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TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

LEXINGTON, KY

NCAA DIVISION III

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NCAA DIVISION III LEXINGTON, KY TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

Transylvania

WELCOME TO

President Seamus Carey

As a former college athlete, I understand the value of participating in competitive athletics while pursuing a degree at an institution that embraces academic rigor. The things you learn about yourself and the principles of discipline, teamwork, commitment and resilience will gird you for a lifetime of challenges. You’ll also make lifelong friends and find valuable mentors among your coaches and the athletics staff. As a member of NCAA Division III, Transylvania is committed to the student-athlete ideal. In fact, 41 percent of our students participate in our 27 intercollegiate teams. We challenge our student-athletes to demonstrate high standards of character and achievement both in the classroom and on the field. Since Transylvania’s transition to the NCAA in 2001, the Pioneers have earned 50 conference championships, more than 57 NCAA tournament appearances, 53 Coach of the Year awards and 78 All-American athlete awards.

Transylvania occupies a unique and historic position in American higher education. Founded in 1780 as the first college west of the Allegheny Mountains, Transylvania was a pioneer in bringing the light of learning to what was then the nation’s frontier. Today, the university is a highly regarded liberal arts college with a reputation for the quality of our academics and the personal approach we bring to teaching and learning. With 40 majors and a number of pre-professional programs, Transylvania offers excellent preparation for graduate and professional school as well as a variety of careers immediately following graduation. Our athletic teams are called the Pioneers, and that’s not only a tribute to our honored past—it’s a way of thinking that pervades our vision of the future. Our liberal arts program emphasizes questioning and creative thinking, and that’s what leads to pioneering discoveries and notable contributions to society. Couple that with athletic competition and community spirit is amplified. We hope you’ll join us as we enthusiastically support our student-athletes—our Pioneers and the community’s future leaders.

Seamus Carey President Transylvania University

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General Information

Athletic Administration

The 2018-19 Track & Field media guide was designed and compiled by Sports Information Director Justin Sweeney and Assistant Sports Information Director Neal Settle. Special thanks to Transylvania Communications Graphic Designer Sam Cooper.

The Department of Athletics provides equitable opportunities and support for male and female students to participate in intercollegiate athletics and to compete successfully in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference and Southern Athletic Association. All activities hold paramount the academic, personal and physical welfare of the student-athlete and emphasize physical fitness, selfdiscipline, teamwork, leadership and the highest standards of ethics, sportsmanship and personal performance. Student-athletes are representative of the general student population and are afforded similar opportunities and treatment. Programs, staff and facilities reflect the excellence of the institution and contribute to the quality of campus life.

Season Outlook and Review

Lettermen Returning..............................................................15 Lettermen Lost..........................................................................7 Newcomers...............................................................................14 Track & Field Staff Head Coach.......................Taylor Throckmorton (2nd Year) Assistant Coach......................................Erin Gale (2nd Year) Assistant Coach.......................................Ali Boice (2nd Year) Assistant Coach...........................Monte Orchard (3rd Year) Assistant Coach...................................Matt Roden (1st Year) Strength and Conditioning Coach....................Zach Turner Track &Field Office Phone................................859-281-3557 Twitter.................................................................@TransyXCTF

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Credits

The Transylvania intercollegiate athletics program is integral to the university’s educational mission and operates under the principles of amateur athletics and fair play, as established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III.

