Aquinas - Women 7th, Men 19th in latest USTFCCCA Rankings

Aquinas - Women 7th, Men 19th in latest USTFCCCA Rankings

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The men's and women's indoor track & field teams continue to find themselves nationally ranked in the fifth and final installment of the USTFCCCA indoor national rankings. The women slipped one spot and checked in at the #7 this week, while the men dropped to 19th following their performances at the WHAC Championships. The women collected 147.19 points this week and the men came home with 73.08. Points are computer generated and based on how high you athletes are ranked on the NAIA Performance List. On the women's side the WHAC has five teams in the top 25 (Indiana Tech #1, Siena Heights #6, Cornerstone #18, Davenport #24), while the men sport four teams in the top 20 (Indiana Tech #1, Cornerstone #6, and Siena Heitghts #8). The WHAC, by a large margin. remains the toughest track & field conference in the nation.

The men's team is being led by a group of performers who are ranked in the top ten of their respective events. This list includes:

Curtis Bell (JR/Coleman, Michigan) - Pole Vault - (2nd - 21.21 points)

Scott Berzley (SO/Grand Rapids, Michigan) - Pole Vault - (8th - 12.20 points)

Nate McKeown (FR/Hesperia, Michigan) - High Jump - (7th - 13.60 points)

4x400 Meter Relay - (8th - 9.43 points)

Distance Medley Relay - (10th - 6.93 points)

Highlighting the efforts from the women's team are:

Adri Sigafoose (JR/McBain, Michigan) - 600 Meters - (4th - 16.98 points), 800 Meters - (2nd - 21.99 points), Mile - (10th - 2.98 points)

Alexis Miller (SO/Caledonia, MI) - Mile - (9th - 12.36 points)

Kathy Middaugh (SR/Newyago, Michigan) - 5000 Meters (8th - 12.69 points)

4x800 Meter Relay - (7th - 10.83 points)

4x400 Meter Relay - (8th - 9.27 points)

Distance Medley Relay (1st - 25.11 points)