2011-12 Womenâ€™s Track & Field Guide
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In the fall 2007, Indiana University East joined the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and became the Red Wolves in 2008. Indiana University East student-athletes participate in five men’s and five women’s varsity sports. Since awarding its first bachelor’s degrees in 1977, Indiana University East has expanded its academic portfolio to include 60 bachelor’s degree options and selected master’s degrees. As the fastest growing university campus in Indiana, IU East leads the region as the premier four-year and master’s public institution in eastern Indiana and western Ohio.
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Table of Contents This is IU East
Red Wolves Roster
Red Wolves Facilities
2012 Season Preview
Meet the Red Wolves
Red Wolves Opponents
2011 Season Review
Red Wolves Record Book
Red Wolves Sports Information
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Red Wolves Roster Alphabetical Name Andrea Brower Kait Ervin Dominique Green Kesla Klingler Vanessa Legg
Class Freshman Redshirt Junior Freshman Freshman Redshirt Senior
Event Throws Throws Throws Distances All events
Hometown Previous School Eaton, Ohio Eaton High School West Alexandria, Ohio Twin Valley South High School Indianapolis, Ind. Lawrence North High School Hollansburg, Ohio Tri-Village High School Lynn, Ind. Randolph Southern High School
By Class Name Vanessa Legg Kait Ervin Andrea Brower Dominique Green Kesla Klingler
Class Redshirt Senior Redshirt Junior Freshman Freshman Freshman
Coach Head Coach: Brett Crowley (1st season)
Event All events Throws Throws Throws Distances
Hometown Previous School Lynn, Ind. Randolph Southern High School West Alexandria, Ohio Twin Valley South High School Eaton, Ohio Eaton High School Indianapolis, Ind. Lawrence North High School Hollansburg, Ohio Tri-Village High School
Red Wolves Facilities Richmond High School The Indiana University East track and field teams conduct practices at nearby Richmond High School, a short drive from the IU East campus. Richmond High School’s outdoor facility includes a sevenlane all-weather track, IU East’s track and field teams train in the offseason in the recently remodeled a long jump pit and throwing cages. Land- Graf Recreation Center fitness center on the IU East campus. son in the Graf Recreation Center Athletics Suite ing areas for high fitness center in Springwood Hall The Indiana University East Red jump and pole vault are available. on the IU East campus. Wolves athletic department is The Red Wolves also practice inside the Richmond High School Tiernan Center. The Tiernan Center features a 200-meter indoor track and four basketball court-sized areas for field event training.
The fitness center is a modern facility that was remodeled in 2011. The fitness center offers a variety of strength training and brand new cardiovascular equipment.
Fitness Center An individual workout facility is The Indiana University East track and field teams train in the offsea- adjacent to the fitness center.
housed in a 10-room suite in Springwood Hall on the IU East campus. The athletics suite opened in February of 2010. The space includes offices for all coaches, a study hall/team meeting room, storage, laundry facilities and a training room.
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Season Preview Red Wolves want to advance program’s progress in 2012 Survive and advance. It applies to almost everything the Indiana University East track and field program hopes to accomplish during the 2012 season. Survive and advance. It applies to the recent handoff of the coaching baton to first-year coach Brett Crowley. It applies to the week-to-week challenge of putting in the work in practices and improving at each meet. It applies to the Red Wolves’ hunt for the program’s first NAIA national qualifiers. “We are trying to survive the coaching change and the upheaval that has brought on, as well as trying to advance individually in terms of improving upon our individual performances,” said Crowley, who took the helm of the IU East track and field program for the spring upon prior coach Tyler Daugherty’s return to his native Iowa. Crowley is the Director of Student Support Services for IU East and is the architect of the IU East Academic Success Plan. The IU East women’s track and field team finished second in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 2011. The Red Wolves hope to improve that mark in 2012, the program’s second full season. “I’m looking forward to it,” Crowley said. “We have a lot of talent. I am eager to see how they do against competition and looking forward to a good spring.” The roster IU East finished second in the KIAC with a threewomen roster in 2011, so one could view the Red Wolves’ five-women roster for 2012 as a luxury.
