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The Finish Line -- ASC's Weekly Track and Field Notebook
April 15, 2004

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2004 ASC Track and Field Championships

Track and field teams across the American Southwest Conference complete final tune-ups for the ASC Track and Field Championships April 22-23 in Clinton, Miss. McMurry hosts an open meet on Thursday (Apr. 15) while Mississippi College is at the Mississippi Invitational on Saturday (Apr. 17).

McMurry recorded a pair of solid team finishes at Saturday’s David Noble/Angelo State Relays (Apr. 10). The men placed eighth (40.50 points) and the women 11th (17 pts.). . . . Jerrod Cook won the men’s hammer throw at 174-10, besting an all-NCAA Division II field by nine feet. . . . Courtney Chaney took fifth-place in the hammer (133-1) at the ASU/David Noble Relays. . . . Freshman Samantha Burgess broke her own school record in the 1500-m run with a 5:04.97 timing at the ASU/David Noble Relays.

Texas Lutheran’s Natalie Wood, who provisionally qualified in the heptathlon, is also a provisional qualifier in the 100 hurdles. The freshman threw a personal-best 28-0 in the shot put during heptathlon competition at at ASU/David Noble Relays.


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