Concordia had eight different freshmen or sophomores score points at the MIAC Meet.

 
Youngsters Shine At MIAC!

Courtesy of GoCobbers.com, Release: March 8, 2008


Meet Rewind:

Day 1 Recap: MIAC Meet Day 1 Recap

Pentathlon Results: MIAC Pentathlon Results

Final Meet Results: MIAC Meet Final Results

Meet Notables: Cobber Notables


Team Totals

Final Team Totals

1. St. Thomas - 233.0
2. Gustavus - 98.5
3. Bethel - 98.0
4. Concordia - 87.0
5. St. Benedict - 75.0
6. Carleton - 51.5
7. St. Catherine - 42.5
8. Hamline - 39.0
9. St. Olaf - 20.5
10. Macalester - 17.0
11. Augsburg - 14.0
12. Saint Mary's - 4.0


Meet Recap:

COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. (3/08/08)-- Concordia showed off its bright future on the second day of the MIAC Indoor Championship Meet. The Cobber youngsters helped the team finish in fourth place with a total of 87.0 points. That total is 18 points better than their seed score and was only 11.5 points out of second place.

All told eight different freshmen or sophomores scored points in the meet. Freshmen Hailey Brenden led the kiddie corps as she won the 3000 meters. She ran a 10:36.44 and won the event by almost four full seconds. Her time is the eighth fastest in school history.

Brenden was joined by sophomore Kristin Slette who finished sixth in the 200 meters, freshman Valerie Glynn who was seventh in the triple jump and freshman Kristen Warren who was seventh in the shot put as the only Cobber individual athletes to score points on the second day.

Slette finished off her outstanding conference meet by running a 27.11 in the 200 meters. Her previous best on the year was 27.44. Her time in the conference race puts her in sixth place on the school's all-time list. Slette also finished 11th in the 600-meter dash. For the meet she finished in the top 12 in the 200 meters, 400 meters and 600 meters.

Glynn was one of the top field athletes in the meet for CC. A day after placing second in the high jump, Kay knocked out a distance of 34-04.75 in the finals of the triple jump and finished seventh.

Warren had one of the biggest improvements at the conference meet. Her prior season-best in the shot put was 37-5.0, but then she put up a mark of 39-3.00 in the preliminary heat of the event to finish seventh.

The two Concordia relay teams on the final day of the meet both scored points. The 4x200-meter relay team of Alexa Kleingartner, Ashley Stoffer, Glynn and Tara Ray ran a 1:53.07 and claimed eighth place. In the final event of the meet, the CC 4x400-meter relay team clocked a 4:04.62 and finished third. That time for the quartet of Leah Kay, Katlin Anderson, Brittney Kolstad and Slette is a season best by almost six seconds and is the seventh best in school history.


Cobber Notables:

MIAC CHAMPIONSHIP MEET

MIAC CHAMPIONS:

3000 Meters - 10:36.44 – Hailey Brenden

MIAC ALL-CONFERENCE

(places 1-3 + 1st place relays only):

1st - 3000 Meters - 10:36.44 – Hailey Brenden

2nd - 400 Meters - 60.29 – Kristin Slette

2nd – High Jump – 5-3 (1.60m) – Valerie Glynn

2nd  - Pentathlon - 3249 points – Leah Kay

3rd – High Jump – 5-3 (1.60m) – Leah Kay

3rd - Pentathlon - 3002 points – Katlin Anderson

MIAC ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION
(places 4-6 & relay places 2-6):

3rd - 4 x 400 Relay - 4:04.62 – Leah Kay, Katlin Anderson, Brittney Kolstad, Kristin Slette

4th – 55 Hurdles – 8.74 – Alexa Kleingartner
4th – High Jump – 5-1.75 (1.57m) – Alyssa Deutschmann

4th - Weight Throw – 48-1.25 (14.66m) – Diane Moliva

5th – Mile – 5:16.90 – Hailey Brenden

6th - 200 Meters - 27.11 – Kristin Slette

6th - Pentathlon - 2700 points – Tara Ray

OTHER SCORERS (places 7-8)

7th - Triple Jump - 34-4.75 (10.48m) – Valerie Glynn

7th – High Jump – 5-1.75 (1.57m) – Katlin Anderson

7th – Shot Put – 39-3 (11.96m) – Kristen Warren
7th – Weight Throw – 46-8.25 (14.23m) – Sarah Sorvaag

8th – Long Jump – 16-2.5 (4.94m) – Leah Kay

8th - 4 x 200 Relay - 1:53.07 – Alexa Kleingartner, Ashley Stoffer, Tara Ray, Valerie Glynn

SCHOOL RECORD:

Pentathlon - 3249 points – Leah Kay

COBBER ALL-TIME TOP 10 PERFORMERS:

Pentathlon - 3249 points – Leah Kay – Top 10-#1

Pentathlon - 3002 points – Katlin Anderson – Top 10-#4

High Jump (Pentathlon) – 5-3.75 (1.62m) – Katlin Anderson – Top 10-#4

55 Hurdles (prelims) – 8.76 – Alexa Kleingartner – Top 10-#5

55 Hurdles (finals) – 8.74 – Alexa Kleingartner – Top 10-#5

400 Meters – 60.29 – Kristin Slette - Top 10-#5

200 Meters – 27.11 – Kristin Slette - Top 10-#6

High Jump – 5-3 (1.60m) – Valerie Glynn – Top 10-#6 (tie)

High Jump – 5-1.75 (1.57m) – Alyssa Deutschmann – Top 10-#7

600 Meters – 1:40.74 – Kristin Slette - Top 10-#8

3000 Meters – 10:36.44 – Hailey Brenden – Top 10-#8

4 x 400 Relay - 4:04.62 – Leah Kay, Katlin Anderson, Brittney Kolstad, Kristin Slette - Top 10-#8

PERSONAL RECORDS:

200- Kristin Slette

400- Kristin Slette

600- Kristin Slette

800- Leah Kay (pentathlon), Katlin Anderson (pentathlon), Tara Ray (pentathlon)

mile- Anna Hagen

3000- Hailey Brenden

55 hurdles- Brittney Kolstad, Alexa Kleingartner (prelims), Alexa Kleingartner (finals), Leah Kay (pentathlon), Katlin Anderson (pentathlon)

long jump- Tara Ray, Amanda Bakken

triple jump- Tara Ray

high jump- Valerie Glynn (tie), Alyssa Deutschmann, Katlin Anderson (pentathlon), Tara Ray (pentathlon); shot put- Kristen Warren, Leah Kay (pentathlon)

weight throw- Sarah Sorvaag

pentathlon- Leah Kay, Katlin Anderson, Tara Ray