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Artz, Kozlowski Lead St. Norbert Effort in Beantown

From Sports Information Director, February 13, 2016 | Women's Track & Field
by Dan Lukes,, (920) 403-4077

BOSTON - St. Norbert College had several strong performances as a contingent of Green Knights traveled to the East Coast to participate in the Boston University Terrier Classic.

Brittany Kozlowski completed in the 800-meter run, turning in a time of 2:11.57. The mark is currently the third-best time in the 800 this indoor season in Division III.

Erin Artz registered a personal-best time of 17:07.38 in the 5,000-meter run, a mark which is also good for the third-best showing in Division III in the event this season.

The distance medley relay of Artz, Kozlowski, Peyton McCauley and Sarah Duff finished with a time of 12:13.29. The showing was the third-best time in school history and is currently 18th in Division III this season.

The rest of the squad competed at the unscored Monmouth College Open at the Huff Center in Monmouth, Ill.

Haley Joosten won the 1-mile run with a time of 5:29.61. Charlotte Walsh was fourth in the event with a time of 5:35.64.

In the shot put, Kristina Herman was second with a distance of 40-feet 9 1/2 inches. Hannah Kruse was seventh with a heave of 39-0 1/2.

Liz LeCaptain placed third in the 60-meter dash with a time of 7.97 seconds. Angel Hon was eighth in the 60 with a time of 8.14 seconds and was also eighth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.65 seconds.

Tori Nelsen was third in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 18:54.09 while Alyssa Wegner was seventh with a time of 19:21.38.

Haidyn Mueller was fourth in the 60-meter hurdles, turning in a time of 9.67 seconds. Teagan Wernicke was fifth at 9.74 seconds and Kelly Johnson was eighth in 10.18 seconds.

Nicole Vanderlin was second in the high jump with a height of 5-2 1/2. Samantha Morateck was fourth at 5-0 1/2.

Grace Mickelson was fourth in the pole vault with a height of 9-6 1/2 while Graceanne Tarsa and Meghan Vandenack were tied for seventh at 9-0 1/2.

Morateck placed seventh in the long jump at 15-11 3/4. Wernicke also had a jump of 15-11 3/4 but placed eighth on jumps.

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