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VP for Enrollment and Student Life........Dr. Holly Sheilley Assist. AD of Compliance.....................................Jeff Chaney Assist. AD of Facilities.......................................Leigh Oakley Assist. AD of Outdoor Facilities........................Terry Justice Assist. AD of Sport Administration.............Kevin Calhoun Executive Assistant to VP............................Parviz Zartoshty for Enrollment and Student Life Sports Information Director..........................Justin Sweeney Asst. Director of Sports Information...................Neal Settle Strength and Conditioning Coach....................Zach Turner Faculty Athletics Representative...................Dr. Jeff Hopper Title IX Coordinator.......................................Amber Morgan

Athletics Mission Statement

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Location...............................................................Lexington, Ky. Founded................................................................................1780 Affiliation....................................................NCAA Division III Conference.................................................Heartland (HCAC) Colors........................................................Crimson and White Nickname.......................................................................Pioneers Mascot........................................................................Raf the Bat President.......................................................Dr. Seamus Carey VP for Enrollment and Student Life........Dr. Holly Sheilley Athletic Department Phone...........................(859) 233-8270 Address...................300 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 40508 Website................................................www.transysports.com Twitter................................................................@TransySports

QUICK FACTS


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STAND OUT

GET PREPPED

Hone your critical thinking and writing skills—abilities employers and grad schools prize—and challenge your mind and imagination through a liberal arts education.

Immerse yourself in a supportive community, intimate enough for professors to really know you, with peers who believe you’re capable of more than you ever dreamed.

LIVE BIG

CONNECT FOREVER

Make the most of living and learning in the heart of Lexington, a friendly and creative city, with easy access to internships, jobs and infinite opportunities to build your future.

Become a part of the large and welcoming Transylvania network where lifetime friendships are made and career networking opportunities thrive.

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Accounting Anthropology Art Art History Biology Biology: Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Track Biology: Molecular and Cellular Biology Track Business Administration Business Administration: Finance Track Business Administration: Management Track Business Administration: Marketing Track Business Administration: Hospitality and Tourism Track Chemistry Chemistry: Biochemistry Track Classics Computer Science Digital Arts and Media Economics Education—Elementary: P-5 Education—Middle Grades: 5-9 Educational Studies English Exercise Science

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BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE OFFERED IN:

MINORS AVAILABLE IN MOST MAJORS AND: French Language and Literature German Studies History International Affairs Mathematics Music Studies Music Education Music Performance Music Technology Neuroscience Philosophy Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Physics Political Science Psychology Religion Sociology Sociology/Anthropology Spanish Language and Literature Teaching Art Teaching Chemistry Theater Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication

Asian Studies Classical Studies Communication Creative Writing Education Minor for Secondary Certification (8-12) Environmental Studies Latin American and Caribbean Studies Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

PREPROFESSIONAL PREPARATION IN: Health Professions: dentistry, medicine, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, veterinary medicine, nursing

Engineering Law

SELF-DESIGNED MAJORS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR EXAMPLE:

Sports Management Biopsychology International Security Criminal Behavioral Studies Social Justice

Child Study Intercultural Communication Political Communication Nutrition and Sustainability Historical Rhetoric

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L exington WELCOME TO

Transylvania University is in the heart of downtown Lexington, a city with all the excitement and entertainment of a

bustling metropolis while maintaining a small-town feel. Located in the heart of the Bluegrass regions and the second largest city in Kentucky, Lexington features something for everyone to enjoy, whether it’s Third Street Stuff, recently voted the best coffee shop in Kentucky, right around the corner from campus, the Lexington Farmer’s Market; Thursday Night Live featuring local bands and vendors at the 5/3 Pavilion; a concert or basketball game at the world famous Rupp Arena; a day at the track in the horse capital of the world at Keeneland; or a hike at Raven’s Run Nature Preserve.

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TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

LEXINGTON, KY

NCAA DIVISION III

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Transylvania has enjoyed more than a decade of success since joining the NCAA Division III in 2004. The athletics community has excelled both on and off the field, with student-athletes thriving in the classroom and in competition.

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PLAYER-OF-THE-WEEK AWARD WINNERS IN 2017-18


Transylvania’s athletic training staff strives to provide the highest quality healthcare to its student-athletes. The Certified Athletic Trainers are highly qualified and trained medical professionals with diverse educational backgrounds and experiences.

