Hamline has tossed an NCAA provisional throw in each meet of the indoor season during 2010.
King posted his fourth straight NCAA provisional throw in the shot
put with a put of 16.66 meters (54-8), winning the event. He then placed
second in the weight throw to his teammate, hitting the NCAA
provisional mark with a throw of 16.74 meters (54-11 1/4).
Schlichting posted the win in the weight throw with his NCAA provisional toss of 16.84 (55-3).
Clarence Suttle (Jr., Saint Paul, Minn.) started the Pipers off with a
second place finish on the track, sprinting to the finish in the
55-meter dash in 6.62.
Andy Marnach (Sr., Hokah, Minn.) placed fourth in the same event with
a time of 6.73 before going on to win the 200-meter dash in 22.73.
Tyson Molitor (Jr., Belgrade, Minn.) continued the Piper success in
the sprints with the event win in the 400-meter dash in 50.51, while
Christian Willman (Fy., Rosemount, Minn.) won the 600-meter dash in
As the distances lengthened, the Pipers still found success, starting
with Ian Campbell (So., Blooming Prairie, Minn.) winning the 1000 meter
run in 2:32.44.
Hamline's 1600 meter relay team also posted a win, racing to the finish in 3:25.75.
In the field events, Christian Kibler (Fy., Burnsville, Minn.) placed
second in the triple jump with a leap of 12.67 meters (41-7).
Shaise Schuette (Fy., Anoka, Minn.) won the pole vault for the Pipers, clearing 4.42 meters (14-6).
The Pipers won the team competition at Carleton, posting nearly double the points of second-place Bethel, 203.5-101.5.
Hamline next competes on Friday, February 19, at the University of Minnesota Snowshoe Open.