1.96m 1.91m 1.90m 1.85m 1.85m 1.85m

HIGH JUMP

1. 1. 1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8.

LONG JUMP

1. Budweiser Hawkins PAC 2. Jeremy Parkinson PAC 3. Jonathan Hoff WTW 4. Michael Morikawa GF 5. Kennedy Johnson LIN 6. Peter Delap WTW 7. Ezekiel Smith GF 8. Dane Larson WTW 9. C. Braithwaite PS 10. Ryan Braden GF

TRIPLE JUMP

1. Kennedy Johnson LIN 2. Eric Igbinoba LIN 3. Ryan Otterholt WTW 4. C. Braithwaite PS 5. Jeremy Parkinson PAC 6. Dane Larson WTW 7. Kelson Kawai PAC 8. Erich VanBergen GF 9. I.V Reeves PLU

SHOT PUT

1. Kyle Peart PLU 2. Corey Burt WTW 3. T. Stephens-Brown PLU 4. Tyler Higley WIL 5. Lucas Hatton PLU 6. Brendan Peterson PLU 7. Matt DeRosa L&C 8. Hans Lehndorff WIL 9. Chandler Breaux PS 10. Jackson Pierce PLU

DISCUS THROW 1. Jesse Bethke 4. Arick Morrell

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PAC GF

6.88m 6.85m 6.78m 6.73m 6.66m 6.58m 6.56m 6.55m 6.53m 6.51m 14.01m 13.61m 13.04m 12.99m 12.97m 12.94m 12.91m 12.81m 12.77m 15.95m 15.82m 15.33m 15.12m 14.99m 14.26m 14.13m 13.97m 13.92m 13.83m 45.86m 44.11m

3. Corey Burt WTW 4. T. Stephens-Brown PLU 5. Hans Lehndorff WIL 6. Aaron Koford PAC 7. Scott Mayfield WTW 8. Kolton Carlson WTW 9. Naji Saker WTW 10. Lucas Hatton PLU

43.78m 43.17m 42.55m 42.23m 41.83m 41.42m 41.39m 40.81m

1. Jordan Loos WIL 2. Chase Wright WTW 3. Tyler Coopman WTW 4. Erich Roepke L&C 5. Bret Bajema WTW 6. Dillon Gongliewski PS 7. Joe Cerne PS 8. Taylor Hickson PAC 9. Cooper Budden WTW 10. Morgunn Ewing LIN

61.68m 61.46m 60.40m 58.74m 56.56m 55.36m 54.52m 54.34m 54.20m 54.19m

1. Keegan Shea WTW 2. Kyle Peart PLU 3. Arick Morrell GF 4. Jordan Loos WIL 5. Nick Fairhart LIN 6. Max Faulhaber WIL 7. Travis George PAC 8. Kolton Carlson WTW 9. T. Stephens-Brown PLU 10. Jackson Pierce PLU

59.85m 56.97m 55.65m 52.58m 52.51m 52.23m 50.96m 50.74m 50.34m 49.90m

1. Curtis Shirey L&C 1. Michael Zane PAC 3. Dylan Jones WIL 4. Richard Johnson PLU 5. Chris Luetjen WIL 6. Marqui Makupson PLU 6. I.V. Reeves PLU 8. Matthew Landon WTW 9. Kris Sapp PAC 10. Wesley Sitser WTW

10.91 10.91 10.94 10.97 10.98 11.05 11.05 11.07 11.11 11.15

JAVELIN THROW

HAMMER THROW

100M

200M

1. Tom Flechtner WIL 2. Michael Zane PAC 3. Ignacio Ibarra PLU 4. Jake Milhelich LIN 5. Tyler Guinn WTW 6. Jullian Haley WIL 6. Matthew Landon WTW 6. I.V. Reeves PLU 9. Dylan Jones WIL 10. Nicholas Gosselin WTW

400M 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jake Mihelich LIN Alex Hardlund WTW Will Lawrence GF Trey Oshiro-Atabay PAC Nicholas Gosselin WTW

22.12 22.32 22.54 22.55 22.67 22.68 22.68 22.68 22.72 22.73 48.93 49.64 49.75 50.16 50.21

6. William Wren WTW 7. Aaron Van Gorkom GF 8. Tom Flechtner WIL 9. Ignacio Ibarra PLU 10. Ezekial Smith GF

800M

1. Will Lawrence GF 2. William Wren WTW 3. C. MacMurray WTW 4. Gary Fanelli PAC 4. Cody Thompson GF 6. Jarrod Nixon L&C 7. Aaron Molstad GF 8. Kit Kingstad WIL 9. Alex Lull GF 10. Chad Linnerooth LIN

1500M

1. Kit Kingstad WIL 2. Daniel Swanson WIL 3. Cody Thompson GF 4. Joseph Pia GF 5. Yonny Castillo WIL 6. Jacob Shafi WIL 7. Jarrod Nixon L&C 8. Chad Linnerooth LIN 9. Parker Bennett WIL 10. Taylor Steele WTW

