NMU - Three Wildcats Earn All-GLIAC Honors

NMU - Three Wildcats Earn All-GLIAC Honors

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BIG RAPIDS, Mich. — Two Wildcats finished on the podium at the GLIAC Championships at Top Taggart Field.

Ine Mylle led the way for Northern Michigan with a first place finish in the triple jump (39-9.25). Her mark is a provisional mark that ranks her 13th in the country. The finish earned Mylle All-GLIAC first team honors.

Jasmine Williams also earned a spot on the podium finishing in third place in the discus throw (149-9). Her throw was a provisional mark. The finish earned Williams All-GLIAC third team honors.

Kameron Burmeister earned third team All-GLIAC honors with her third place performance in the 10,000 meter run yesterday.

Northern Michigan finished with 44.60 points overall for seventh place and tie with Wayne State.

Also in the discus throw, Samanthia Johnson finished in the top five posting a fourth place finish (147-8).

In relay action, the 4x400 relay of Danielle Brzezinski, Paige Dutcher, Clara Churchill, and Shayla Huebner finished in fifth place and set a new school record (3.50.28). The 4x100 relay of Avadon James, Brzezinski, Jenna Long and Yasmin Jelassi also sprinted to a fifth place finish (47.35).

James also posted a sixth place finish in the 100 meter dash (12.22) and eighth place finish in the 200 meter dash (26.32).

Huebner returned to the track in the 400 meter dash finals sprinting to a sixth place finish (56.91).

Kieren Becker and Michelle Juergen both posted top ten finishes. Becker ran to a ninth place finish the 1,500 meter run (4:47.39) and Juergen finished in a five-way tie for seventh place in the high jump (5-2.50)

"The team had a great day today." Said head coach Jenny Ryan. "It was a full team effort with many great performances to finish where we did in this strong conference. I couldn't be more proud of everyone on the team and what they accomplished at these championships and this season."