Redshirt senior Vanessa Legg (Lynn, Ind./Randolph Southern High School) is the reigning KIAC women’s track and field athlete of the year and has the potential to score points in almost any event, particularly in jumps and throws. She won the KIAC title in the high jump, shot put and javelin in 2011. She holds the IU East school record in seven outdoor events. Redshirt junior Kait Ervin (West Alexandria, Ohio/ Twin Valley South High School) is the reigning KIAC champion in the discus and holds IU East’s school records in the hammer, shot put and discus. Two freshmen join with Ervin to give IU East a deep throwing corps. Andrea Brower (Eaton, Ohio/Eaton High School) was a two-time Ohio state qualifier in the shot put. Dominique Green (Indianapolis, Ind./ Lawrence North High School) was part of an Indiana state champion team. Another freshman, Kesla Klingler (Hollansburg, Ohio/ Tri-Village High School), will be IU East’s middle distance specialist. “Our depth is in our throwers,” Crowley said. “I think Kelsa will surprise us, and Vanessa is going to lead the way in the all-around things.” The schedule The Red Wolves will compete in five meets in five weeks starting with the J.O. Huntsman Relays at Wabash College on March 17. Other notable meets in the opening stretch of the season include the Polar Bear Invitational on March 24 at Indiana Wesleyan
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Season Preview ... Preview, continued from Page 7 University, site of the NAIA Track and Field National Championship, and the Little State Championship on April 13-14 at IUPUI, a meet open to all non-NCAA Division I programs in Indiana. IU East will make its first appearance at the Hanover College Invitational on March 31. The Red Wolves will make a return trip to the Anderson University Raven Outdoor Invitational on April 5. The Anderson meet has been the site of at least one IU East individual win in each of the past two springs. IU East will take a two-week break to gear up for the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet on April 28 at Berea College. Red Wolves close to national meet qualifying standards will have an opportunity to compete at the North Central College Dr. Keeler Invitational on May 10-11. “Each week we want to show improvement across the meets we will compete in,” Crowley said. The goals The KIAC coaches picked IU East to repeat its performance from 2011. The Red Wolves women were the No. 2 pick in the 2012 preseason pol. Crowley says if the Red Wolves “survive” the intense weeks of training in March and April, they can “advance” their conference standing - and maybe advance some athletes to the national meet. “Hopefully we will have as many NAIA qualifiers as can,” Crowley said, “and be in position in late April to compete for the KIAC conference title.”
2012 Schedule 3/17
J.O. Huntsman Relays at Wabash College
Polar Bear Invitational Noon at Indiana Wesleyan University
at Hanover College
Raven Outdoor Invitational at Anderson University
4/13-14 Little State Championships 11 a.m. at IUPUI 4/28
KIAC Championships at Berea College
5/10-11 Dr. Keeler Invitational at North Central College
5/24-26 NAIA National Championships TBA at Indiana Wesleyan University
Meet the Red Wolves Brett Crowley • Head Coach • 1st season Brett Crowley is serving as Indiana University East’s interim track coach for the 2012 season. Crowley is in his sixth year of service at IU East. Currently he coordinates the IU East Brett Crowley Academic Success Plan as part of IU East retention initiatives in addition to his duties as Director of Student Support Services. Crowley holds an Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration from Indiana University. Crowley previously served for three years as admissions/athletics liaison at his alma mater, the University of the Cumberlands, where he graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in History. He then served eight years at the University of Indianapolis as Assistant Director of Admissions/NCAA Clearinghouse Office/athletic liaison. He also served at Thomas More College in similar capacity. Crowley has 13 half-marathons under his belt and is an avid cyclist.
All About Brett Full name: Brett Patrick Crowley Hometown: Columbus, Ind. College: University of the Cumberlands Why Brett coaches at IU East: “I am coaching the teams primarily to give our track and field athletes an opportunity to compete and compete at a high level.”
