Panthers Publish Six All-Convention Finishes, UNI Males Lead After First Day at MVC
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – UNI had a robust first day of competitors on the Missouri Valley Convention Indoor Monitor and Subject Championships on Friday. The Panther males closed out the morning session main the staff standings with 39 factors, twelve factors forward of Indiana State, who sits in second place. The UNI girls are second within the staff standings on the shut of the night session, with 24 factors. On the ladies’s facet, Southern Illinois is in first with 40 factors.
Graduate college students Kyler Yodts and Darius King, in addition to freshman Parker Kiewiet, posted all-conference finishes within the morning session. Yodts set a brand new college file within the males’s weight throw with a toss of 20.75m to assert gold. Additionally within the males’s weight throw, King positioned third with a toss of 19.80m and sophomore Cam Jones positioned fifth with a personal-best mark of 18.90m. Within the males’s lengthy soar, Kiewiet completed second with a personal-best leap of seven.32m, whereas sophomore Jack Sumners rounded out the highest 5 with a mark of seven.14m.
4 Panthers certified for the boys’s 200-meter finals, which might be held on Sunday. Seniors Tayshaun Cooper and Isaiah Trousil took first and second with occasions of 21.88 and 21.98, respectively. Graduate scholar Eli Hicks additionally superior, taking fourth with a time of twenty-two.12 and sophomore Zach Butcher rounded out the qualifiers, putting eighth with a time of twenty-two.35. The lads’s distance medley relay staff positioned fifth with a time of 10:21.77.
Within the night session, redshirt senior Aleenah Marcucci and senior McKayla Cole posted all-conference finishes with Marcucci incomes silver within the girls’s lengthy soar with a personal-best leap of 5.79m and Cole incomes bronze within the girls’s 5000 meters with a time of 17:34.95. The ladies’s distance medley positioned second with a time of 12:05.40.
Freshman Libby Wedewer superior to the ladies’s 200-meter finals on Sunday, ending third within the prelims with a time of 24.99.
Competitors resumes tomorrow with the boys’s session slated to begin at 9:30 a.m. with the heptathlon. The ladies’s session is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. with the pentathlon. The MVC Indoor Monitor and Subject Championships may also be broadcasted on ESPN3, starting at 4:45 p.m.