5,000M

1. Tyler Shipley 2. Joseph Pia 3. Parker Bennet 4. Joshua Seekatz 5. Joe Gladow 6. Matt Wotipka 7. Jacob Shafi 8. Yonny Castillo 9. Justin Higa 10. Kody Tarbell

10,000M

1. Tyler Shipley 2. Joe Gladow 3. Justin Higa 4. David Santillan 5. Justin Bigelow 6. Alex Waheed 7. Colton Berry 8. Kody Tarbell 9. Adrian Clifford 10. Jason Hight

110M HH 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

50.30 50.40 50.49 50.75 50.91 1:52.05 1:52:91 1:55:87 1:55.97 1:55.97 1:57.45 1:57.69 1:58.20 1:58.52 1:58.55 3:56.68 3:58.00 3:58.45 3:59.00 4:00.67 4:01.37 4:01.44 4:01.68 4:03.08 4:03.10

PAC 15:01.51 GF 15:04.74 WIL 15:08.64 PS 15:19.46 LIN 15:25.73 WTM 15:27.55 WIL 15:29.67 WIL 15:30.23 PS 15:30.98 GF 15:34.13 PAC 30:24.44 LIN 32:54.56 PS 32:59.85 PS 33:01.85 PS 33:32.19 WTM 33:35.07 WTW 33:50.29 GF 34:16.28 LIN 34:20.16 LIN 34:26.47

Jonathan Hoff WTW Casey Monahan WTW Alan Bell PLU Gabriel Luckey GF Daniel Wagner PAC Dillon Gongliewski PS Keenan Marianno WTW

14.83 14.93 15.57 15.65 15.79 15.82 15.82

8. Peter Delap WTW 9. Kodie Artner L&C 9. Stephen Cooper WTW

400M H

1. Kodie Artner 2. Alex Hardlund 3. Alan Bell 4. Daniel Wagner 5. J. Weatherford 6. Elijah Varner 7. Mark Sanchez 8. Westin Wiley 9. Joe Cerne 10. Jon Williams

L&C WTW PLU PAC GF WTW GF WTW PS WTW

16.25 16.32 16.32 56.09 56.52 57.42 57.63 58.31 58.50 59.09 59.24 59.27 59.37

3000M STEEPLECHASE

1. Jacon Shafi WIL 9:32.50 2. Joshua Seekatz PS 9:34.18 3. Kyle Dreibelbis GF 9:44.38 4. Trent Dudley WTW 9:52.05 5. Bryant Quinn GF 10:02.48 6. Matthew Ferris WTW 10:05.04 7. Hunter Matthies WIL 10:06.20 8. Gabe Machaels PS 10:08.99 9. Justin Higa PS 10:09.96 10. James Markin PS 10:10.42

4X100M RELAY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Willamette Whitworth Pacific Lutheran Lewis & Clark Pacific George Fox Linfield Puget Sound

4X400M RELAY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Whitworth Pacific (Ore.) Linfield Willamette Puget Sound George Fox Lewis & Clark Pacific Lutheran

DECATHLON

1. Peter Delap WTW 2. Stephen Cooper WTW 3. Ezekiel Smith GF 4. C. Braithwaite PS 5. Erich VanBergen GF 6. Joe Cerne PS 7. Aaron Koford PAC 8. Jon Williams WTW 9. Michael Teve PAC

42.11 42.24 42.52 43.17 43.25 43.49 43.95 44.13 3:21.30 3:26.01 3:28.40 3:28.51 3:28.99 3:29.47 3:29.98 3:38.13 6731 6644 6240 6143 6023 5990 5851 5222 5041


2014 NWC Track and Field Women’s Top TimesTopList 10 times listed

POLE VAULT

1. Dannah Martin GF 2. M. Buchannan WTW 2. Kierstie Shellman WTW 4. Elizabeth King PS 4. Britta LeVoie PAC 4. Sierra Robertson GF 7. Sunny Lewis PS 8. Nikita Stillwill WTW 9. Kylie Weatherford GF 10. Maya Bowton WIL

HIGH JUMP

1. Maria Green GF 2. Christina Dobbins WTW 3. Taylor Ottomano WIL 4. Charity Arn GF 4. Maya Bowton WIL 6. Maggie Rowe PS 7. Joy Harpham LIN 7. M. Huddleston PAC 7. A. Provost-Shean L&C 10. Molly Bond WIL

LONG JUMP

1. Asia Greene GF 2. Charity Arn GF 3. Rebekah Daniel WIL 4. Rachael Adkins GF 5. Elisa Ahern WIL 6. Christina Dobbins WTW 7. Sarah Frazier GF 8. Lori Sandy WTW 9. Maria Green GF 10. McKenna Davidson PAC

TRIPLE JUMP

1. Rachael Adkins GF 2. Rebekah Daniel WIL 3. Elisa Ahern WIL 4. Rachael Gernhart LIN 5. Lori Sandy WTW 6. Rachael Palmquist WTW 7. Sarah Frazier GF 8. Jeanie Mullins L&C 9. Taylor Ottomano WIL 10. Emily Prasil PS

