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24 UAA Women Qualify for NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships

24 UAA Women Qualify for NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships

Twenty-four UAA student-athletes qualified for the 2018 NCAA Division III Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships, which will take place at the Birmingham CrossPlex in Birmingham, Alabama Friday and Saturday.

NCAA Women's Accepted Entries

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Washington University leads Association teams with 10 entries. Five UAA schools will be represented at the women's championship.

Washington University (10)

Annalise Wagner: 800 meters; 1,600-meter relay; Distance Medley Relay
Sophie Grigaux: 800 meters; 1,600-meter relay
Nicky Althoff: 1,600-meter relay; Distance Medley Relay
Paige Lawler: 5,000 meters
Sara Mesiano: 1,600-meter relay
Abigail Martin: Distance Medley Relay
Alison Lindsay: Distance Medley Relay
Heidi Nassos: Pole Vault
Julia Dannenbaum: Pole Vault
Eka Jose: Triple Jump

Emory University (5)

Dani Bland: 60-meter dash; 200-meter dash; 1,600-meter relay
Gabrielle Stravach: Mile
Dilys Osei: 1,600-meter relay
Kaitlyn Leonard: 1,600-meter relay
Erica Goldman: 1,600-meter relay

Brandeis University (4)

Emily Bryson: Distance Medley Relay; 3,000-meter run
Julia Bryson: Distance Medley Relay
Lisbeth Valdez: Distance Medley Relay
Doyin Ogundiran: Distance Medley Relay

University of Chicago (3)

Laura Darcey: High Jump; Pentathlon
Robin Peter: 60-meter hurdles
Nicole Vacaguzman: 400-meter run

NYU (2)

Justina Sanders-Schifano: 400-meter run
Evelyn Nkanga: Triple Jump