Kyle Sutton joined the Transylvania Athletics Sports Medicine Staff as Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2016. Sutton brings eight years of experience in athletic training to his role at Transylvania. Sutton has previously worked at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Lexington as Head Athletic Trainer from 2015-16 and as Head Athletic Trainer at Westerville Central High School from 2008-15. Sutton received a Master of Science in Applied Exercise Science from Oklahoma State University in 2008 and a Bachelor of Science in Allied Medical Professions from The Ohio State University in 2006.

CHRISTA HENDLEY ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER

Transylvania has two athletic training rooms for its student-athletes. The main athletic training room is on the performance floor of the Beck Center with the secondary training room located in the field house at the Athletics Complex and both are open daily. Each training room is equipped with state-of-the-art injury prevention and rehabilitation equipment.

Christa Hendley joined the Transylvania Athletics Sports Medicine Staff as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in November 2017. Hendley carries over five years of experience in the athletic training realm to Transylvania. Prior to her time at Transy, Hendley served as the Head Athletic Trainer at the University of the Cumberlands from 2014 through 2017, overseeing men’s and women’s soccer, basketball, cheerleading, softball, track and field, and dance during her tenure at Cumberlands. Previous stints for Hendley include working at Lemak Sports Medicine and Orthopedics as a Head Athletic Trainer and at Chowan University.

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Transylvania partners with Lexington Clinic Sports Medicine Center to provide our student-athlete healthcare. Lexington Clinic orthopedic surgeons David Dome, Peter Hester, Ben Kibler and Trevor Wilkes serve as team doctors for the university and make weekly campus visits, eliminating the need to travel off-campus.

KYLE SUTTON ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER

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The sports medicine staff is fully accredited by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The staff specializes in the prevention, assessment and rehabilitation of injuries to our student-athletes. Athletic trainers have been recognized by the American Medical Association as allied healthcare professionals since 1990.

Nick Reuss begins his eighth year with the Transylvania sports medcine staff and his third as the Director of Sports Medicine for the 2018-19 season. Reuss joined the Transylvania sports medicine staff in 2011. He holds a Master of Science in recreation and sport sciences from Ohio University and a Bachelor of Science in athletic training from Ohio University. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is certified by the Kinesio Taping Association as a Kinesio Taping Practitioner.

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Sports Medicine

NICK REUSS DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE


HEAD COACH

Taylor Throckmorton is in his second year as the head coach of the Transylvania track and field and cross country teams in 2018-19.

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LEXINGTON, KY

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Taylor Throckmorton

Pioneers Coaching Staff

Throckmorton, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, cames to the Pioneers from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, where he spent two years as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the track and field team. “We feel extremely lucky to have Taylor as our Head Coach for Cross Country and Track & Field,” says Vice President for Enrollment and Student Life, Dr. Holly Sheilley. “His passion and drive were vital in us deciding that he was the right fit to continue to build a championship program. Taylor has been a part of very successful programs and knows what we need to do to continue to move in that direction.” Throckmorton brings four years of coaching experience to the Transylvania track and field and cross country, including immediate experience from a program that has collected 11 Division III men’s track and field team national championships and 16 women’s individual and relay national championships. During his tenure at North Central, Throckmorton was instrumental in working with four athletes who qualified for nationals. A significant part of Throckmorton’s assistant duties at North Central entailed managing recruiting operations for the program, which carried a roster of 143 total athletes in the 2017 season. Prior to his time at North Central, Throckmorton served as an assistant cross country and track and field coach at his alma mater, Division III Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Throckmorton cultivated new successes for the Allegheny program, guiding athletes to four new school records and two conference records. In the cross country realm, 10

