NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Northern Michigan University Track & Field sent six athletes to the Dr. Keeler Invitational hosted by North Central College and finished with two school records and three NCAA Provisional marks.
| SETTING SCHOOL RECORDS
Senior Shayla Huebner (Marquette, Mich.) crossed first in the 400-Meter Run with a new school record time of 55.79, good enough for an NCAA Provisional time. Huebner then joined junior Sydney McPeters (Sugarland, Texas), senior Paige Dutcher (Williamston, Mich.) and junior Paige Du Bois (Green Bay, Wis.) in the 4x400 Meter Relay to beat the school record, winning the race with an NCAA Provisional time of 3:46.86.
| GETTING FIRST
Sophomore Izabelle Peterson (Marquette, Mich.) captured the 200-Meter Dash in a time of 24.38. In the high jump, senior Michelle Juergen (Gau-Odernheim, Germany) cleared 5'5.75, which made the NCAA Provisional mark and won the event.
| OTHER RESULTS
Huebner finished fifth in the 200-Meter Dash, posting a time of 25.44. Juergen came in sixth with a jump of 18'1 in the long jump. Du Bois competed in the 400-Meter Run, taking sixth by crossing in 58.75 and also was 16th in the 800-Meter run at a time of 2:16.29. Dutcher crossed in 25.26 for 12th in the 200-Meter Dash.
| UP NEXT
The Wildcats now await their NCAA fate as the NCAA Qualifiers will be announced Tuesday. The NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships will take place May 23-May 25 in Kingsville, Texas.