SHOT PUT

1. Samantha Potter PLU 2. Mary Data WTW 3. Anna LaBeaume LIN 4. Courtney Alley LIN 5. Danielle Openiano WTW 6. Marisa Gonzalez PLU 7. Maria Green GF 8. Katelyn Smith PLU 9. Jossalyn Wright WIL 10. Brigitte Russo L&C

DISCUS THROW 1. Samantha Potter PLU

3.60m 3.40m 3.40m 3.38m 3.38m 3.38m 3.23m 3.20m 3.08m 3.00m 1.65m 1.63m 1.60m 1.58m 1.58m 1.57m 1.56m 1.56m 1.56m 1.53m 5.59m 5.53m 5.38m 5.32m 5.28m 5.23m 5.21m 5.18m 5.17m 5.08m 11.62m 11.29m 11.13m 11.10m 11.04m 10.96m 10.94m 10.45m 10.35m 10.26m 13.00m 12.62m 12.35m 12.24m 12.12m 12.08m 11.58m 11.40m 11.33m 11.27m 44.27m

2. Courtney Fairhart WTW 3. Anna LeBeaume LIN 4. Danielle Openiano WTW 5. E. Neuenschwander WTW 6. Kaeleigh Thorp WIL 7. Jossalyn Wright WIL 8. Dominique Jackson PLU 9. Sarah Bucknovitz L&C 10. Katelyn Smith PLU

JAVELIN THROW

42.71m 40.63m 39.66m 38.44m 38.00m 37.03m 36.56m 36.54m 35.86m

1. Kerry Wright WTW 2. S. McFarland PLU 3. Chelsea Nelson PLU 4. Kate Shear LIN 5. Maria Green GF 6. Cassidy Stevick WTW 7. M. Huddleston PAC 7. Jameka Townsend WIL 9. Kelee Lambert WTW 10. Michelle Lloyd PLU

46.02m 41.77m 40.92m 40.28m 40.13m 39.06m 38.55m 38.55m 38.22m 38.16m

1. Dakota Kliamovich WTW 2. Jorgina Moore PLU 3. Anna LeBeaume LIN 4. Hannah Seibel L&C 5. Kaeleigh Thorp WIL 6. Dominique Jackson PLU 7. Brigitte Russo L&C 8. Kelsey Engstrom WIL 9. Katelyn Smith PLU 10. Samantha Potter PLU

54.19m 48.77m 48.21m 46.38m 44.14m 43.27m 42.37m 41.70m 41.58m 41.53m

1. Rachael Kraske GF 2. Allanah Whitehall PS 3. Kylea Johnson WIL 4. Ellie Schmidt LIN 5. K. Aken-Pagdilao PAC 6. Asia Mayo GF 7. Halsie Peek LIN 7. Brenna Stinson LIN 9. Alyssa Turner GF 10. Stephanie Barrong WTW 10. Audrey Taylor WIL 10. Amanda Wilson PLU

12.38 12.47 12.53 12.59 12.76 12.77 12.85 12.85 12.89 12.91 12.91 12.91

HAMMER THROW

100M

200M

1. Allanah Whitehall PS 2. Rachael Kraske GF 3. Ellie Schmidt LIN 4. Amanda Wilson PLU 5. Asia Mayo GF 6. Alyssa Turner GF 7. Kylea Johnson WIL 8. Audrey Taylor WIL 9. Madison Guscott PLU 10. Dallas Edge LIN

400M

1. Rachael Kraske GF 2. Alyssa Turner GF

25.20 25.60 25.63 25.95 26.06 26.28 26.45 26.51 26.59 26.62 57.70 58.77

3. Ellie Schmidt LIN 59.64 4. Meg Gilbertson PS 59.69 5. Maura Forbush WIL 59.76 6. Alicia Burns PS 59.96 6. Katie Dyk GF 59.96 8. Alexis Damo PAC 1:00.05 9. Cassianna Busch WTW 1:00.14 10. Amanda Wilson PLU 1:00.16

800M

1. Alicia Burns PS 2. Michaela Freeby WIL 3. Katie McKay WTW 4. Sarah Mackenzie GF 5. Katie Dyk GF 6. Annette Marinello WIL 7. M. Trowbridge LIN 8. Jessica Arnzen WTW 9. Hannah Bressler WIL 10. Julia Wood WTM

1500M

1. Michaela Freeby WIL 2. Taylor Ostrander WIL 3. Alicia Burns PS 4. Emily Fagan L&C 5. Ami Boucher WIL 6. Hannah Greider LIN 7. Audrey Lichten LIN 8. Annette Marinello WIL 9. Kathryn Flyte PS 10. Sierra Grunwald PS

2:14.94 2:15.93 2:17.07 2:18.76 2:19.37 2:20.91 2:21.05 2:21.57 2:22.16 2:22.73 4:38.34 4:39.60 4:47.25 4:47.90 4:48.14 4:48.53 4:48.86 4:48.92 4:50.89 4:51.47

