WMU - 4 x 400 Falls Short at NCAA Prelims

WMU - 4 x 400 Falls Short at NCAA Prelims

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LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Western Michigan track and field team fell short of qualifying for the NCAA Championships after missing the cut in the 4x400-meter relay on Saturday night.

The team of Jordan Anderson, Lindsey Hufnagel, Davonne Bolden and Keyera Lige combined to run a time of 3:43.97 and finished in 21st. The Broncos were the lone team in event in the region to represent the Mid-American Conference.

Anderson, Hufnagel and Lige all wrap up their Bronco careers on a high note. All three scored for WMU at the Mid-American Conference Outdoor Championship, with Hufnagel winning the 400-meter hurdles.