Posted: May 03, 2019
Tiffin University's women's track and field team is in the mix for the 2019 G-MAC Outdoor Track and Field Championship, with a number of Lady Dragons having a big impact.
With seven events scored, Walsh leads the pack with 73 points with the Dragons right behind with 64.50. Hillsdale is third with 45 points while Cedarville is next with 40.
Jazilee Williams posted an NCAA provisional mark in the Heptathlon, winning overall with 4542 points. She also placed 5th in the long jump.
Kirsten Camp posted another provisional mark, finishing just behind Williams in the Heptathlon with 4489 points.
Miaisha Blair won in the long jump with 5.63 meters while Shalbe Evans placed second in the event with 5.52m. she is followed by Kirsten Camp with 5.32m.
Madeline Hayes finished 3rd in the Pole Vault with 3.45 meters and Dalaney Rogala placed 6th in the pole vault.
Other top marks came from Madison Siebenaler (6th in Hammer throw), Hana Mehok (7th in Hammer throw), Alaura Holycross (8th in Hammer), Marisa Gwinner (8th in Javelin), and Brenda Johnson (9th in Javelin).
Competition concludes on May 4th.