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EARLHAM TRACK AND FIELD

April 28, 2012
Richmond High School



Men's Track
FRANKLIN, Ind. — The Earlham College men's track team had five competitors score on
Friday night in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships at
Franklin College.
Jacob Naegeli, Mark Dixon, Robert Lugg, Zander Ansara and Simon Conrad all placed in
their respective events.
Naegeli had the highest finish on the night with a time of 32:43.18 to take third in
the 10,000-meter run.
Dixon had a leap of 40'11" to finish sixth in the triple jump.
Lugg was sixth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:49.24.
Ansara had a distance of 40"8" in the triple jump to finish in seventh place.
Conrad was eighth in the 10,000-meter run as he ran a time of 34:20.75.
Two Advance to Finals
Ansara moved on to Saturday's finals in the 400-meter hurdles with the fifth best
time of 58.03 seconds.
L.V. Plummer will compete in a pair of finals. Plummer won his heat in the 200-meter
dash with a time of 22.94, which was the fourth best.
In the 100-meter dash, Plummer had the seventh fastest time of 11.50 seconds to
advance.
The second day of the meet resumes on Saturday with the field events getting
underway at 10 a.m.

Women's Track
FRANKLIN, Ind. — A school record fell on Friday night as the Earlham College women's
track team competed in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships at
Franklin College.
Naami Wagner broke the Earlham pole vault record as she cleared 10'8" to finish
second. Earlier this season, Wagner tied the old standard of 9'6¼" to finish third,
which was established by Allison Blaetz in 2008.
The Quakers also had three other competitors score, while another qualified for
Saturday's finals.
Maddie Fega and Molly Mahoney scored in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Fega was
fourth with a time of 12:56.47 and Mahoney was fifth after running a 12:57.68.
In the 10,000-meter run, Emma Hauser posted a time of 41:29.34 to finish in fourth
place.
Zoe Wolfe qualified for the finals in the 400-meter hurdles. Wolfe ran the seventh
quickest time of 1:14.11 to advance.
The two-day meet resumes on Saturday with the field events starting at 10 a.m.


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