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SEATTLE, Wash. - Lauren Wilson finished runner-up in the high jump with a personal best leap as the Pacific Lutheran University track & field squads sent a skeleton crew to compete at the University of Washington's Ken Shannon Invitational on Saturday.
Wilson continued her stellar debut season with the Lutes, clearing a personal best height of five feet, six inches, to place runner-up in the event. The clearance puts Wilson fourth on PLU's all-time performance list in the event and bumps her up the NCAA Division III performance list to seventh in the nation.
Kelsey Hathaway was fourth in the long jump with a leap of 16' 10 3/4" while finishing seventh in the triple jump (33' 6"). Emma Peters uncorked a personal best toss of 122' 4" in the discus, finishing 10th while Katelyn Brown was ninth in the hammer throw (106' 6"). Audrey Madison clocked a personal best effort of 15.67 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles before registering a time of 1:10.02 in the 400-meter hurdles.
On the men's side, Brad Hodkinson was the top Division III finisher in the 1,500-meters, circling the oval in 3:59.11 while Kyle Rapacz clocked a 4:09.10. Hezekiah Goodwin finished fourth in his section of the 800-meters, netting a personal best time of 1:57.57.
The Lutes return to action next Friday, trekking to Oregon for the Portland Twilight.