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USTFCCCA Rates Warrior Women No. 14 in Latest Index

2/7/2024 | Alisha Alexander | Assistant Athletics Director-Sports Information
NEW ORLEANS – LC State Women’s Track and Field fell four spots in Wednesday‘s weekly USTFCCCA Track and Field Rating Index to No. 14. After taking last weekend off, The Warrior women have a point total of 67.70.


Madigan Kelly leads the Warrior women with the highest individual ranking in the group. The junior from Lewiston currently sits fourth in the NAIA in the 60m hurdles with a school-record time of 8.49. Geraldin Correa is eighth in the nation in the 800m with her time of 2:16.68.


The Warriors saw a great deal of success with their relays two weeks ago. The women’s 4x800m relay team of Grace Tiegs, Aubree Williams, Correa and Brooklyn Shell ran the fourth-fastest time in the NAIA this season with 9:26.53. Correa also ran in the 4x400m with Emily Collins, Sara Hathaway, Anika Grogan in the 21st-fastest run in the NAIA this season at 3:59.05.


Sydnie Zywina and Jennah Carpenter each hold two standards for indoor nationals. Zywina is ranked 10th in the triple jump with her school-record leap of 11.64m and 20th in the long jump at 5.52m, also a program best. Carpenter is ranked eighth in the high jump (1.68m) and seventh in the pentathlon with her 3,296-point total.


Lewiston product Collins ran a provisional standard in the 400m in Spokane over the weekend. She sits 25th in the NAIA at 57.89. She is also 25th in the 600m (1:38.44).


Click HERE for a full breakdown of the rating.



The Warriors are back in Spokane on Feb. 9-10 at the Whitworth Invitational.


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