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Women’s Track and Field Enters 2024 USTFCCCA Rating at No. 12

1/24/2024 | Alisha Alexander | Assistant Athletics Director-Sports Information
NEW ORLEANS – LC State Women’s Track and Field earned seven national-qualifying standards through the first two meets of the indoor season to total 76.87 points in the first USTFCCCA Track and Field Rating Index of the year. The total has the Warriors ranked No. 12 in the NAIA for the highest indoor mark in program history.


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


Sydnie Zywina and Jennah Carpenter have each hit two standards for indoor nationals. Zywina is ranked sixth in the triple jump with her school-record leap of 11.64m and 17th in the long jump at 5.52m, also a program best. Carpenter hit the A standard in the high jump (1.68m) during her pentathlon last weekend. She is ranked seventh in the high jump and in the pentathlon with her 3,296-point total.


Lewiston product Emily Collins ran a provisional standard in the 400m in Moscow over the weekend. She sits 20th in the NAIA at 58.13.


Click  HERE for a full breakdown of the rating.



Warrior Track and Field is in Spokane this weekend for the Inland Northwest Invitational.


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