5,000M

1. Michaela Freeby WIL 17:10.42 2. Taylor Ostrander WIL 17:13.53 3. Kathryn Flyte PS 17:48.40 4. Juliet Farnan WIL 17:53.53 5. Christina Williams WTW 18:00.55 6. Hannah Greider LIN 18:10.10 7. Siena Noe LIN 18:21.27 8. Katie Skinner LIN 18:28.42 9. Kellyn Roiko WTW 18:30.56 10. Lisa Martin PAC 18:48.32

10,000M

1. Emily Painter GF 36:10.87 2. Kathryn Flyte PS 36:47.00 3. Hannah Greider LIN 38:19.35 4. Siena Noe LIN 38:43.50 5. Christina Williams WTW 39:02.00 6. Katie Skinner LIN 39:27.68 7. Lisa Martin PAC 40:02.80 8. Kristen Schoenike WTW 40:34.28 9. Tori Klein PS 40:35.65 10. Taili Ni PS 40:44.24

100M H 1. 2. 3. 4.

Charity Arn GF Dallas Edge LIN Rachael Kraske GF Daniel Rebekah WIL

14.73 14.74 14.76 15.12

5. Christina Dobbins WTW 6. Sarah Frazier GF 7. Alyssa Turner GF 8. Emily Moore WTW 9. Emily Thompson L&C 10. Elisa Ahern WIL

400M H

1. Rachael Kraske GF 2. Alyssa Turner GF 3. Emily Thompson L&C 4. Taryn Dee PLU 5. Maura Forbush WIL 6. Bethany Fleming WTW 7. Maggie Callan WTW 8. Kelsey Lee PAC 9. Emily Moore WTW 10. Hannah Walton PLU

15.20 15.44 15.48 15.62 15.64 15.76

1:01.83 1:02.03 1:04.98 1:06.01 1:06.46 1:06.92 1:07.28 1:07.63 1:07.70 1:08.00

3000M STEEPLECHASE

1. Michaela Freeby WIL 10:44.52 2. Taylor Ostrander WIL 10:46.21 3. Hannah Bressler WIL 11:14.65 4. Ami Boucher WIL 11:40.78 5. Molly Bradbury PS 11:49.02 6. Kellyn Roiko WTW 11:55.90 7. Kendall Chin WTW 12:00.55 8. Caitlin Taylor WTW 12:00.59 9. Aviva Browning L&C 12:02.42 10. Emily Fagan L&C 12:03.42

400M RELAY

1. George Fox 2. Puget Sound 3. Linfield 4. Pacific 5. Willamette 6. Pacific Lutheran 7. Whitworth 8. Lewis & Clark

1,600M RELAY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Puget Sound George Fox Willamette Linfield Pacific Lutheran Whitworth Lewis & Clark Pacific (Ore.)

HEPTATHLON

1. Maria Green GF 2. Charity Arn GF 3. Rebekah Daniel WIL 4. Christina Dobbins WTW 5. Emily Moore WTW 6. Dallas Edge LIN 7. Sarah Frazier GF 8. Emily Sheldon PS 9. Hannah Walton PLU 10. Molly Bond WIL

48.87 49.55 49.69 49.89 49.99 50.06 50.12 50.36 3:56.97 3:56.99 4:04.99 4:05.59 4:06.95 4:08.97 4:09.34 4:12.34 4526 4514 4411 4335 4071 3973 3895 3815 3675 3368

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2014 Northwest Conference Nationally Ranked Athletes NATIONALLY RANKED MEN NATIONALLY RANKED WOMEN

Peter Delap - Decathlon - 3rd 6,731 points - April 14-15 Will Lawrence - 800 Meters - 4th 1:52.05 - April 4-5 Jordan Loos - Javelin Throw - 4th 61.68 meters - April 11 Keagan Shea - Hammer Throw - 5th 59.85 meters - April 17 Chase Wright - Javelin Throw - 5th 61.46 meters - March 28 Stephen Cooper - Decathlon - 6th 6,644 points - March 20-21 Tyler Shipley - 10,000 Meters - 8th 30:24.44 - April 4 Tyler Coopman - Javelin Throw - 10th 60.40 meters - April 5 Kyle Peart - Hammer Throw - 10th 56.97 meters - March 28 Joseph Green - Pole Vault - 12th 4.81 meters - April 17 Arick Morrell - Hammer Throw - 13th 55.65 meters - April 19 Erich Roepke - Javelin Throw - 13th 58.74 meters - March 21 Jonathan Hoff - 110 Meter Hurdles - 16th 14.83 meters - April 17 William Wren - 800 Meters - 16th 1:52.91 meters - April 11-12 Kyle Peart - Shot Put - 18th 15.95 meters - April 12 Ezekiel Smith - Decathlon - 18th 6,240 points - April 14-15 Rankings as of Monday, April 21, 10:00 AM

