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Women's track

The Concordia women's track team took top Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference honors  in indoor track and second place in the outdoor season.

Named to the all-conference team for the indoor season were Denise Baizarini '90 Simms, Mont.; and Minnesotans Tammy Krell and Mary Line, both '88 from Verndale; Sue Licke '88, Deer River; Ann McKenna '88, Moorhead; Kris Deboer '89, Pine Island; Sarah Tuttle '89, Owatonna; Lisa Conzemius '89, Breckenridge; Chris Frederick '91, Foley; Peg Savanik '91, Apple Valley; Sue Caspers '91 Burnsville; and Chris Godfrey '91, Proctor,

Deboer set a school record of 18-3 in the long jump and 11.54 meters in the triple jump. Krell set a school record of 8.75 seconds in the 55-meter hurdles and 15.16 in the 100-meter hurdles.

In the 800-meter run, Baizarini set a school record with the time of 2 minutes, 21 seconds, and the team of Conzemius, McKenna, Line and Voni Arndt '90, Vail, Cob., set a school record of 49.5 seconds in the 400-meter relay. All-conference members for the outdoor season were Line, Conzemius, Arndt McKenna, Krell, Deboer Licke, Frederick, Amy Walstad '91, Fargo, N D and Michelle Jolie, '88 McFarland, Wis.

Jolie, Deboer, Line, Krell, Frederick and McKenna all participated at the National   {'Collegiate Athletic Association Division III outdoor meet. Line, McKenna, KreH and Frederick placed fifth in the 1,600-meter relay, and Line placed third in the heptathlon and long jump in both the in door and outdoor meets Par ticipants in the national indoor meet named all-America were Deboer, Line, Krell, Frederick and McKenna. Coach Doug Perry '65 said, 'The women were well prepared, both mentally and physically. This is the first time they, or anyone, defeated St. Thomas in an indoor track meet since 1984. That sure was a great way to end a career for the seniors.