Throckmorton led the women’s cross country team to a fourth-place regional finish, its highest finish in eight years. Throckmorton holds a Level I Coaching Certification with the USTFCCCA, along with certifications in USTFCCCA Strength and Conditioning, and Sports Science for Speed and Power Events. In his first year in Lexington, the Pioneers saw immediate results as they broke 11 school records, including one that resulted in Graham Smith winning the conference title in the javelin. The Allegheny graduate also provides a wealth of administrative experience as he joins Transylvania; Throckmorton was part of a North Central Staff that hosted the 2017 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships and served as the meet director for the Chicagoland Throws Series. While at Allegheny, Throckmorton oversaw many community outreach initiatives between the track and field and cross country programs and the Meadville community. Throckmorton adds championship perspective as a standout former Division III student-athlete, serving as a team captain at Allegheny for three years from 2009 through 2012. His collegiate career crested with a 2011 NCAA national championship in the distance medley relay. In his final season as a collegiate athlete, Throckmorton was selected as the 2012 North Coast Athletic Conference indoor track MVP for sprints and hurdles. He now hopes to re-create those experiences for his next program. “Transylvania is one of the very few elite liberal arts institutions in the country that is located in a vibrant, fun city,” added Throckmorton. “Combined with the school’s amazing faculty, staff, and campus, there is limitless potential here to be competitive on a conference and national level.”


Pioneers Coaching Staff

ASSISTANT COACH Erin Gale enters her second season as the Transylvania cross country and track and field assistant coach for the 2018-2019 year. Gale, who quickly crafted a diverse coaching resume at multiple levels, joined Taylor Throckmorton’s staff to work with both Transylvania programs in 2017.

Gale came to Transylvania from Louisville, Kentucky, where she most recently served as an assistant coach with the University of Louisville’s cross country and track and field teams. In this capacity, Gale worked directly with U of L’s coaching staff, assisting with recruiting initiatives, the operations team, and specialized in compliance and academics. Prior to her time with the Cardinals, Gale served as the head track and field and cross country coach at Brescia University in Owensboro, Kentucky. Her recruiting efforts for the 2015-16 year more than doubled her roster size for the upcoming season.

During her collegiate career, Gale competed for NCAA Division I Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, competing at the Mid-American Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 800-meter run. She is also the current 3200-meter relay record-holder at Ohio University. As an assistant, some of Gale’s key duties are to develop training plans, meet preparation, and oversee administrative duties for both the cross country and track and field teams. Gale specializes in coaching mid-distance and distance events with the track and field program. Gale also holds a USATF Level 1 Coaching Certification.

Ali Boice ASSISTANT COACH

Ali Boice joins the Transylvania track and field coaching staff for her second season as an assistant coach for the 2018-19 season.   Boice came to Transylvania after completing a storied career at NCAA Division I University of Arizona of the Pacific-12 Conference. As an assistant coach for Transylvania, Boice will specialize in coaching jumps. During her collegiate days, Boice competed in the long jump and triple jump for the Wildcats and ranks top-10 all-time in the triple jump at Arizona. “I am so honored to be able to coach at Transylvania,” said Boice of her new endeavor. “It’s a great opportunity to get to work with student-athletes who are excited about advancing their technique and improving their personal bests.”   11

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From 2013 through 2015, Gale was a Graduate Assistant coach at William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri, where she coached numerous All-Academic and NAIA All-American athletes. Gale obtained a Master of Education from William Woods in Athletics/Activities Administration in 2015.

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“Here at Transylvania, we are trying to build athletic programs that not only compete at the championship level but also produce model citizens,” says Throckmorton. “In that vein, Erin is both an expert and leader in that field whose passion and values will be a huge asset to our program, department, and school.”

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Erin Gale


Matthew Roden ASSISTANT COACH

Matthew Roden joins the Transylvania Track and Field program for the 2018-19 season as the team’s throws coach. Roden comes to Lexington from Emory & Henry College in Virginia where he acted as the Track & Field Interim Head Coach during the spring of 2018. During his time at Emory & Henry, Roden was instrumental in the creation of their track and field program and helped field a team that took part in the college’s first collegiate outdoor season. 

