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(CANTON, NY)-- Concordia first-year athlete Angie Pfieffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) finished seventh in the finals of the 100-meter dash at the NCAA Division III National Meet at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. Pfeiffer ran a 12.44 in the finals which was won by Vernick Smith of Wheaton College (MA) in a time of 12.02.
Her seventh place finish earns her All-American honors. She becomes
only the third All-American for the Cobbers in the past four years. In
2001, Kelli Tranby ('03,
Moorhead, Minn.) finished fifth in then long jump and in 2000, Maria
DeBoer ('00, Pine Island, Minn.) was eighth in the discus.
5/23 Pfeiffer Qualifies for the Finals
of the 100-Meter Dash.
Pfeiffer qualified for the national meet with a time of 11.95 which she posted at the Masanz Invitational at MSU-Moorhead on May 3.
5/23 Mougey and Plante Continue Their
Quest at Nationals.
(CANTON, NY)-- Mariah Mougey (Sr., Enderlin, N.Dak./Enderlin HS) and Nicole Plante (So., Fort Benton, Mont./Fort Benton HS) continued their quest for all-american status at the second day of competition at the NCAA Division III National Meet at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y.
Mougey did not make the finals in the hammer throw. Her distance of 159-11 placed her 10th in the event. She qualified for the event with a throw of 164-7 at the Masanz Invitational at MSU-Moorhead on May 3. The 10th place finish was two places higher than her seed coming into the meet.
Plante competed in two events on the second day. She finished the final three events in the heptathlon and participated in the open javelin. In the heptathlon she jumped 15-0.50 in the long jump, threw 125-10 in the javelin and ran a 2:38.25 in the 800-meters to finish 20th in the event. Her toss in the javelin was the fourth farthest distance among the competitors.
She then competed in the open javelin and threw 120-5. She did not make the finals in the event and her final distance placed her 18th in the event. She qualified for the javelin with a throw of 139-5 which was the fifth farthest distance in the nation entering the event.
The Cobber's third national meet participant, Angie
Pfieffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS), will run later in the day
on Friday when she competes in the 100-meter dash preliminaries at 7:25pm
(CANTON, NY)-- Mariah Mougey (Sr., Enderlin, N.Dak./Enderlin HS) and Nicole Plante (So., Fort Benton, Mont./Fort Benton HS) kicked off the NCAA Division III National Meet for Concordia by competing in the opening day of the event which is being held at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y.
Mougey competed in the discus throw and did not make the finals of the event. Her best throw in the preliminaries was 128-5 which fell 12 feet shy of the distance to earn a spot in the finals. She qualified for the national meet with a throw of 139-10 at the Masanz Invitational at MSU-Moorhead on May 3.
Mougey will compete in the hammer throw, her best event, on Friday, may 23 at 10:30am (est)
The other first-day competitor for Concordia was Nicole Plante who finished the first four events in the heptathlon. She currently has 2,294 points, which places her in 20th place after finishing the 100-meter hurdles, high jump, shot put and 200-meter dash.
Plante started the heptathlon by running the second fastest time in the 100-meter hurdles. Her time of 16.52 earned her 652 points, the most in an individual event on the first day. Plante stumbled in the middle two events of the day, clearing 4-7.75 in the high jump and then putting up a distance of 30-2.25 in the shot put. Her high jump height placed her 19th in the competition and she was 18th in the shot put. She gained ground in the day's final event, the 200-meter dash, by finishing with a time of 28.00.
Plante qualified at the MIAC Heptathlon with a total score of 4,250 points. After the first day of events at that competition she had amassed 2,384 points.
Plante will finish the hepathlon on Friday, May 23. She will also compete in the javelin throw on Friday at 10:30 am (est). She qualified in that event with the fifth farthest distance in the nation at 139-5.
The Cobber's third national meet participant, Angie Pfieffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS), will run in the 100-meter dash preliminaries on Friday at 7:25pm (est).
5/22-23 Cobber Athletes Schedule of
Events at National Meet.
5/20 Three Cobbers Qualify for the DIII
Mariah Mougey (Sr., Enderlin, N.Dak./Enderlin HS) qualified in both the discus and hammer throw, Nicole Plante (So., Fort Benton, Mont./Fort Benton HS) qualified in the heptathlon and javelin - and Angie Pfieffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) qualified in the 100-meter dash.
It is the second time that Mougey will be competing in the national meet, it is the first time for both Plante and Pfeiffer.
5/16 Cobbers Compete at the St. Thomas
5/15 Nicole Plante Comes Up Short at
St. Thomas Heptathlon.
5/15 Liz Sorenson Competes at Central
5/09-10 COBBERS HOST MIAC CHAMPIONSHIP
5/03 Smash! School Records Shatter at
the Masanz Invitational.
5/02 Plante Finishes 4th, Splichal 9th
at MIAC Heptathlon.
Plante moved up three places in the second day of competition due to her national provisional qualifying distance of 129-0 in the javelin. That mark is a personal-best for Plante and is the second farthest distance in school history.
