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UVU Women lead After Day 1 of GWC Championships; Men in Fourth
May 10, 2012
McKell Camp-Nielson set a new school record and moved up to 14th in the nation (collegiately) and 24th in the U.S. overall (college and professional) with a throw of 166 feet, 11 inches.
"She was hovering around that all day long and when her sixth throw was at its peak we knew it was going to be her best throw," UVU track and field coach Scott Houle said.
After three events, the UVU women's team leads with 47 points, followed by North Dakota (34), Texas-Pan America (19), Seattle U. (6), NJIT (5) Bakersfield (3) and Houston Baptist (3).
On the men's side, UVU is in fourth with 15 points. North Dakota leads with 22, followed by UTPA (18) and Seattle U. 17.
Stephanie Christensen (37 minutes, 28.17 seconds) won the women's 10,000 meters and Angela Baker (28:21.96) was third, while in the men's 10,000 meters, Mike Felix placed second (31:27.73) and Trevor Baker placed eighth (33:13.96).
In the men's javelin, Mark Jones finished third at 183-04.
Action in the men's and women's decathlon and heptathlon resumes at 11 a.m. (MT) Friday, while field events begin at noon with the men's shot put and the running events get underway at 3:05 p.m. with the women's 1,500 meters.