COLUMBIA, Ky. -- Campbellsville's (Ky.) Kelsey Feltner is the Mid-South Conference and NCCAA Women's Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week, MSC and NCCAA officials announced Tuesday.
Feltner picks up her first weekly conference and national award of the season.
COLUMBIA, Ky. – Campbellsville University women's track and field picked up right where it left off against Mid-South Conference opponents. The Lady Tigers won the Lindsey Wilson College Invitational on Saturday, March 29, the first meet with more than three MSC teams since CU won the MSC Championship last April.
ATLANTA, Ga. – Nathelie Zetrenne and Christiana Harris each scored nine team points Saturday to lead the Campbellsville University women's track and field to a 14th place finish in its outdoor opener at the Emory University Invitational.
Harris led all of CU's athletes with four qualifying times/marks for the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Championships in May, while Zetrenne qualified for three NCCAA events. Kelsey Feltner and Alexis Crawford also qualified for an NCCAA event.
MARIAN, Ind. -- Myra Rose finished as an All-American in the women's high jump Saturday to cap a four All-American performance by Campbellsville University at the 33rd annual NAIA Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
MARION, Ind. – One half of an inch (.01 meters) proved to be a big difference Friday in women's triple at the 33rd annual NAIA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships. That is all that separated freshman Keisha Chiles from claiming Campbellsville University's first-ever NAIA track championship and also the difference between third and fourth place for senior Tiosha Beasley.