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2004-05 MIAC Indoor Track & Field
Championship Meet
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Men's Track and Field Championship Notes
(women's championship notes)

Augsburg
Augsburg's Jon Dahlin (Sr., St. Louis Park, Minn.) set an NCAA provisional distance and school record in the men's 35-pound weight throw at the St. Olaf Qualifier Open on Saturday.• Dahlin continues to advance his school record with a 16.48- meter effort, the NCAA provisional qualifying mark is 16.20 meters. • Other Auggies in the top 10 among MIAC runners: Dan Vogel (Sr., LaCrescent, Minn.), sixth in the 1,500; Kevin Haglund (So., Fridley, Minn./Concordia Academy HS), seventh in the triple jump; Steve Zaffke (Jr., Stewartville, Minn.), 10th in the triple jump ; and Spencer Power (So., Montgomery, Minn./Montgomery-Lonsdale HS), ninth in the shot put and 10th in the weight throw.

Bethel
Bethel has set several school records in the indoor season. • Dave Borner set the school mile record: 4:17.62. • Dave Borner set the school record in the 3000 meter: 8:45.13 • Bethel’s distance medley relay set a school record: 10:33.84. The members are Adam Erickson, Joel Dischinger, Chris Minor, and Dave Borner • Josh Otto has set two freshman records: 400 meters (50.63) and 600 meters (1:13.92) • Ryan Morey set a freshman record in the pole vault (14’ 3.25”)

Carleton
Chris Lundberg (Sr./Minneapolis/Edina) won the 800 meters and Doug Lind (Jr./Braham, Minn./Braham Area) took the shot put title as the Knights competed for the final time before the conference meet by hosting the Pre-MIAC Meet. • Adam Williamson (Jr./Amherst, Mass./Amherst Regional) enters the MIAC Indoor Championships as the top-ranked runner in the mile with a NCAA provisional-qualifying time of 4:15.92. Senior Dan Bucy (Sioux Falls, S.D./Lincoln) is ranked first in the 3,000.

Concordia
Distance runner Ben Nylander (Lisbon, N.D.) is making the most of his super senior season indoor track season. Entering the MIAC Indoor Championship Meet he is seeded seventh in the mile, third in the 1000 meters and eighth in the 3000 meters. He is the defending MIAC champion in the 1000 meters. • Kyle Halliday (Sr., Willmar, Minn.) also had a solid outing at the St. Olaf qualifier. He is currently ranked sixth in the MIAC in the event entering this weekend’s championship meet. He is also ranked seventh in the 600 yard dash. 

Gustavus
The Gustavus men's track and field team competed in the Pre-MIAC meet at Carleton College on Friday, February 25. No team scores were kept. Anthony Schultzetenberg won the 55-meter dash, Jack Henkemeyer won the 400-meter dash, and Drew Hood won the pole vault.

Hamline
Junior Jake Courrier (Wells, Minn.) broke his own record with a toss of 52-11 1/2, beating the old mark by 11 inches. • Sophomore pole vaulter Jake Kruger (Cascade, Wis.) added to his NCAA provisional height by clearing 15-4 1/2 at the Qualifier held Feb. 26 at St. Olaf. • Senior distance runner Jeff Metzdorff (Wadena, Minn.) set an NCAA provisional mark in the 5000-meter run with a time of 14:52.62 at the Iowa State Classic on Feb. 11.

Macalester
The Scots feature one of the top contenders in the pole vault in Alex Wise, who has already cleared a school-record 15-5 this winter • Macalester is looking for some high finishes from a pair of freshmen in the middle distances, Nate Crider and Josh Springer.  Bo Rydze placed third last year in the 3000 meters and should again compete for a high MIAC finish •  Ssebbaale Sseremba is a contender for a high triple jump finish •
Macalester claimed a pair of first-place finishes at the five-team Carleton Pre-MIAC Meet Friday, getting winning efforts from Alex Wise (So., Knoxville, Tenn. / Webb School) in the 200-meter dash and Nate Crider (Fy., Downers Grove, Ill. / District 99) in the 1000-meter run. • Second-place Macalester finishes at Carleton were posted by Josh Springer (Fr., Portland, Ore. / Cleveland) in the 800 meters, Bo Rydze (Sr., Iowa City, Ia. / City) in the mile run and Tim Burns (Jr., McFarland, Wis.) in the long jump

Saint John’s 
Senior Lee Clintsman (Maplewood, Minn./Hill-Murray) currently has the fastest time in the MIAC this indoor season in the 55-meter dash with a time of 6.55. • Paul Ferber (St. Cloud, Minn./Tech) currently has the best mark in the MIAC in the triple jump with a NCAA automatic qualifying time of 14.37m (47-1 3/4). • Steve Dalhed is seeded second in the MIAC in the 200-meter dash with a time of 22.56, and also the 400-meter dash with a time of 49.96. • Damien Dumonceaux is seeded third in the MIAC in the shot put with a put of 14.18m (47-6). 

Saint Mary’s 
Rob Friendt (Ogden, Utah) accounted for SMU's other school record, as the junior broke his own pole vault mark, winning the event with a vault of 14-9. 

St. Olaf 
The St. Olaf men's track team collected four individual wins, and three other top-four finishes in the Qualifier Saturday at the Tostrud Center. • Pete Cathcart (Jr., Lakeville, Minn.) continued his dominance in the shot, throwing to yet another win with his 52-4 3/4 effort. • The Ole's Kelly Fulton (Sr., Billings, Mont.) won the 3000, Sam Hauck (So., Arden Hills, Minn./Concordia Acad.) the 1000 and Evan Sundquist (Sr., White Bear Lake, Minn.) the long jump.

St. Thomas
St. Thomas ran the fourth-best Division III time thus far in 2005 in the indoor 4x400 relay at Saturday's Qualifier meet at St. Olaf. The Toms' 3:18.84 clocking has a good chance to return to the indoor nationals. • St. Thomas had three other firsts at St. Olaf; Joe Thomas won the high jump; Chris Mattke won the 600 ; and Colin Sullivan won the 5,000. • The Toms will look to break an all-time MIAC record for consecutive team championships in any sport this weekend. UST has won all 20 conference team titles held in indoor track, and if they can land No. 21 in Moorhead, they will surpass the St. Olaf men's swimming feat of 20 consecutive crowns.

MIAC Track & Field Schools

Augsburg
M | W

Bethel
M | W

Carleton
M | W

Concordia
M | W

Gustavus
M | W

Hamline
M | W

Macalester
M | W

St. Ben's
W

St. Catherine
W

St. John's
M

St. Mary's
M | W

St. Olaf
M | W

St. Thomas
M | W

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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