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Olaf will have a trio of returning winners back in the field. Grant will try for his third-straight title in the 5,meter run and teammates Phillip Meyer 10,meter run and Jake Brown 3,meter steeplechase will each try for two in a row in their respective events.
Saint John's Thomas Feichtinger will try for a third-straight championship in the meter run. Hamline's Tom Larson is the returning champion in the meter dash, and Concordia's Ben Vickstrom returns to try for two in a row in the meter dash. There are also a pair of MIAC champion jumpers back in the mix, with Logan Hovie gunning for a third-straight high jump title and Augsburg's Barinedum Kordah trying to capture the long jump title for the second season in a row.
Beyond those returning champs, each team has athletes back with high hopes for success this weekend. Carleton has a strong group of experienced runners led by Colby Seyferth and Hart Hornor. Concordia's strength lies with its versatile athletes, including Jackson Schepp and Gabe Wright.
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In addition to star sprinter Larson Hamline has strength in the field events with pole vaulter Mark Volker and thrower Chase Duwenhoegger. Host school Macalester is excited with Hovie back in the high jump and seniors Joe Giamberdino distance and Konnor Fleming javelin. In addition to St. The Tommies will try for their fourth-straight title behind the talents of Jarvey and Schauer, with Michael Witschen jumps and Dan Sauro sprints adding to St.
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The meet will conclude Saturday, with field events beginning 2 p. Saturday's final event begins at 6: The top three individuals in each event and the first-place relay team will automatically earn All-Conference honors, and the 4th-through-6th place finishers in each open event and 2nd-through-6th place relay teams will all be named All-Conference Honorable Mention.
Catherine scoring points to take sixth. Macalester edged Hamline and Concordia for seventh, with Saint Mary's 76 sneaking past Augsburg 74 to grab the final spot in the top It was a banner year for MIAC women's swimmers and divers across the board, as seven MIAC meet records fell, and six of those stand as all-time conference marks.
Catherine senior Steff Jurusik won the yard individual medley with a new conference record of 2: Olaf star senior Meghan Weiss set a new meet record in the yard freestyle, with a time of 1: The meet should be another banner year, as both top individual award winners return for their senior seasons and two conference records have already fallen during the regular season. In its pursuit of consecutive title No. The Gusties enter the MIAC meet holding the top time in 10 of the 13 individual swimming events, and in four of the five relays.
She enters as the two-time defending champion in the and yard backstrokes and the defending yard individual medley champ as well.
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Strom also returns for Gustavus after her double record-setting performance a year ago. The junior is the two-time defending champ in the yard breaststroke, and will also defend the breast title. The Gusties have several other swimmers poised for big performances in Junior Katie Olson holds the league's top time in the yard freestyle 1: Gustavus is defending titles in the and yard freestyle relays, and the yard medley relay.
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This season, the Gusties have the top time in all three, in addition to the yard medley relay. Though Gustavus has a ton of talent back, St. Thomas and its returning stars shouldn't be overlooked. Kukielka returns as the two-time defending champ - and the MIAC and meet record holder - in the yard butterfly, and fellow junior Elise Guenther returns as one of the league's elite distance swimmers. Guenther is the two-time defending champion in the 1,yard freestyle.
Both Kukielka and Guenther hold the top times in the respective events this season as well as they aim for three-peats, and Kukielka was the first Athlete-of-the-Week winner in The Tommies are also the defending champs in the yard medley relay and junior breaststroke specialist Emily Punyko is also back for UST.
Olaf graduated stars Weiss and Lydia Feldman, but has plenty of talent back to target another top-three finish, and the Oles enter the championships as the defending champ and top-time holder in the yard freestyle relay. Senior Carolyn Bernhardt is back in the backstroke and sprint freestyle events, and sophomore duo Maddie Lee and Abbey Schnaith are also poised for breakout seasons after strong debuts a year ago. Carleton also enters hoping for more success and another top-five finish, and the Knights hope to retain control of the yard freestyle.