Oskaloosa, IA - The Heart of America Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by William Penn University have concluded.
The Graceland women's team finished fifth out of the 13 team field. The men's team finished in ninth place.
The Graceland women scored a combined 76 points.
Tabor and Glodowski also finished first and eight respectively out of 17 runners in the 1500m run with times of 4:49.10 and 5:13.63.
Lashaunda Yates finished sixth in the women's high jump field with a jump of 1.50m.
The lady Yellowjackets grabbed second, third and fourth place in the pole vault competition as Claire Andrews, Maleta Montague, Joy Bragg and Amy Gully vaulted 3.05m, 2.90m, 2.90m and 2.90 respectively.
Kristol Vanterpool kept 10.75m in the women's triple jump to finish in third place.
The Jacket men scored a combined 38 points.
Montae Spiller finished sixth in a strong field for the men's 100m dash with a national qualifying time of 10.71s.
Chris Welch grabbed a fifth place finish in the men's 5000m race walk with a time of 33:35.07.
Zachary Kuntz finished in eighth place for the men's high jump competition with a jump of 1.79m.
Snorgrass (13.72m) also finished in sixth place for the triple jump while Cedric Shell (14.09m) finished in fifth place.
Donavan Switalski finished in fifth place for the men's decathlon with 5002 total points.
The NAIA men's and women's outdoor Track and Field National Championships with take place in Gulf Shores, AL on May 25-27.
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