NCAC Indoor Track & Field Athletes Set to Compete on National Stage

The 2020 NCAA Division III Indoor Monitor & Discipline Championships are set to get location this weekend, Friday-Saturday, March thirteen-fourteen, at the JDL Speedy Monitor in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. eleven North Coast Athletic Meeting (NCAC) scholar-athletes will characterize the meeting this weekend in Winston-Salem. For the complete list of approved entries Click on Here.

Highlighting the listing of women’s entries is Wittenberg senior Alexis Gray (Washington Courthouse, OH/Washington Courthouse), who retains the third-ideal seed time among the qualifiers getting into the 800-meter competitors. She will be earning her first look at the national indoor meet up with soon after putting up a time of 2:eleven.60. Also signing up for Gray in the 800 will be Oberlin senior Oona Jung-Beeman (Wilmette, IL/New Trier), who recorded the 16th-swiftest seed time at 2:15.fifty four. Preliminaries for the 800 will be held at 4:fifty p.m. on Friday, when the last of the function will be at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday.

Ohio Wesleyan senior Cirrus Robinson (Columbus, OH/Ashland), a two-time indoor national champion, will compete in the large soar soon after recording the fifth-ideal mark this season at 1.seventy two meters. Finals for the large soar are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. Oberlin sophomore Sarah Voit (Cincinnati, OH/McAuley) will compete in the pole vault soon after recording a season-ideal mark of 3.87 meters, putting her as the fifth seed. The finals for the pole vault will be held at 3:thirty p.m. on Friday. In the lengthy soar, a pair of Wittenberg Tigers produced the discipline. Junior Alexis Johnson (Southfield, OH/The Roeper College) heads in with the fourth-ideal mark (5.81m), when sophomore teammate Stevie Plikerd (Belle Middle, OH/Benjamin Logan) owns the 18th-ideal mark (5.59m). The finals for the lengthy soar will be held on Friday at 12:fifty p.m. Oberlin senior Naeisha McClain (Columbus, GA/Brookstone) will compete in the shot set with the 14th-ideal mark this season at thirteen.seventy five meters. The shot set is scheduled to be contested on Saturday at eleven:00 a.m. Ohio Wesleyan junior Courtney Owens (Gahanna, OH/Lincoln) will compete in the pentathlon soon after recording the 13th-most points (3,388). The pentathlon will start out with the 60-meter hurdles on Friday at eleven:thirty a.m. Oberlin senior Marija Criminal (Carrboro, NC/Chapel Hill) earned a place in the women’s mile with a seed time of 5:06.19. The prelims for the function are Friday at 2:20 p.m., when the finals are Saturday at 2:forty p.m. Wittenberg’s Alexis Walker (Pickerington, OH/Pickerington North) will also compete in the two hundred-meter sprint with a seed time of twenty five.56 seconds. Prelims for the function are Friday at 5:20 p.m., when the finals are Saturday at 4:20 p.m.

On the men’s facet, Wabash will ship senior RaShawn Jones (Indianapolis, IN/Lawrence Central) to North Carolina. Jones competent for the indoor championship with a time of 8.08 in the 60-meter hurdles, the sixth-swiftest time documented by a Division III runner this season. Preliminaries for the 60-meter hurdles will get location at 2:forty p.m. on Friday, with the finals scheduled for 2:fifty p.m. on Saturday.