Mich. & Napierville, Ill.) Last chance weekend brought some outstanding
performances and the Cornerstone T&F women put in their final tune up
events before the NAIA Outdoor Championships.
between the GVSU Second to Last Chance meet and the Dr. Keeler Invitational at
North Central College, things got started with the 800 meters at Grand
Valley. Julie Oosterhouse followed the
field through the first 400 meters, then pulled ahead going into the wind on
the backstretch. She extended her lead to ten meters at the finish, winning the
heat. Her time of 2:12.29 took another two seconds off her school and freshman
record and was seventh overall, beating several runners from the fastest heat.
Yonge took five seconds off her PR in the 1500 meters putting herself third on
the CU all-time list with her 4:49.78.