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Together By Christopher Webb IU track and field squad with both home and away meets this week won their ninth NCAA automatic qualifying performance of the season. The squad also recorded their season’s fifth Gladstein Fieldhouse record with a time of 9:30.78, in the men’s distance medley relay which was led by sophomore runners Andy Bayer and Chris Vaughn. “It felt great to be a part of something real good,” Vaughn Said “This was a huge milestone in my life and so far in my track career.” In Tyson, the squad had seemingly not surprising performances by senior shot putter and weight throw Faith Sherrill, who won both her events in the shot put and weight throw with a heaves of 17.37-meters and 19.19-meters respectively. The squad also received some major contributions from sophomore Patrick Onye who won the
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Unformatted text preview: men’s shot put but was still disappointed in his performance and believes he still has room to grow. “It was still a letdown,” Onye Said “At some point you have to realize that you are better than what you are and put more work in.” Throwing coach Jermaine Jones believes that his throwers has the potential to go all the way this year but believes the Tyson meet was a transition phase for the team looking forward to the Big Ten’s as well the first day of their training. “Don’t get me wrong this meet was important, but this was a meet for them to sharpen up and put in some work,” Coach Jones Said “This was sort of a tune up meet for us and as well the first day of training so when the Big Tens’ come around we make sure we’re clicking on all cylinders.”...
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