Baker’s Aaron Hannon, ranked No. 3 in the heptathlon, had to bow out midway through the competition because of a knee injury.
Jason Robbs placed third in his flight in the men’s weight throw with a toss of 18.08 meters and missed qualifying for finals. In the 60-meter hurdles, J.L. Anderson placed fourth in his heat (8.32 seconds).
In the women’s meet, Carrie Lister and Stephanie Nelson both threw the shot put. Lister placed seventh in the first flight with a throw of 12.77 meters. Nelson placed eighth in the second flight with a throw of 13.04 meters. Neither thrower advanced to finals.
In the pole vault, Katie Thurbon placed 21st in the women’s pole vault with a mark of 3.46 meters.
The second day of the three-day NAIA Indoor Championship Meet continues Friday, March 4, with the finale of the men's heptathlon and four more track finals - the men's and women's 3200-meter relays and the men's and women's 3000-meter walks. The field events kick into gear for the first time Friday with finals set for the men's and women's weight throw, women's pole vault, men's and women's long jump, and men's high jump.
|2011 Championships Information|
|General Information||Championships Information|
|2011 Men's Indoor Track & Field Teams||Schedule of Events|
|Quick Facts||Live Scoring of all Events|
|2010-11 Winter Media Guide||Photo Requests|
|Five-Year Calendar||DVD Order Form|
|Coaches Corner||Photo Gallery|
|Official NAIA Merchandise||Media Coverage|
|Day 1 Recap||Final Entries|
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