Ohio Wesleyan Captures 16th NCAC Women’s Indoor T&F Title

2020 All-NCAC Women’s Indoor Observe & Discipline Performers | RESULTS

The Ohio Wesleyan females received their initially NCAC title since 2016 and their league-leading 16th general crown at the 2020 NCAC Indoor Observe & Discipline Championships on Saturday at the Mitchell Heart in Granville, Ohio. The Battling Bishops topped the team standings at the two-working day satisfy with 175 factors, though Oberlin put second, just eight factors guiding the Bishops with 167 factors. 

Wittenberg checked in at 3rd with 129 factors, adopted by Allegheny in fourth (sixty seven), Wooster in fifth (fifty six), Kenyon in sixth (46.five), DePauw in seventh (41.five) and Denison in eighth (19).

2020 NCAC Women’s Indoor Observe & Discipline Athlete of the Year Award Winners:

Women’s Discipline: Alexis Johnson, Wittenberg
Wittenberg junior Alexis Johnson (Southfield, MI/The Roeper University) attained the award as the best area athlete about the training course of the championship satisfy soon after saying the NCAC title in the prolonged soar (18’ 01.75”) and putting second in the triple soar (37’ 04.50”). The junior also put sixth in the superior soar with a distance of 5′ 01.25″.

Women’s Sprint/Hurdles: Alexis Walker, Wittenberg
Wittenberg sophomore Alexis Walker (Pickerington, OH/Pickerington North) recurring as the NCAC Sprint/Hurdles Athlete of the Year soon after profitable three events at the 2020 championship. She claimed the sixty-meter sprint title in a time of 7.93, crossed the line initially in the 200-meter sprint (25.fifty six) and ran the initially leg on the Tigers’ profitable 4×400-meter relay team that concluded in four:07.15. Impressively, all three of her finishes have been speedier than what she posted in the 2019 conference championship.

Women’s Distance/Center Distance: Alexis Gray, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Alexis Gray (Washington Court docket Residence, OH/Washington Court docket Residence) gathered the award as the league’s best distance runner about the training course of the satisfy as she posted a pair victories. The senior broke the NCAC document in the 800 meter run, breaking the tape in 2:11.60 and ran the last leg on the Tigers’ profitable 4×400-meter relay team that crossed the line in four:07.15. She also ran the initially leg of Wittenberg’s fifth-put distance medley relay (thirteen:00.thirteen).

Newcomer of the Year: Chilly Wallace, Oberlin
Oberlin freshman Chilly Wallace (Belle Mead, NJ/Montgomery Superior University) had a memorable exhibiting in her inaugural appearance as she took dwelling All-NCAC honors with a 3rd-put exhibiting in the triple soar (36’ 01.25”). She also took fourth in the 60-meter hurdles (9.48) and ran the initially leg of the Yeowomen’s 4×200 relay that concluded in sixth (1:52.30).

Women’s Mentor of the Year: Kris Boey, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan head coach Kris Boey was named the NCAC Women’s Mentor of the Year for the 10th time in his vocation. Above the training course of the two-working day satisfy, Boey’s squad gathered 5 specific party titles and solidified their league title with ten extra All-NCAC performances.