Men and Women Claim ASC Track and Field Titles
April 25, 2003
ABILENE, Texas - Host McMurry University swept both team titles at the 2003 American Southwest Conference Track and Field Championships Friday (April 25) at Indian Stadium.
The Indian men outscored second-place Sul Ross State 371-103 while their female counterparts defeated Texas Lutheran 340-187. This marks the fifth consecutive season in which both programs won the ASC in the same year.
Finishing behind McMurry and Sul Ross in the men's team standings were Mississippi College (80) and Howard Payne (60). For the women, Mississippi College (26), Howard Payne (23) and Sul Ross (19) wound up third through fifth.
Barbara Crousen was named the ASC Coach of the Year for both men and women.
Other individual award winners at the 2003 ASC Track and Field Championships include:
The women's All-Conference track and field team was comprised of Edwards, White, Crystal Early (McM), Hoot, Erika Fischer (McM), Talila Harlmon (McM), Julie Sodolak (TLU), Brittnay Densman (McM), Ashley Porter (McM), Amanda Tucker (TLU), Tiffany Choate (McM), Amanda Ward (McM), Mallory Bryan (McM), Nicole Salerno (McM), Christalina Avalos (TLU), Jennifer Ybarra (TLU), Adriana Rameriz (McM), Courtney Chaney (McM), Laury Gates (McM), Amber Arrambide (TLU), Angela Crane (MC) and Liz Ramsey (HPU).
On the men's side, all-conference performers included Enright, Givens, Quinton Boldon (HPU), Brotherton, Ben Woods (McM), Ty Gerner (McM), Justin Rogers (MC), Larry Morales (SRSU), Daniel Sauls (McM), Trey Bates (McM), Jerrod Cook (McM), Matthew Manning (MC), Jacob Heidenreich (McM), Noah Abeita (McM), Quentin Lankford (McM), Jeff Robichaux (MC), Jeremy Cox (McM), James Townsend (McM), John Kniffen (McM), Anthony Joeris (McM), Ryder Peacock (McM), Calley Conner (McM), Jeremy Gonzales (McM) and Robert Williams (SRSU).
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