Meet the Red Wolves Vanessa Legg • Redshirt Senior • All events 2010-11 • Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Track and Field Athlete of the Year with 52 points at the KIAC Championships. • KIAC champion in the high jump, shot put and javelin. Vanessa Legg • All-KIAC honoree. • KIAC Track and Field Athlete of the Week for weeks of March 21, April 11 and April 25. • KIAC Track Athlete of the Week for week of April 18. • KIAC Field Athlete of the Week for week of May 2. • Ranked in top 75 in high jump, javelin and heptathlon on NAIA national performance list. • Won first career shot put competition at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Early Bird Invitational on March 19. • Became first IU East athlete to win a javelin competition with first-place finish at the Wilmington College Night Moves Invitational on April 22. • Established outdoor school records in the 100 meter dash (13.82), 200 meter dash (28.47), 800 meter run (2:51.56), heptathlon (3,263 points), javelin (33.72 meters) and long jump (4.60 meters). • Established indoor school records in high jump (1.52 meters) and 200 meter dash (30.10).
2009-10 • Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion in the high jump. • All-KIAC honoree.
• KIAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Week for weeks of March 29, April 12 and April 19. • Won high jump at Anderson University Raven Outdoor Invitational on April 16 to become first IU East NAIA track and field athlete to win an event. • Finished eighth in high jump at DePauw University Invitational on April 3 to become the first IU East NAIA track and field athlete to score points in a meet. • Finished fourth in high jump at Little State Invitational on April 2, a meet open to all non-NCAA Division I track and field programs in the state. • Finished second in the 100 at the Anderson University Raven Outdoor Invitational on April 16. • Finished fifth in the 200 at the KIAC meet on April 24.
High School • Two-time IHSAA regional qualifier in high jump and one-time qualifier in 4x400 relay. • Set Randolph Southern High School high jump record with a leap of 5 feet, 3.5 inches.
Coach Crowley’s Scouting Report “Vanessa is our lone senior and captain. She is our all-around athlete.”
All About Vanessa • • • • • • •
Full name: Vanessa P R Legg Height: 5’7” Hometown: Lynn, Ind. High School: Randolph Southern High School Area of study: Biology with minor in Chemistry Parent: Felisia Legg Why Vanessa chose IU East: Close to home
Meet the Red Wolves Kait Ervin • Redshirt Junior • Throws 2010-11
• Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion in discus. • All-KIAC honoree. • KIAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Week for weeks of March 28 and April 18. • Won shot put and Kait Ervin established school record of 10.83 meters at Taylor University Invitational on May 7. • Also won shot put at College of Mount St. Joseph Invitational on March 25. • Ranked in top 80 in the shot put on NAIA national performance list. • Established outdoor school records in discus (36.92 meters), hammer (26.20 meters) and shot put (10.83 meters). • Established indoor school records in shot put (10.07 meters). • Posted outdoor season-best of 26.40 meters in javelin.
• Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion in shot put and discus throw. • All-KIAC honoree. • KIAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Week for weeks of April 5 and April 26. • First IU East NAIA track and field athlete to compete in shot put and discus. • Finished second in discus at Anderson University Raven Outdoor Invitational on April 16. • Finished season-best ninth in javelin at Indiana State University Pacesetter Invitational on May 1. • Posted season bests of 33.63 meters in the discus, 10.57 meters in the shot put and 21.43 meters in the javelin. • Helped the IU East volleyball team win its first KIAC regular season and tournament titles during the fall of 2009
High School • Personal bests of 35-10 in the shot put and 12311 in the discus
Coach Crowley’s Scouting Report “Kait is a returning upperclassman, a potential national qualifier in the discus who will do the shot put as well.”
All About Kait • Full name: Kaitlyn Dale Ervin • Hometown: West Alexandria, Ohio • High School: Twin Valley South High School • Area of study: Nursing • Parent: Emily Philpot and Mak Ervin • Why Kait chose IU East: The nursing program and close to home
Meet the Red Wolves Andrea Brower • Freshman • Throws
Coach Crowley’s Scouting Report
• Finished fifth in the shot put at the Ohio Division II state meet as a junior and 13th in the shot put at the Ohio Division II state meet as a senior.
“Andrea is a freshman in the shot put and discus. She is very confident in the shot put and right with our leaders in the discus.”