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Kerry Wright - Javelin Throw - 2nd 46.02 meters - April 17 Michaela Freeby - Steeplechase - 3rd 10:44.52 - March 18-20 Rachael Kraske - 400 Meter Hurdles - 3rd 1:01.83 - April 12 Taylor Ostrander - Steeplechase - 4th 10:46.21 - March 18-20 Dakota Kliamovich - Hammer Throw - 5th 54.19 meters - April 5 Rachel Adkins - Triple Jump - 6th 11.62 meters - March 29 Alyssa Turner - 400 Meter Hurdles - 6th 1:02.03 - March 29 Maria Green - Heptathlon - 7th 4,526 points - April 14-15 Charity Arn - Heptathlon - 8th 4,514 points - April 14-15 Samantha Potter - Discus Throw - 8th 44.27 meters - April 12 Stephanie McFarland - Javelin Throw - 11th 41.77 meters - March 28 Rebekah Daniel - Heptathlon - 12th 4,411 points - April 14-15 Emily Painter - 10,000 Meters - 12th 36:10.87 - April 4 -5 Puget Sound - 1,600 Meter Relay - 13th 3:56.97 - April 12 George Fox - 1,600 Meter Relay - 14th 3:56.99 - March 29 Chelsea Nelson - Javelin Throw - 14th 40.92 meters - April 12 Christina Dobbins - Heptathlon - 15th 4,335 points - March 20-22


2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships GEORGE FOX BRUINS

Location......................... Newberg, Ore. Founded..........................................1885 Enrollment......................................3,712 Colors............ Navy Blue and Old Gold Facebook.... /GeorgeFoxUniversityAthletics Twitter............................ @GFUAthletics

Head Coach: John Smith MEN 38 Cameron Adams Fr. 41 Ryan Braden Fr. 44 Kyle Dreibelbis Sr. 49 Devin Geiger Fr. 52 Nate Hyatt Fr. 55 Will Lawrence So. 57 Gabriel Luckey Fr. 58 Alex Lull So. 59 Embimba Mansray Fr. 62 Kyle Miller Fr. 63 Aaron Molstad Jr. 64 Michael Morikawa Fr. 66 Arick Morrell Sr. 72 Joseph Pia Sr. 73 Lawrence Potts Fr. 74 Bryant Quinn So. 76 Mark Sanchez Fr. 78 Ezekiel Smith Sr. 79 Kody Tarbell Jr. 80 Cody Thompson Fr. 82 Aaron Van Gorkom Jr. 83 Erich VanBergen Fr. 84 Justin Vanier Sr. 85 Justin Weatherford Sr.

WOMEN 1 Rachael Adkins Sr. 2 Charity Arn Jr. 3 Tiffany Burk So 6 Katie Dyk Jr. 7 Olivia Fleming Sr. 8 Sarah Frazier So. 9 Sarah Gilmore Fr. 10 Sally Gordon So. 11 Maria Green So. 12 Asia Greene So. 13 Emily Hamilton Fr. 14 Jenna Hills Fr. 16 Rachael Kraske Jr. 17 Hilary Lowery Fr. 18 Sarah Mackenzie Jr. 19 Dannah Martin Jr. 21 Samantha McCormick Fr. 22 Allison Molstad Fr. 24 Alysha Mueller Jr. 25 Emily Painter Jr. 27 Sierra Robertson Fr. 28 Erin Sanders Fr. 29 Caroline Smith Fr. 32 Taylor Suwa Fr. 33 Kaitlyn Swihart So. 35 Alyssa Turner Sr. 36 Kylie Weatherford Fr.

LEWIS & CLARK PIONEERS

Location........................... Portland, Ore. Founded..........................................1867 Enrollment......................................3,592 Colors........................ Black and Orange Facebook............................ /LC.Pioneers Twitter................................@LCPioneers

Head Coach: Keith Woodward MEN 104 Colin Brown Fr. 105 Matt DeRosa Sr. 106 Matt Gallagher, Sr. 107 Bjorn Hansen Jr. 108 Justin Leathers So. 109 Andrew LeDonne Sr. 110 Raul Millan Sr. 111 Deion Mock So. 112 Jarrod Nixon Sr. 113 Nicholas Pankratz Fr. 114 Erich Roepke So. 115 Curtis Shirey Jr.

WOMEN 88 Aviva Browning So. 89 Sarah Bucknovitz Fr. 90 Katherine Craighead So. 91 Emily Fagan Jr. 92 Maggie Gorwky Sr. 93 Susan Heinselman Jr. 94 Katherine Kowal Fr. 95 Jeanie Mullins So. 96 Alexi Provost-Shean So. 97 Brigitte Russo Jr. 98 Marissa Sandgren Fr. 99 Sarah Schoville So. 100 Hannah Seibel Sr. 101 Frances Swanson Fr. 102 Emily Thompson So. 103 Kaitlyn Throgmorton Sr.

