2014-15 Women's Track & Field
Women's Indoor Track & Field - Fri, Mar. 4, 2011
(Geneva, Ohio) Cornerstone women spent the second day of the NAIA Indoor National Championships setting school records and claiming All-America plaques.

Janelle Brown led off the day in the 3,000 meter race walk. The senior led early then held on to third in 14:32.13 for her highest ever nationals finish. She also becomes the first Cornerstone athlete to earn All-America honors four times in the same event. Monica Lawrence took eleventh in a personal best 17:01.13.

Amy Boyer breezed through the prelims in the 60 hurdles taking third in her heat in 9.06. In the semi-finals she clipped the second hurdle and finished seventh in 9.18 Disappointed at not making finals she changed from her sprint spikes to her jump spikes and went to warm up for the pole vault.

Boyer and Brandi Harr breezed through the first two heights of 11' 3" and 11' 9" with Harr having just one miss at. At 12' 2.75" each need two attempts but made the height. The bar moved to 12' 8.75" and Harr's first attempt was a good one, but dislodged the the crossbar. Boyer also missed her first attempt. Both missed on the second attempt. Boyer was slow to get out of the landing pit, having bit her tongue rather severely. After filling several gauze pads with blood and clearly annoyed, she headed back to the runway. In the mean time, Harr's final attempt was not successful. The senior finished in a tie for fourth, making her the second Golden Eagle to earn All-America honors four times in the same event. Boyer rinsed out her mouth, grabbed her pole and charged into her last attempt at 12' 8.75", got a good plant, a good turn in the air and a push off the top of the pole. She barely brushed the bar on the way down and after a slight shiver, it stayed on the pegs. A jubilant Boyer bounced out of the pit arms raised, celebrating her school record. By the time the bar moved to 13' 2.5" Amy didn't have the pole or the legs to get over and went out with three misses. Her efforts yielded a third place finish and her second All-America plaque of the meet.

Cornerstone finished the day with sixteen points putting them in third place with one day of competition remaining.

 
 
 
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