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LEXINGTON, KY

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Pioneers Coaching Staff

Prior to Emory & Henry Roden’s most recent collegiate coaching stint was at NCAA Division I Elon University in Elon, North Carolina from 2006-2011. He served as the coach for throwing events and was responsible for directing the Phoenix’ home competitions. Under Roden’s tutelage, Elon throwers set new school records in the indoor and outdoor shot put, weight throw, hammer throw, discus and javelin. He also coached Elon throwers to 16 All-Southern Conference honors during his time there and produced three individual conference champions in the 2010 season. Prior to Elon, Roden served as a strength & conditioning assistant at NCAA Division I Coastal Carolina University, working with the baseball, men’s & women’s basketball, men’s & women’s cross country/track & field, men’s & women’s soccer and volleyball teams. He also worked with the throws coach during the fall workouts with the Chanticleers’ track & field program. Additionally, Matt spent four years helping collegiate and post-collegiate throwers as an assistant coach and clinic coordinator with the USATF Mjolnir Track & Field Club in Conway, South Carolina. As an undergraduate, Roden competed at the NCAA Division I level while attending Coastal Carolina University and later at UNC-Wilmington. While at Coastal Carolina he was the 2002 Big South Conference Champion in the hammer throw and after transferring to UNC Wilmington, Roden won the Colonial Athletic Association Championship in the hammer in 2005.  During his collegiate years, Roden twice qualified for the NCAA Division I East Regional Championships and was named an NCAA Division I All-East Region performer in 2005.  He currently holds the UNCW school record in the hammer throw. Roden holds a pair of certifications from USA Track & Field including a Level I and Level II Coach certification (Throws). A 2005 graduate of UNC-Wilmington, Roden has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management. He received his Master of Science in Sport Management with a concentration in Intercollegiate Athletic Administration from the California University of Pennsylvania in 2009.

Monte Orchard ASSISTANT COACH

Monte Orchard returns for the 2018-19 season, his third with the Transylvania Track and Field program as the team’s pole vault coach. Coach Orchard has coached high school athletes for over a decade in both cross country and track and field, including 3 cross country State Champions. His body of work has led to a consistent output of excellence; Orchard has developed multiple high school vaulters who have gone on to win numerous region titles and top-10 state finishes. As a vaulting club coach, he has developed vaulters from middle school through college levels, including at least four school record holders and one that ranked #2 nationally for their grade level. Each vaulter that Orchard has coached at Transylvania has achieved a new collegiate personal record each season.

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2018-19 Track & Field Roster NAME CLASS HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

Sprints/Hurdles Distance Sprints/Jumps Jumps/Hurdles Distance Distance Distance Sprints/Jumps Hurdles Distance Pole Vault Sprints Sprints/Hurdles Distance Throws Mid-Distance Distance Throws Sprints/Jumps Distance Sprints/Jumps Throws Distance Distance Throws Jumps Throws Throws

Louisville, Ky. / Assumption Lexington, Ky. / Lafayette Atlanta, Ga. / Blessed Trinity Catholic Hebron, Ky. / Conner Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Louisville, Ky. / Ballard Louisville, Ky. / Male Lexington, Ky. / Lexington Catholic Greenup, Ky. / Rose Hill Cincinnati, Ohio / Anderson Owensboro, Ky. / Apollo Nicholasville, Ky. / West Jessamine Cumberland, Ky. / Harlan County Louisville, Ky. / Assumption Louisville, Ky. / duPont Manual Louisville, Ky. / Trinity Ludlow, Ky. / Ludlow Glasgow, Ky. / Barren Co. Lexington, Ky. / Tates Creek Fredericksburg, Va. / Chancellor Lexington, Ky. / Lafayette Lexington, Ky. / Lexington Catholic Lexington, Ky. / Lafayette Lexington, Ky. / Lafayette Nicholasville, Ky. / Lexington Christian Academy Versailles, Ky. / Woodford County Lexington, Ky. / Lexington Catholic Lawrenceburg, Ky. / Anderson Co.