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2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships LINFIELD WILDCATS

Location...................... McMinnville, Ore. Founded..........................................1859 Enrollment......................................2,530 Colors............. Purple and Cardinal Red Facebook.......................... /linfieldsports Twitter.............................@linfieldsports

Head Coach: Travis Olson MEN 142 Scott Anderson Fr. 143 Lucas Clark Fr. 144 Adrian Clifford Fr. 145 Treve’ Ensley Fr. 146 Bryce Evans Fr. 147 Morgunn Ewing So. 148 Nick Fairhart Jr. 149 Joe Gladow Sr. 150 Jason Hight Sr. 151 Steven Holland So. 152 Eric Igbinoba Fr. 153 Kennedy Johnson Fr. 154 Brandon Lemerande Sr. 155 Chad Linnerooth So. 156 Jake Mihelich Fr. 157 Clay Monahan So. 158 Mike O’Neil Fr. 159 Tim Pang Fr. 160 Chris Roth Fr. 161 Hunter Sams Fr. 162 Tom Steelhammer So.

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WOMEN 116 Courtney Alley Sr. 117 Tess Andresen So. 118 Calli Dowdy Jr. 119 Dallas Edge Fr. 120 Jasmine Fojas Fr. 121 Rachael Gernhart So. 122 Amanda Gibbon Jr. 123 Dana Gibbon Jr. 124 Madison Gladding Fr. 125 Hannah Greider Sr. 126 Lindsey Hall Fr. 127 Joy Harpham So. 128 Anna LaBeaume Sr. 129 Audrey Lichten Jr. 130 Meghan Lockwood Sr. 131 Sarah McDowell Fr. 132 Siena Noe Sr. 133 Haley Pattishall Fr. 134 Tasha Rowland So. 135 Ellie Schmidt Jr. 136 Kate Shear Sr. 137 Katie Skinner Sr. 138 Deziree Skye-Roberts Fr. 139 Brenna Stinson So. 140 Madison Trowbridge Jr. 141 Maddie Webb Jr.

PACIFIC BOXERS

Location....................Forest Grove, Ore. Founded..........................................1849 Enrollment......................................3,363 Colors..................Red, Black, and White Facebook......................./pacificuboxers Twitter..................................@goboxers

Head Coach: Tim Boyce MEN 186 Kaleb Bass Fr. 187 Jesse Bethke Jr. 188 Tim Claussen So. 189 Hunter Dassonville Sr. 190 Gary Fanelli Fr. 191 Travis George Sr. 192 Budweiser Hawkins III Jr. 193 Taylor Hickson Jr. 194 Sean Higinbotham Fr. 195 Kelson Kawai Sr. 196 Aaron Koford Sr. 197 Trey Oshiro-Atabay Jr. 198 Jeremy Parkinson So. 199 Kris Sapp Fr. 200 Tyler Shipley So. 201 Michael Teves Fr. 202 Ben Thomas Fr. 203 Daniel Wagner Jr. 204 Michael Zane Jr.

WOMEN 163 Cyan Agena So. 164 Kelli Aken-Pagdilao Sr. 165 Mariah Ariola Jr. 166 Jackie Brooks Fr. 167 Shina Chung So. 168 Alexis Damo So. 169 McKenna Davidson So. 170 Sara Davidson So. 171 Emily Geddes Fr. 172 Elaina Gillespie Fr. 173 Mackenzie Huddleston So. 174 Katie Johnson Jr. 175 Abby Jones So. 176 Britta LaVoie So. 177 Kelsey Lee Fr. 178 Lisa Martin Jr. 179 Haley Nevins So. 180 Katie Rock So. 181 Dannika Sullivan So. 182 Anna Toyas Sr. 183 Emily Tuffey Jr. 184 Tesla Wright Fr. 185 Dawne Yamamoto So.


2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships PACIFIC LUTHERAN LUTES

Location........................Parkland, Wash. Founded..........................................1890 Enrollment......................................3,712 Colors.....................Black and Old Gold Facebook................................... /golutes Twitter......................................@golutes

Head Coach: Heather Kreier MEN 229 Joel Anthony Fr. 230 Alan Bell Jr. 231 Brady Daly Fr. 232 Alan DenAdel Sr. 233 Egan Dunning Fr. 234 Chris Edgecomb So. 235 Michael Hatlen Fr. 236 Lucas Hatton Fr. 237 Eric Herde Sr. 238 Ignacio Ibarra So. 239 JeremyJackson Fr. 240 Richard Johnson Fr. 241 Noah Kime Jr. 242 Marqui Makupson Jr. 243 Kyle Peart Sr. 244 I.V. Reeves Sr. 245 Tevon Stephens-Brown Jr. 246 Erik Swartout Fr.

WOMEN 205 Madelyn Bernard So. 206 Nicole Dandridge Fr. 207 Taryn Dee So. 208 Desiree Domini Fr. 209 Emalie Gauntz Fr. 210 Marisa Gonzalez So. 211 Madison Guscott So. 212 Lisa Hartwell Fr. 213 Azana Hyneman-Henderson Fr. 214 Dominique Jackson So. 215 Karissa Jackson Fr. 216 Michelle Lloyd Fr. 217 Stephanie McFarland Sr. 218 Jorgina Moore Sr. 219 Chelsea Nelson Jr. 220 Samantha Potter Sr. 221 Olivia Raymond Fr. 222 Paige Runco Fr. 223 Katelyn Smith Jr. 224 Madeline Smith Fr. 225 Hannah Walton Jr. 226 Amanda Wilson So. 227 Erika Wilson Fr. 228 Haley Zepernick Fr.

