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

    Kinnah Rhodes

    The Saints had a great meet this past weekend traveling to Coos Bay to take on Southwestern Oregon Community College and Multnomah University.  Leading the men’s team were Andre Dorn who continued his dominance in the 200 and 400 meters, Brian Golding in the 400 meter hurdles, Brian Salgado in the shot put, Jon Salter in the 3000 meter steeplechase and Jaron Barrow in the long and triple jump.  The women’s team was led by Kinnah Rhodes who picked up the victory in the 100 meter hurdles and Taylor Rispler in the javelin.

    The Saints will have the weekend off before traveling to Clackamas for the Cougar Open on April 22.