• Three-time Ohio re-
• High School: Eaton High School • Area of study: Nursing • Parents: Sherie Brower and Bryan Brower • Why Andrea chose IU East: The nursing program and the track and field team
gional qualifier. • Broke the Eaton High School and county record in the girls shot put.
All About Andrea • Full name: Andrea Alyce Brower • Hometown: Eaton, Ohio
Dominique Green • Freshman • Throws High School • Part of two state champion track and field teams during her career at Lawrence North High School. • Received the Lawrence North “top thrower” Dominique Green award. • Placed fifth in the shot put during Lawrence North’s conference meet.
Coach Crowley’s Scouting Report “Dominique has a lot of leadership potential. She is a thrower, mainly in the shot put and hammer.”
All About Dominique • Full name: Dominique N Green • Hometown: Indianapolis, Ind. • High School: Lawrence North High School • Area of study: Secondary education with emphasis on English • Parents: Nioka Wiggins and Chester Green • Why Dominique chose IU East: I love the close-knit community on campus. I feel as though with that, in conjunction with the student-teacher ratio, I will be able to flourish and excel in all areas during and after my college experience
Meet the Red WolvesRed Wolves Kelsa Klingler • Freshman • Distances RED WOLVES SPORTS NETWORK College
Coach Crowley’s Scouting Report
• Competed for the IU “K-squared is going to be our 800 specialist and will TV BROADCASTS East cross country team probably run the So far work-ethic wise she’s Whitewater Community Television Andmile. Hometown Sports Network Telecasts Indiana University East basketball games will be broadcast as a freshman with a been terrific.” on Whitewater Community Television (WCTV) and the Hometown Sports personal best 5K time of Network. At least five broadcasts are planned. WCTV reaches 17,000 24:52. All About Kesla viewers in the Richmond area. The Hometown Sports Network reaches • Full name: Kesla Beth Klingler about 500,000 viewers across Indiana. All games are re-broadcast High School • Height: 5’6”Both networks also air IU East’s multiple times on both, networks. Andrea Brower award-winning show, “Inside IU East Sports.” • Competed in cross coaches • Hometown: Hollansburg, Ohio country and track and field for Tri-Village High • High School: Tri-Village High School School (Ohio). Posted personal best 5K cross country • Area of study: Education RADIO BROADCASTS time of 23:45. • Parents: Susan and Keith Klingler WHON 930-AM of Richmond plans live broadcasts of at least 20 • Whyalso Kesla chose IU East: It’s affordable and close Indiana University East men’s basketball games. The station plans to home 930 a weekly 30-minute show dedicated to IU East sports. WHON-AM is a 500-watt station with an estimated nighttime coverage radius of 40 miles and estimated daytime coverage radius of about 100 miles. Radio broadcasts are available at 930whon.com and iueredwolves.com. Games not broadcast on the radio are broadcast at iueredwolves.com.
Indiana University East’s new Athletics Website attracts up to 30,000 page views per month. Live audio of all IU East basketball games is provided through iueredwolves.com. The site offers audio and video features.
Red Wolves Opponents Track and Field Travel Guide TRAVEL GUIDE Wabash College J.O. Huntsman Relays Date: March 17 Facility: Hollett Little Giant Stadium Address: 301 West Wabash Avenue Crawfordsville, IN 47933 Web Site: http://sports.wabash.edu/
Indiana Wesleyan Polar Bear Invitational Date: March 24 Facility: Outdoor Sports Complex Address: 4201 South Washington Street Marion, IN 46953 Web Site: www.iwuwildcats. com/
Hanover Invitational Date: March 31 Facility: L.S. Ayres Athletic Complex
Indiana University East’s athletes travel in style on this bus. The “Wolfmobile” design was recognized in an international competition in 2010.
Hanover, IN 47243
Little State Championship
Web Site: http://www.hanover.
