Georgetown News
Track & Field - Tue, Apr. 14, 2015

Georgetown College men's and women's track and field got another look at some of the stiff Mid-South Conference competition this past weekend at University of the Cumberlands meet. The men finished 13th out of 20 teams, while the women were 16th out of 22.

The men were 34 points behind the closest conference opponent, while the women were 29.5 back.

"At big meets, with so many teams, the points get distributed a lot more," said GC coach Todd McDaniel. "The point is we are getting better, seeing our competition and getting ready to make some noise at the championship meet."

Nickolas Slucher's fourth place finish in the 10,000 meter run and the 4x800-meter relay's fourth place finish headlined the men's side. Grant Carr, Erick Mills, Slucher and Austin Snider teamed up for the high relay finish.

Austin Crawley, Micah Crawford, Cody Crawley and Austin Keene finished fifth in the 4x100-meter relay.

Jacob Hanser finished sixth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and Keene was sixth in the 400-meter dash. The final scoring team for the men was the 4x400-meter relay of Keene, Mills, Snider and Kyle Widemer. They finished eighth.

Tayler Godar highlighted the women's side with a victory in the 800-meter run. The junior was roughly two seconds off her record pace set in 2014.

Marissa Hale, Miranda Mullins, Kelsey Gregory and Rachael Wilson took fourth in the 4x800-meter relay. Hale was sixth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Mullins, Hale, Wilson and Godar were eighth in the 4x400-meter relay.

Maggie Murdock was the lone scorer in the field events with a seventh place finish in the pole vault.

Georgetown returns to action Friday in Centre's Twilight Meet.

 
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