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Day 2 Recap 2019 Women's Outdoor Track & Field National Championship

GULF SHORES, Ala. - After day two of the 2019 NAIA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala. five more individual champions were crowned at the Mickey Miller Blackwell Sportsplex as British Columbia currently holds the lead.

Running Events

5k Race Walk – Anali Cisneros, Judson (Ill.), 25:06.98, Cisneros captured her third title in the 5k race walk in as many years.

4x800 Race – British Columbia (Jamie Hennessey, Madelyn Huston, Mikayla Tinkham, Nicola Symonds) 8:51.37. This is the second consecutive and third total women’s 4x800 title that British Columbia has claimed

Heptathlon

Kamberlyn Lamer, Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.), 5,065.

Lamer won her first outdoor heptathlon and first heptathlon title for Dakota Wesleyan.

Throws

Shot Put – Samantha Liermann, Concordia (Neb.), 15.37 (50-5¼). Liermann notched her second career shot put title after winning the event in 2017. The title was Concordia’s third in the women’s shot put.

Jumps

Triple Jump – Tiona Owens, Wayland Baptist (Texas), 12.40. Owens won her first triple jump title and Wayland Baptist's second. The last time that WBU won the triple jump was the first year of the women's outdoor track & field championships in 1986.

Up Next

The final day of competition will start with the marathon at 6:00 a.m. central time. The finish at the marathon will be on the PlayNAIA Facebook Live.

For results, scores, heat sheets and links to watch CLICK HERE

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