Track & Field

Track & Field

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A week after winning four events at Northwest Missouri State, the UNO women's track team followed it up with two wins and more success at the 2012 KT Woodman Classic at Wichita State.  Sophomore Kathie-Lee Laidley won the long jump with a wind-aided mark of 19-09.


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UNO's Sami Spenner won three events and took second in another at the 2012 Ashley Nally Heptathlon at Northwest Missouri State on Sunday.  Spenner won the heptathlon, long jump and 800 meters, while finishing second in the javelin and picking up personal bests in the 100-meter hurdles, the high jump and the 200 meters.


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A week after the UNO women's track and field team began the spring schedule at the Tulsa Duals, the Mavs achieved more success at the Bobby Lane Invitational at Texas-Arlington.  UNO set three personal bests and had two athletes finish highly after competing in events for the first time in their careers.


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The UNO women's track field team concluded their indoor season Friday at the Nebraska Tune-Up in Lincoln at the Devaney Center.  Just like the last few weeks, records were broken and personal bests were beaten as the Mavs get ready for the outdoor season.


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Since the beginning of the season, the UNO women's track and field team has been setting personal bests and meet records weekend after weekend.  Last Saturday at the Concordia Indoor Invitational in Seward, Neb. was no different.


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The UNO track and field team traveled to Wichita State last weekend, competing in the Varsity Apartments Invitational. By the end of the meet, one of the Mavs' best athletes earned an event win and established a new meet record.


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The UNO women's track and field team will head to Wichita this weekend off a very successful performance in Cedar Falls, Iowa.  At the Jack Jennett Invite at the University of Northern Iowa, the Mavs earned two first-place finishes among several personal bests on the weekend.


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Finishing in the top 20 is normally a springboard to further success the following season.  For the UNO women's track and field team and Assistant Coach Chris Richardson, competing in 2012 means much more than just getting better than last year.


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