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Five Hawks Qualify for Nationals at Wheaton Invitational

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  • The Hawks had five athletes qualify for nationals in their respective events. Jim Cummins

      The Hawks had five athletes qualify for nationals in their respective events. Jim Cummins

 
Bill Smith, Harper College Hawks Sports Information

In their third outdoor meet of 2014, the Harper College women's track and field team had five athletes qualify for nationals in their respective events.

Taylor LoCoco (/Prairie Ridge) set a PR in the 400-meter dash and qualified for nationals with a time of 1:07.70. LoCoco also PR'ed in the 200-meter dash with a time of 28.97 seconds. Marisa Andreuccetti (Elk Grove Village, Ill./Conant) ran a 2:32.05 in the 800-meter run to qualify.

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Lori Delfin (/Wheeling) (43:15.66) and Mary Piltaver (/Conant) (43:39.61) both ran PR and national-qualifying times in the 10k. Lara Sladek (/St. Viator) stood out in the hammer throw with a toss of 31.34m (102' 10") for a berth in the national meet.

Other notable performances included a PR from Stephanie Hurwitz (Rolling Meadows, Ill./Fremd) in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.25 seconds. In the women's shot put, Cieara Royster () set a personal-best with a toss of 7.89m (25' 10 ¾ "). Anna Lanier (Dominican Republic/Home School) showed promise in the javelin with a toss of 17.08m (56').

Harper is back in action this weekend at the Chicagoland Outdoor Championships, hosted by Lewis University in Romeoville.

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