Lenzey Stidham from Siena Heights University won the women’s pole vault competition Thursday afternoon after she cleared the 3.85-meter mark.
Stidham went on to fail three subsequent attempts at a 4-meter
After the first day of competition, only 82 points separate first and second place in the women’s heptathlon. Making 2012 NAIA title still up for grabs.
In the first event, the 100 meter hurdles, Brianna Leslie (jr) of Azusa Pacific University
An NAIA official has confirmed that due to a malfunction in timing equipment during the women’s 100 meter hurdle trials all competitors will advance to the semi finals. The women’s 100 meter hurdles semi-finals will take place Friday May 25th at 1:20 in the afternoon on the track.
In the beginning there were 24 Men’s Hammer competitors, in the end there was one.
Darien Moore (Jr) of Valley City was the one who ended up conquering all the challenges and winning the competition with a throw of 60.96 yards.
The 24 throwers
Sharayah Kenady of Concordia (Oregon) won the Women’s Hammer Throw this morning, with a distance of 57.54 meters. Kenady had about 2.7 meters on the second place winner, Victoria Lee of Indiana Wesleyan University.
Both Kenady and Lee’s winning scores