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Women’s Track and Field Team Makes History

March 7, 2017
Communications Staff
Photo credit: Russell Kramer, NCAC

For the first time in program history, the women’s track and field team claimed an outright title at the North Coast Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships. The team secured six individual titles during the two-day competition with winning performances by Lilah Drafts-Johnson, Annie Goodridge, Naeisha McClain, Ana Richardson, Ave Spencer, and Shannon Wargo. This historic win is the second team championship title after tying with Ohio Wesleyan at the 2009 indoor championships.

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