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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Even after graduation, former NAIA National Champion and standout on the women's track & field team here at Cornerstone Brittany Murray continues to rake in awards. Today it was announced that she has been named the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference's Dr. Leroy Walker Champions of Character award winner.
#2 - Murray claims national title in Pentathlon at NAIA Indoor Nationals
Mar 5, 2015
GENEVA, OHIO – Brittany Murray (SR/Monclova, Ohio.) has won the 2015 Indoor National Championship in the Pentathlon. The senior posted a school record 3,842 points to take the top spot to claim the first scored event at the meet hosted in Geneva, Ohio. Cornerstone also saw their DMR relay advance to the finals as well as CallyAnne Wyma (SR/Saint Louis, Mich.) in the 5,000.
AUSTIN, Texas – Senior Brittany Murray (SR/Monclova, Ohio.) of the Cornerstone University Track & Field Team made school history today as she along with Travis Mabe were named CU's first ever Capital One First Team Academic All-Americans. The honor, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), comes as the final straw in the cap for the pair of athletes with illustrious career in their time at Cornerstone.
#4 - Falland and Murray sweep outdoor WHAC T&F Most Valuable Performer honors
May 1, 2015
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Seniors Louis Falland (SR/Nuriootpa, Australia) and Brittany Murray (SR/Monclova, Ohio.) concluded their illustrious careers in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference with MVP honors at the outdoor conference championships on Friday. Each earned the most points of any individual to leave the WHAC on top. Falland helped the men's team to a third place showing while Murray led the CU women to third as well.
GULF SHORES, Ala. – A historic senior class for the Cornerstone women's track and field team saw their careers come to a close today with a 9th place showing at the 2015 NAIA Outdoor National Championships. CU posted three more All-Americans on the final day as Leah Shepherd (SR/Grand Rapids, Mich.) finished seventh in the Marathon, Anita Souza (SR/Varginha, Brazil.) seventh in the 100m hurdles and Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) seventh in the 800m.