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APSU Track finishes final day at Florida Relays, Cape Girardeau

 

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APSU Women's Track and FieldGainesville, FL – On a final day filled with relays, the Austin Peay State University (APSU) women’s track and field team concluded its time in the Sunshine State with a trio of outstanding relay efforts, including two school records in non-standard events at the Florida Relays.

Austin Peay Track and Field has excellent showings at relays, throw during Saturdays events. (APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay Track and Field has excellent showings at relays, throw during Saturdays events. (APSU Sports Information)

In a rarely-seen 4x100m hurdle shuttle relay, the quartet of Kamille Dunbar, Lennex Walker, Camaryn McClelland and Nia Gibbs-Francis—the latter a late add to the event—placed fifth with a program-record 59.05 mark, while the 4x800m foursome of Keleah Shell, Molly Howard, Maddie Morstad and Mikaela Smith broke through with a school-record 9:18.58 mark.

Over in Cape Girardeau, the freshman throws duo of Kori McDaniel and Jackie Verseman continue to prove that they will be a force in the Ohio Valley Conference for years to come. Verseman’s 34.65m mark in the discus placed her ninth and is the best showing in that event by a Governor since May 2015; McDaniel was none too far behind, posting a 34.40m toss.

The Govs return to action next weekend at the Hilltopper Relays in Bowling Green, Kentucky.


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