PUGET SOUND LOGGERS

Location..........................Tacoma, Wash. Founded..........................................1888 Enrollment......................................2,600 Colors.......................Maroon and White Facebook.............................../psloggers Twitter................................ @PSLoggers

Head Coach: Mike Orechia MEN 270 Graham Ashby Jr. 271 Justin Bigelow So. 272 Cameron Braithwaite So. 273 Steven Branham Fr. 274 Chandler Breaux Jr. 275 Chris Bueno Fr. 276 Sam Carilli So. 277 Joe Cerne Sr. 278 Graham Cobb Fr. 279 Reilyn Garton Jr. 280 Dillon Gongliewski Fr. 281 Justin Higa Jr. 282 Ed Lilly Jr. 283 David Lovitz Fr. 284 Ross MacAusland So. 285 James Markin Fr. 286 Gabe Michaels So. 287 Taylor Pope Fr. 288 Zal Robles So. 289 Jonathan Rosenberg Jr. 290 David Santillan So. 291 Joshua Seekatz Jr. 292 Sean Tyree Sr. 293 Everett West Jr. 294 Michael Westbrooks Jr. 295 Matt Wines So.

WOMEN 247 Logan Bays Fr. 248 Molly Bradbury Jr. 249 Alicia Burns Sr. 250 Mara Cummings Fr. 251 Mary Dwigans Fr. 252 Kathryn Flyte Sr. 253 Meg Gilbertson Sr. 254 Sierra Grunwald Jr. 255 Elizabeth Hegedus Fr. 256 Kai Hundemer Fr. 257 Anna Joseph Fr. 258 Elizabeth King So. 259 Tori Klein Fr. 260 Sunny Lewis So. 261 Aspen Mayberry Sr. 262 Melissa Motyer Jr. 263 Taili Ni So. 264 Emily Prasil Fr. 265 Maggie Rowe Sr. 266 Tori Sarris So. 267 Emily Sheldon So. 268 Erin Stumbaugh Fr. 269 Allanah Whitehall So.

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2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships WHITWORTH PIRATES

Location........................Spokane, Wash. Founded..........................................1890 Enrollment................................... ~3,000 Colors...................Black, White and Red Facebook.................. /WhitworthPirates Twitter...................................... @gobucs

Head Coach: Toby Schwarz MEN 335 Brett Bajema So. 336 Colton Berry Jr. 337 Cooper Budden So. 338 Corey Burt So. 339 Kolton Carlson So. 340 Stephen Cooper Sr. 341 Tyler Coopman So. 342 Jacob Dansereau So. 343 Peter Delap Sr. 344 Sean Dennis Fr. 345 Trent Dudley Jr. 346 Matt Edwards Jr. 347 Matthew Ferris Jr. 348 Nicholas Gosselin So. 349 Joe Green Jr. 350 Tyler Guinn Sr. 351 Alex Hardlund So. 352 Jonathan Hoff Sr. 353 Maverick Johnston Fr. 354 Everett Kleven Fr. 355 Matt Landon Jr. 356 Dane Larson Fr. 357 Chris MacMurray So. 358 Keenan Marianno Fr. 359 John Marshall Fr. 360 Scott Mayfield So. 361 Lucas McGill Fr. 362 Grant McNeil Fr. 363 Casey Monahan Sr. 364 Boitu Nkonde Fr. 365 Ryan Otterholt Fr. 366 Naji Saker So. 367 Keegan Shea Sr. 368 Chris Shively So. 369 Wes Sitser Jr. 370 Connor Soudani So. 371 Taylor Steele Jr. 372 Phillip Terrell So. 373 Michael VanDenBerg Jr. 374 Elijah Varner Fr. 375 Westin Wiley So. 376 Jon Williams Jr. 377 William Wren Sr. 378 Chase Wright Jr. 22

WOMEN 296 Jessica Arnzen So. 297 Savanna Atherton So. 298 Stephanie Barrong Jr. 299 Emma Bennett Fr. 300 Amanda Blankenship Jr. 301 Jamie Boatman Fr. 302 McAlister Buchanan Jr. 303 Cassianna Busch So. 304 Maggie Callan Fr. 305 Sierra Carlson Fr. 306 Kendall Chin So. 307 Mary Data So. 308 Christina Dobbins Jr. 309 Courtney Fairhart So. 310 Bethany Fleming Fr. 311 Amber Hensley Fr. 312 Meghan Holzer Jr. 313 Joey Hope So. 314 Kate Jones Jr. 315 Dakota Kliamovich So. 316 Kelee Lambert Fr. 317 Katie McKay So. 318 Emily Moore Jr. 319 Elke Neuenschwander Jr. 320 Olivia Newman So. 321 Danielle Openiano Fr. 322 Rachel Palmquist Jr. 323 Kellyn Roiko So. 324 Lori Sandy Fr. 325 Kristen Schoenike So. 326 Kierstie Shellman So. 327 Elisabeth Spencer Sr. 328 Cassidy Stevick Sr. 329 Caitlin Taylor Sr. 330 Kenna Valentich Fr. 331 Haley Vick Fr. 332 Christina Williams Jr. 333 Allie Wood Fr. 334 Kerry Wright So.