Splichal's best event of the second day was the long jump where she put up a mark of 16-4 1/4. It was the farthest distance among the heptathlon competitors, and earned her 554 points.
5/01 Plante and Splichal Compete at
Plante is currently in seventh place after the first day's events and Splichal is in eight place. Plante's one-day total of 2,384 points is 532 points behind Kim Davis of Carleton who leads with 2,916 points. Plante's best event of the day was the 100-meter hurdles, where she ran a time of 16.03 to score 711 points.
Splichal is only 27 points behind Plante, as she finished the first day with 2,357 points. Splichal's top event was also the 100-meter hurdles. She ran a 15.96 to score 719 points.
Action continues tomorrow at Carleton's Laird Stadium at 12 noon.
4/29 Cobbers Continue to Sprint Towards
4/26 Cobbers Compete at the Macalester
4/26 Cobbers Compete at the Drake Relays.
For the third straight team meet, Concordia finished second and had several impressive individual performances. The Cobbers finished only 55.5 points behind meet champion, and NCAA Division II powerhouse, North Dakota State University. Concordia were 52 points better than South Dakota State, who finished in third place and 66.5 points better than MSU-Moorhead.
Individually, Concordia won two events, had seven all-time top ten school marks and finished with 22 personal-best performances. Angie Pfieffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) won the 100-meter dash in a time of 12.63. She beat out a field that featured two athletes from NDSU and top-flight sprinters from Bemidji State and SDSU. Her time is the second fastest mark in the MIAC this season and is only 3/100th of a second behind the national provisional mark of 12.39. She also made a splash in the 200-meters where she finished third, but broke the school record with a time of 25.44. That mark is the best time in the conference this spring and is only 4/100th of a second behind the national provisional mark.
The other event winner for the Cobbers was Carrie Fransen (So., Coleharbor, N.Dak./Underwood HS). Fransen won the 1,500-meters in a time of 4:55.85. That is her career-best and is the 10th fastest time in school history.
The 3,00-meter steeplechase proved to be a huge point-winner for Marv Roeske's crew. Lisa Owen (Jr., Mineral, Virg./Minot HS)(11:42.27), Julie Miller (So., Duluth, Minn./Duluth East HS)(11:50.65) and Jennifer St. John (So., Billings, Mont/Billings West HS)(11:56.31) pushed themselves to a 2-3-4 finish in the event with all three posting marks that were in the top six in school history. Owen's second place time is the second best time in the MIAC so far this season.
The long jump, while not providing the Cobbers with many finalists, proved to be one of the most successful events of the day for the team. Renee Splichal (Garrison, N.Dak./Garrison HS), Emily Tollefson (So., Minot, N.Dak./Minot HS), Nicole Plante (So., Fort Benton, Mont./Fort Benton HS) and Katie Young (Fr., Roseville, Minn./Roseville Area HS) all had personal best distances in the event.
Concordia will send a small crew to the Drake Relays in Iowa this weekend. The majority of the squad will compete in the Macalester Invitational on Saturday, April 26 at 10:00am.
4/17-19 Cobbers Compete at Kansas Relays.
4/15 Angie Pfeiffer and Mariah Mougey
Earn MIAC Honors.
Angie Pfieffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) was the named the MIAC Track Athlete of the Week. She earned her award by posting impressive times in two separate meets. Pfeiffer recorded week-best times of 12.39 in the 100-meters, 26.11 in the 200-meters and a 58.39 in the 400-meters. She won both the 200-meter and 400-meter races at the CSB/SJU Quadrangular. She has won two of the three 200-meter races she has competed in during the outdoor season, and is currently ranked number one in the MIAC in the 400 and the 200-meter events, and second in the 100-meter.
Field athlete Mariah Mougey (Enderln, N.D./Enderlin HS) placed first in both the hammer and discus at the Jamestown Invitational last week and the CSB/SJU Quadrangular to earn her honor. Her discus toss of 126-3 ranked second in the MIAC, and her hammer throw of 162-0 is first in the MIAC and eighth in the NCAA. After three meets Mougey is undefeated in both the hammer throw and discus.
4/14 Two Cobbers Compete at the CSB/SJU
3/14 Kelli Tranby Competes at the NCAA
3/07 Cobber in 4th Place After 1st Day
of MIAC Championships.
3/06 Nicole Plante Finishes 6th at MIAC
2/28 Cobbers Compete at St. Olaf Open.
2/21 Cobbers Set Sights on MIAC/NCAA
2/10 Kelli Tranby Named MIAC Field Athlete
of the Week.
Tranby jumped 17'10.75" in the long jump at the NDSU
Bison Open on Saturday, February 8. It was her first jump of the
season, due to nagging injuries, and provisionally qualified her for the
NCAA National Meet. The mark is also the top distance posted by an MIAC
athlete this season. That distance was only 3/4 of an inch off of her indoor
2/08 Cobbers Claim 2 Titles at NCAA Division II-Laden Bison Open.
1/04 Alumni Meet Information and Entry Form Now Online.
6/21 Former Concordia All-American Track Star
Kuehl Wins the Discus at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
She is currently ranked 12th in the world in the discus by the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF).
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