Two Piper throwers hit NCAA provisional marks and a sprinter tied her
own school record as the Hamline University women's track and field team
hosted the Hamline Twilight meet on Wednesday night.
Brenna Coyle improved upon her NCAA provisional toss in the hammer throw, winning the event with a throw of 50.09 meters (164-4).
The Pipers then took the top three spots in the shot put, as Robyn Wernberg won with a put of 12.69 meters (41-7 3/4). Becky Culp was second with a throw of 12.10 meters (39-8 1/2) and Courtney O'Donnell was third at 10.84 meters (35-6 3/4).
Wernberg and Culp also went one-two in the discus throw, Wernberg with an NCAA provisional throw of 41.67 meters (136-8) and Culp at 40.42 meters (132-7). Alana Profit was fourth with a toss of 39.25 meters (128-9).
Carly Braun won the pole vault, clearing 3.25 meters (10-8). Stephanie Jenkins cleared the same height, finishing third. Arlene Behling was fourth at 3.10 meters (10-2).
Kameron Argiannis was second in the long jump with a leap of 5.16 meters (16-11 1/4). The event was won by an unattached athlete.
On the track, Christina Walker tied her own school record in the 100-meter dash, sprinting to the finish in 12.69, placing second to an unattached runner.
Maria Thiesen took third in the 1500-meter run with a time of 4:58.21. Amber Hoban was 10th in the same race, finishing in 5:18.04.
Mary Peterson and Lynn Robohm placed second and third, respectively, behind an unattached runner in the 100-meter hurdles. Peterson finished in 16.45 while Robohm finished in 16.48.