Dates: April 13-14
Address: 484 Ball Drive
Facility: Michael A. Carroll Track and Soccer Stadium
Address: Berea College
Web Site: http://northcentral-
Berea, KY 40404
Web Site: www.berea.edu/ athletics/
NAIA National Championships
Anderson Raven Outdoor Invitational
Address: 1100 West New York Street
North Central College Dr. Keeler Invitational
Date: April 5
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Dates: May 10-11
Facility: Macholtz Stadium
Web Site: www.iupuijags.com/
Address: 4201 South
Address: 30 North Brainard
Marion, IN 46953
Web Site: www.iwuwildcats.
Naperville, IL 60540
Address: 1100 East Fifth Street Anderson, IN 46012 Web Site: www.anderson.edu/ athletics/
KIAC Championships Date: April 28 Facility: Berea College Track
Dates: May 24-26 Facility: Outdoor Sports Com-
Season Review Red Wolves finished second in league in second season A day-by-day look back at the 2011 Indiana University East women’s track and field season. The Red Wolves placed second in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and produced the league’s Athlete of the Year, Vanessa Legg. January 22 - Indoor debut Vanessa Legg finished second in the high jump to high- The power of three: Indiana University East’s three-woman track and field team of Kait Ervin (left), Madison Qualkenbush (third from left) and Vanessa light the Indiana University Legg finished second in the team standings at the 2011 Kentucky IntercolEast track and field teams’ day at the Otterbein Universi- legiate Athletic Conference meet. Coach Tyler Daugherty congratulates the ty Invitational. It was the first team at the 2011 IU East Athletics Banquet. indoor competition for IU East’s NAIA track and field program. Legg, a redshirt March 19 - Shot put sweep junior, was one of five athletes who tied for the top IU East brought home five top-three finishes from spot in the high jump. Legg finished second in the the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Early Bird jump-off. IU East finished seventh in the women’s Invitational. Vanessa Legg and Kait Ervin swept the team standings. top two spots in the women’s shot put to highlight February 5 - Making their points Vanessa Legg, Kait Ervin and Madison Qualkenbush produced points for IU East at the Anderson University Raven Indoor Invitational. Legg finished second in the high jump, sixth in the shot put and seventh in the 200-meter dash. Ervin, a redshirt sophomore, was fourth in the shot put. Qualkenbush, also a redshirt sophomore, finished fifth in the 55-meter hurdles in her IU East track and field debut. Qualkenbush was a three-year letterwinner in the Red Wolves volleyball program. IU East finished seventh in the women’s team standings.
the day for IU East. It was the first outdoor meet of the 2011 season for the women’s track and field squad. March 25 - Birthday treat Kait Ervin celebrated her birthday with a school record and a first-place finish. Ervin won the women’s discus competition to highlight the IU East track and field teams’ performance at the College of Mount St. Joseph Invitational. The Red Wolves finished fifth in the team standings in the women’s meet. Ervin
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Season Review ... Review, continued from Page 17 posted a school-record throw of 33.77 meters (about 110-9) on her 21st birthday to best a field of 12 in the women’s discus competition.
javelin and eighth in the 100 meter hurdles. She also set a school record in the 800 meter run. IU East finished 11th in the women’s team standings.
April 1 and 2 - Split decisions Kait Ervin finished second in the discus throw, fourth in the shot put and fourth in the javelin at the Anderson University Raven Outdoor Invitational. Freshman Shayna Gray finished third in her first collegiate long jump competition. Madison Qualkenbush was third in the 100 meter hurdles and lowered her own school record to 18.61. Meanwhile, Vanessa Legg placed fifth in the heptathlon at the University of Cincinnati Oliver Nikoloff Invitational. It was the first appearance in a heptathlon competition for an IU East athlete.
April 22 - All the right moves The Red Wolves’ weather-shortened night at Wilmington College was nonetheless a record-breaking night. IU East athletes broke three school records during the weather-abbreviated Wilmington College “Night Moves” Invitational. Vanessa Legg set school records while winning the long jump and finishing second in the javelin throw. Kait Ervin broke her own school record in the women’s hammer throw. Only six men’s and women’s events were completed when the meet was suspended due to stormy conditions at about 9 p.m. Team points did not count, but individual results in completed events were official. If points had counted, Legg would have been in fourth place in the team standings by herself.