WILLAMETTE BEARCATS

Location............................... Salem, Ore. Founded..........................................1842 Enrollment......................................2,827 Colors............... Cardinal Red and Gold Facebook............................/wubearcats Twitter.............................. @wubearcats

Head Coach: Matt McGuirk MEN 402 Parker Bennett Jr. 403 Yonny Castillo So. 404 Nathan Conrad So. 405 Max Faulhaber Sr. 406 Tom Fiechtner Sr. 407 Jullian Haley So. 408 Tyler Higley Jr. 409 Dylan Jones So. 410 Parris Joyce So. 411 Kit Kingstad Sr. 412 Hans Lehndorff So. 413 Quinn Lindley Jr. 414 Jordan Loos Sr. 415 Chris Luetjen Sr. 416 Matt Paparella So. 417 Paul Schot Fr. 418 Jacob Shafi So. 419 Daniel Swanson So. 420 Michael Underwood Fr.

WOMEN 379 Molly Bond Jr. 380 Ami Boucher Fr. 381 Maya Bowton So. 382 Hannah Bressler So. 383 Rebekah Daniel Jr. 384 Iris Dowd Fr. 385 Kelsey Engstrom Jr. 386 Juliet Farnan So. 387 Maura Forbush Fr. 388 Michaela Freeby Jr. 389 Taryn Greenberg Jr. 390 Marisa Hamilton Fr. 391 Kylea Johnson So. 392 Maya Kaup Fr. 393 Taylor Ostrander So. 394 Taylor Ottomano Sr. 395 Racyne Parker Fr. 396 Carmela Roberts So. 397 Audrey Taylor So. 398 Kaeleigh Thorp Jr. 399 Jameka Townsend So. 400 Angie Turpen Fr. 401 Jossalyn Wright Jr.


2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships

The Puget Sound athletic department and the Northwest Conference would like to extend a special thank you to all of the individuals and organizations that are helping to make this event possible. Without their hard work and commitment to providing a top-notch atmosphere for the participating student-athletes, this championship would not be possible.

Thank you... Puget Sound Football

Puget Sound Men’s Basketball

Sigma Chi

Hui Hawaii

Puget Sound Men’s Soccer

Puget Sound Women’s Basketball

Puget Sound Volleyball

Puget Sound Softball

Athletics Work Study Staff

Puget Sound Track Volunteers

Puget Sound Athletics Staff

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FRIDAY EVENTS DAY ONE 10:00 AM Hammer (W) at PLU 12:30 PM Hammer (M) at PLU

SATURDAY EVENTS

2:00 PM

Pole Vault (W) Long Jump (M) Shot Put (W)

DAY TWO 10:30 AM

2:45 PM

National Anthem

11:45 AM National Anthem

3:00 PM 3:20 PM

3000m SC Run Finals (W) 3000m SC Run Finals (M)

12:00 PM 400m Relay (W) 12:05 PM 400m Relay (M)

4:00 PM 4:15 PM

100m Hurdles (W) 110m Hurdles (M)

12:10 PM 1500m Run (W) 12:20 PM 1500m Run (M)

4:30 PM

400m Dash Trials (W) Shot Put (M) Long Jump (W) High Jump (M)

12:35 PM 100m Hurdles (W) 12:40 PM 110m Hurdles (M)

4:40 PM

400m Dash Trials (M)

4:50 PM 5:00 PM

100m Dash Trials (W) 100m Dash Trials (M)

1:00 PM

Discus (M) Triple Jump (W) Javelin (W)

5:10 PM 5:25 PM

800m Run Trials (W) 800m Run Trials (M)

1:00 PM 1:05 PM

100m Dash (W) 100m Dash (M)

5:40 PM 5:55 PM

400m Hurdle Trials (W) 400m Hurdle Trials (M)

1:10 PM 1:20 PM

800m Run (W) 800m Run (M)

6:10 PM 6:20 PM

200m Dash Trials (W) 200m Dash Trials (M)

1:30 PM 1:40 PM

400m Hurdles (W) 400m Hurdles (M)

6:40 PM 7:40 PM

10,000m Run (W) 10,000m Run (M)

1:50 PM 1:55 PM

200m Dash (W) 200m Dash (M)

8:20 PM 8:35 PM

1500m Run Trials (W)* 1500m Run Trials (M)*

2:05 PM 2:35 PM

5000m Run (W) 5000m Run (M)

2:55 PM 3:00 PM

1600m Relay (W) 1600m Relay (M)

3:30 PM

Awards Ceremony

* if necessary

Javelin (M) Discus (W) Triple Jump (M) Pole Vault (M) High Jump (W)

12:50 PM 400m Dash (W) 12:55 PM 400m Dash (M)


2014 Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships program