Track and Field

  • The Saint Track and Field Team had a great year under second year coach Doug Bowman. The men’s and women’s team both finished in fifth place while hosting the 2016 NWAC Track and Field Championships. Danelle Woodcock was named the Outstanding Track Athlete of the Meet and Josh Turner broke a 30 year-old record in the 110 meter high hurdles. Turner (110 meter hurdles and triple jump), Woodcock (100 meters, 200 meters, and long jump) and Taylor Rispler (javelin) were crowned NWAC Champions.

  • Saints are Among the Best in the NWAC


    The Saints improved several of their top marks this past weekend at the Willamette Invitational. Andre Dorn dropped his NWAC leading time in the 400 meter to 49.21, Jaron Barrow improved his leading mark in the long jump to 23’2, and Brian Golding took over the top spot in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 58.40.  Danelle Woodcock (12.23) and Kinnah Rhodes (12.68) also improved their NWAC leading times in the 100-meters and Taylor Rispler improved her mark in the javelin to 128’5.

    The Saints will have the weekend off this week before traveling to Coos Bay on April 8th to face the Lakers of Southwestern Oregon.