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Taylor Allen Madison Bell Danielle Blount Rian Boelter Josie Cunningham Rebecca Facktor Bailey Guess Maya Jazdzewski Olivia Kee Cassidy Kelien Shelby Lewis Edie Meyer Kali Nolan Allison Priebe Lauren Wunsch Jacob Burnam Darrell Corn Gunnar Eaton Malik Jackson Chauncey Longman Nathan McCullough Zachary Minion Bobby Payne Daniel Peter Graham Smith Jordan Upton Kannon Willoughby Simon Yount

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Taylor Allen Freshman Louisville, Ky. Assumption

Madison Bell Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lafayette

Danielle Blount Junior Atlanta, Ga. Blessed Trinity Catholic

Rian Boelter Junior Hebron, Ky. Conner

Hannah Compton Freshman Huntington, W.Va. Cabell-Midland

Josie Cunningham Sophomore Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

Rebecca Facktor Senior Louisville, Ky. Ballard

Bailey Guess Freshman Louisville, Ky. duPont Manual

Maya Jazdzewski Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lexington Catholic

Olivia Kee Senior Greenup, Ky. Rose Hill

Cassidy Kelien Freshman Cincinnati, Ohio Anderson

Shelby Lewis Senior Owensboro, Ky. Apollo

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Allison Priebe Sophomore Louisville, Ky. Assumption

Lauren Wunsch Sophomore Louisville, Ky. duPont Manual

Jacob Burnam Freshman Louisville, Ky. Trinity

Darrell Corn Sophomore Ludlow, Ky. Ludlow

Gunnar Eaton Junior Glasgow, Ky. Barren Co.

Malik Jackson Senior Lexington, Ky. Tates Creek

Chauncey Longman Freshman Fredericksburg, Va. Chancellor

Nathan McCullough Senior Lexington, Ky. Lafayette

Zachary Minion Junior Lexington, Ky. Lexington Catholic

Bobby Payne Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lafayette

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Kali Nolan Sophomore Cumberland, Ky. Harlan County

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Edie Meyer Freshman Nicholasville, Ky. West Jessamine

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Daniel Peter Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lafayette

Graham Smith Senior Nicholasville, Ky. Lexington Christian Academy

Jordan Upton Freshman Versailles, Ky. Woodford County

Kannon Willoughby Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lexington Catholic

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Simon Yount Junior Lawrenceburg, Ky. Anderson Co.


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TRANSYLVANIA TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULE DECEMBER Sat. 1 University of Indianapolis Fri. 7 University of Indianapolis

11:00 AM 3:00 PM

Sat. 26

Otterbein Invitational Otterbein University (Westerville, Ohio) Jessica Starks Open Capital University (Columbus, Ohio)

FEBRUARY Sat. 2 Sat. 16 Sat. 23

Bob Shannon Invitational Denison University (Granville, Ohio) HCAC Indoor Championships % Bluffton University (Bluffton, Ohio) Polar Bear Final Qualifier Ohio Northern (Ada, Ohio)

MARCH Sat. 9 Fri. 15 Sat. 16

Sat. 30

Transylvania Invitational Pat Deacon Stadium, Lexington, Ky. Hanover *

APRIL

JANUARY Sat. 12

Sat. 23

NCAA Division III Indoor Championships Boston, Mass. Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina

Sat. 6 Fri. 12 Fri. 26 Sat. 27

Depauw Invitational Greencastle, Ind. Centre Twilight Danville, Ky. HCAC Outdoor Championships % HCAC Outdoor Championships %

MAY Fri. 10 Sat. 11 Fri. 17 Thu. 23 Fri. 24 Sat. 25

North Central College North Central College Great Lakes Final Qualifying Meet Ohio Weslyan NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships Geneva, Ohio

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