April 8-9 - Making a ‘State’-ment Vanessa Legg finished ninth in the high jump and in the javelin throw to highlight IU East’s performance on the opening day of the Little State Track and Field Championships. This meet was open to all non-NCAA Division I track and field programs in Indiana. Red Wolves athletes later established three school records during the meet. Legg lowered her own 200 meter dash record and bested the school long jump record. Madison Qualkenbush lowered her own 100 meter hurdles record. April 16 - Classic performances Kait Ervin set three school records and Vanessa Legg scored in three events and set a school record in another to highlight the day for IU East at the Manchester College Spartan Classic. Ervin set school records in the shot put, discus and hammer throw. Legg finished second in the high jump, fourth in the
April 30 - Athlete of the Year The Red Wolves had a Legg up on the competition at the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference track and field meet. Vanessa Legg won three events and scored in three more to earn female athlete of the year honors at the conference meet. Legg won the shot put, javelin and high jump, finished third in the 200 and long jump and finished sixth in the 100 to help the Red Wolves finish second in the team standings. IU East earned its top-two women’s finish with just three athletes. Legg produced 45 of IU East’s team points. Kait Ervin defended her KIAC title in the discus. She also placed second in the hammer throw, third in the shot put and fifth in
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Season Review ... Review, continued from Page 18 the discus throw. Madison Qualkenbush placed third in the javelin and fourth in the 100 meter and 400 meter hurdles.
2011 results 3/19
Early Bird Invitational NTS at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
May 7 - Ervin reigns in shot put The Red Wolves enjoyed plenty bright moments between the rains. Kait Ervin won the shot put with a school record throw at the Taylor University Invitational. The winning effort for Ervin was one of two school records the Red Wolves earned between on-again, off-again rains at the George Glass Track & Field Complex. Vanessa Legg also broke her own womenâ€™s long jump school record.
Mount St. Joseph Invitational 5th/7 at College of Mount St. Joseph
Raven Outdoor Invitational
at Anderson University
Little State at Indiana Wesleyan University
Spartan Classic at Manchester College
Night Moves Invitational at Wilmington College
KIAC Championships at Berea College
Taylor Invitational at Taylor University
May 12-13 - Finishing touches Kait Ervin finished 12th in the womenâ€™s discus throw and then was 10th in the shot put to lead IU East at the North Central College Dr. Keeler Invitational. The meet was the final 2011 regular season competition for the Red Wolves.
5/12-13 Dr. Keeler Invitational at North Central College * NTS = No Team Score
Red Wolves Record Book All-time Results • Honors • Records • Personal Bests ALL-TIME RESULTS 2010
Indiana Wesleyan Polar Bear NTS
• All-KIAC team
• KIAC Field Athlete of the Week (weeks of
March 28 and April 18)
Anderson Raven Invite
Indiana State Pacesetter
• Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference discus throw champion
Madison Qualkenbush • All-KIAC team • KIAC Track Athlete of the Week (weeks of
March 28 and May 2)
High Jump - 1.52 meters (Vanessa Legg, February 5, 2011 at Anderson University
Hammer - 26.20 meters (April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet)
Raven Indoor Invitational)
Javelin - 26.40 meters (April 2, 2011
Shot Put - 10.07 meters (Kait Ervin,
at Anderson University Raven Outdoor
January 22, 2011 at Otterbein University
Shot Put - 10.83 meters (May 7, 2011 at
55 meter dash - 9.09 (Shayna Gray, Febru-
Taylor University Invitational)
ary 5, 2011 at Anderson University Raven Indoor Invitational)
55 meter hurdles - 10.26 (Madison Qual-
Best team finish at a meet: 2nd place
Rose-Hulman Early Bird
Mount St. Joseph Invitational 5th/7
kenbush, February 5, 2011 at Anderson
(April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate
Anderson Raven Invite
• Academic All-Kentucky Intercollegiate
University Raven Indoor Invitational)
Athletic Conference meet)
200 meter dash - 30.10 (Vanessa Legg,
Most teams defeated at a meet: 5 teams
February 5, 2011 at Anderson University
