Vikings' Warman is PNQ in women's triple jump at UW Classic
Feb. 11, 2012
SEATTLE, Wash. - Western Washington University's Emily Warman (Sr., Sedro-Woolley) had a NCAA Division II provisional national qualifying mark of 38-2 3/4 in the women's triple jump in final-day action Saturday at the University of Washington Flo Track Classic held at the Dempsey Indoor Pavilion on the UW campus.
Warman, who placed 13th in that event, also was 10th in the long jump with a mark of 18-5 1/4. That also was a PNQ distance, but she had a better mark of 18-5 3/4 two weeks earlier.
Warman was an indoor national champion in the triple jump as a freshman in 2009 with a winning mark of 39-3. She also placed 10th at nationals in 2010, that same year setting a school record of 39-11 1/2.
The Vikings' Emily Walters (So., Olympia) placed 23rd in the triple jump (35-10 1/2) and 32nd in the long jump (16-9 3/4).
On Friday, Tanner Boyd (Jr., Camas) placed 10th in his section of the men's 5,000 meters with a time of 15:02.00.
The rest of WWU's squad competes in the UW Indoor Open on Sunday.
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