CMU - Chippewas Garner 3 Firsts At Toledo
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Andy Sneddon, CMUChippewas.com
TOLEDO, Ohio - Central Michigan track and field student-athletes took three firsts Friday at the regular-season-closing Toledo Invitational.
The Chippewas will return to the University of Toledo Track on Thursday for the three-day Mid-American Conference Championships.
CMU's Tina Davis won the women's 100-meter dash, Shane Moffo was first in the men's 110 hurdles, and Ziemowit Dutkiewicz won the men's 400.
Davis finished in 11.92 seconds, Moffo in 14.42, and Dutkiewicz in 47.46.
Also for the CMU women, Gabriella Beauvais was second in the long jump (18 feet, 6 inches), Shaya Wilkerson was second in the triple jump (37-2 ½) while Ijeoma Agomo was fourth in the triple jump (35-2 ½), DeJanae Terry was fourth in the 100 (12.56), Wilkerson was fourth in the high jump (5-1), Amber Wagner was fifth in the pole vault (11-6 ¼), April Micheaux was fifth in both the 100 hurdles (14.81) and long jump (18-1 ½), and Danielle Horton placed seventh in the 100 hurdles (15.28).
The Chippewa men got second-place finishes from Matt Mueller in the high jump (6-6 ¾) and from Jake Peister in the triple jump (48-5 ¼); and thirds from Tony Armstrong in the pole vault (15-5) and from Ali Taha in the long jump (22-3 ¾).