(April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate
Raven Indoor Invitational)
Athletic Conference meet)
North Central Dr. Keeler
5th/5 NTS 11th/11 NTS 2nd/7 NTS NTS
OUTDOOR RECORDS 100 meter dash - 13.82 (Vanessa Legg, April 24, 2010 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet)
ALL-TIME HONORS 2010
100 meter hurdles - 17.80 (Madison
200 meter dash - 28.47 (Vanessa Legg,
• Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-
April 8-9, 2011 at Little State Invitational)
ence high jump champion
400 meter hurdles - 1:18.02 (Madison
• All-KIAC team
Qualkenbush, April 30, 2011 at Kentucky
Qualkenbush, April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet)
• KIAC Field Athlete of the Week (weeks of
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet)
March 29, April 12 and April 19)
800 meter run - 2:51.56 (Vanessa Legg, April 16, 2011 at Manchester College
Kait Ervin • Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference shot put champion
Spartan Classic Discus - 36.92 meters (Kait Ervin, April 16, 2011 at Manchester College Spartan
Long jump - 3.54 meters (Shayna Gray, February 5, 2011 at Anderson University Raven Indoor Invitational)
INDIVIDUAL BESTS Vanessa Legg 100 meter dash - 13.82 (April 24, 2010 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet) 100 meter hurdles - 18.97 (April 9, 2011 at Little State Invitational)
Individual event champions • Vanessa Legg (High Jump, April 9, 2010 at Anderson University Raven Outdoor Invitational) • Vanessa Legg (High Jump, April 24, 2010 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet) • Kait Ervin (Discus Throw, April 24, 2010 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet) • Kait Ervin (Shot Put, April 24, 2010 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-
200 meter dash - 28.47 (April 9, 2011 at
Little State Invitational)
• Vanessa Legg (Shot Put, March 19, 2011
800 meter run - 2:51.56 (April 16, 2011
at Rose-Hulman Early Bird Invitational)
at Manchester College Spartan Classic)
• Kait Ervin (Discus, March 25, 2011 at
Hammer - 19.93 meters (April 30, 2011
College of Mount Saint Joseph Invitational)
at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-
• Vanessa Legg (Javelin, April 22, 2011
• Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-
ence discus throw champion
Hammer - 26.20 meters (Kait Ervin, April
30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate
High Jump - 1.57 meters (April 9, 2010
Athletic Conference meet)
at Little State Invitational and March 27,
Heptathlon - 3,263 (Vanessa Legg, April
2010 at Indiana Wesleyan University Polar
1-2, 2011 at University of Cincinnati Oliver
• Vanessa Legg (High Jump, April 30,
Javelin - 33.72 meters (April 30, 2011 at
2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic
High Jump - 1.57 meters (Vanessa Legg,
Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-
April 9, 2010 at Little State invitational
• Vanessa Legg (Javelin, April 30, 2011 at
and March 27, 2010 at Indiana Wesleyan
Long Jump - 4.60 meters (May 7, 2011 at
University Polar Bear Invitational)
Taylor University Invitational)
Javelin - 33.72 meters (Vanessa Legg,
Shot Put - 10.49 meters (April 30, 2011
• All-KIAC team • KIAC Field Athlete of the Week (weeks of April 5 and April 26) 2011 Vanessa Legg • Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Female Athlete of the Year • KIAC high jump champion • KIAC shot put champion • KIAC javelin throw champion • All-KIAC team • KIAC Track and Field Athlete of the Week (weeks of March 21, April 11 and April 25)
April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet) Long Jump - 4.60 meters (Vanessa Legg,
at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet)
• KIAC Track Athlete of the Week (week of
May 7, 2011 at Taylor University Invita-
Discus throw - 36.92 meters (April 16,
• KIAC Field Athlete of the Week (week of
Shot Put - 10.83 meters (Kait Ervin, May
2011 at Manchester College Spartan
7, 2011 at Taylor University Invitational)
at Wilmington College Night Moves Invitational) • Kait Ervin (Discus, April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet)
Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet) • Vanessa Legg (Shot Put, April 30, 2011 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet) • Kait Ervin (Shot Put, May 7, 2011 at Taylor University Invitational)
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