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6/21 Former Concordia All-American Track Star Kris Kuehl Wins the Discus at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. 
Kris Kuehl, a 1992 Concordia graduate, won the Discus Throw at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Cali. Her second throw of  64.44m (211-05) was over six feet farther than runner-up Suzy Powell. It is the highest finish in her career at a USA Championship meet.

She is currently ranked 12th in the world in the discus by the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF).

| Complete USA Championship Meet Discus Results |

5/24 Kelli Tranby Earns All-American Honors in the Long Jump.
       | Long Jump Final Results
Kelli Tranby
Sr.
Moorhead, Minn. Finished 5th in the long jump at the NCAA National Meet with a jump of 18'7.25". The leap earns her All-American honors. 

Kelli Tranby (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) saved her best meet for last, as she jumped a personal-best 18'7.25" in the finals of the long jump at the NCAA Division III National Meet at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. Her fifth place finish earns her All-American honors, a first in her career. She is the first All-American for Concordia since Maria DeBoer ('00, Pine Island, Minn.) finished eighth in the discus in 2000. 

Tranby finished first in her flight in the preliminaries with a jump of 18'4.25". The jump placed her fourth overall and qualified her for the finals with eight other competitors. In the finals she jumped 18'7.25", which is a personal best for Tranby and also the second best jump in school history. 
 
 
 

5/23 Mariah Mougey Does Not Make the Finals in the Hammer Throw.
       | Hammer Throw Final Results
Concordia's Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.) narrowly missed making the finals in the hammer throw at the NCAA Division III National Track and Field Meet. Her throw of 152-11 in preliminary round was three feet short of qualifying her for the finals. 

5/22 Spring Academic All-Conference Award Winners.
(In at least 2nd year at Concordia and at least a 3.35 cumulative GPA)
Lesley Albertson Sr. LaMoure, ND Political Science
April Batcheller Jr. West Fargo, ND Biology/Chemistry
Ann Marie Gorath So. Grand Rapids, MN Elementary Education
Kristina Hall So. Minot, ND Psychology
Rebekah Hoback So. Young America, MN German
Ann Knierim Jr. Glasgow, MT Religion/Biology
Kim Koch So. Sherman, SD English
Katie Martin Jr. Bozeman, MT Dietetics
Beth Moen Sr. Andover, MN Math
Lisa Owen So. Minot, ND Physical Education
Chaitra Raile Sr. Wishek, ND Accounting
Deb Randt Sr. Glencoe, MN Nursing
Alison Routledge Sr. Williston, ND Poli Science/English Lit
Elizabeth Sorenson Jr. Stanley, ND Psychology/Political Science
Renee Splichal So. Garrison, ND Accounting

5/20 Kelli Tranby and Mariah Mougey Qualify for Nationals. 
Kelli Tranby
Sr.
Moorhead, Minn. 
Qualified for the NCAA National Meet in the long jump.
Mariah Mougey
Jr.
Enderlin, N.D.
Qualified for the NCAA National Meet in the hammer throw. 

Concordia women's track and field athletes Kelli Tranby (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) and Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.) have qualified for the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championship Meet. It will be the first outdoor national meet for Tranby, but the second trip for Mougey. She also qualified for the national meet in the discus as a first year athlete in 2000 - she did not the make the finals in the event. 

Tranby will compete in the long jump, qualifying with a leap of 18-6 on April 28th at the NDSU Open. Her mark places her 16th among all qualifiers. She has won the past two long jump events at the MIAC Outdoor Championship Meet. Mougey qualified for the hammer throw with a toss of 155-6 at the UW-Oshkosh qualifier last weekend. She is also in the 16th spot heading into the national meet. She won the hammer throw at the MIAC Outdoor Championship Meet with a toss of 146-5.

The national meet will be held on May 23-25 at Macalester College in St. Paul. The hammer throw competition will take place on Thursday, May 23rd while the long jump competition will be held on Friday, May 24th. For complete details see the NCAA Track and Field Championship website.

5/17 Cobbers Compete at NCAA Qualifier at St. Olaf.
        | Complete Results |

5/14 Cobbers Compete at the St. Thomas Last Chance Qualifier.
        | Complete Results

5/11 Cobbers Finish Second at MIAC Championships
         | Official MIAC Track and Field Website | Complete Final Results |
Kelli Tranby
Sr.
Moorhead, Minn. Won the long jump at the MIAC Championship Meet. She also finished 2nd in the 100 meters and 5th in the 200 meters.

ST. PETER -- Concordia finished second at the MIAC Track and Field Championships with 127 points. It is the second straight year that the Cobbers have finished in the runner-up spot. That total was 19 points behind meet champion St. Thomas, who ended the meet with 146 points, and 22.5 points better than third place Carleton. 

Event winners for Concordia at the two-day meet were Kelli Tranby (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) in the long jump, Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.) in the hammer throw and Nicole Plante (Fort Benton, Mont.) in the javelin. Tranby also finished second in the 100 meter dash and fifth in the 200 meters. 

The Cobbers went 1-2 in the javelin as Alison Routledge (Sr., Williston, N.D.) finished second to Plante. Other runner-up finishes included Beth Moen (Sr., Andover, Minn.) in the 10000 meter run, Annie Knierem (Jr., Glasgow, Mont.) who finished second in the triple jump and third in the long jump and Kristina Hall (So., Minot, N.D.) in the 400 meter hurdles. 

5/10 Cobbers Lead MIAC Championships After Day 1.
ST. PETER -- Concordia will take a six-point lead into the final day at the MIAC track and field Championships, hoping to hold off second place St. Thomas and claim their second outdoor title in four years. 

The Cobbers were pushed to the lead behind the strength of senior captain Kelli Tranby (Moorhead, Minn.). Tranby won the long jump for the second consecutive year with a jump of 18-1 3/4. The leap set a new track record and also provisionally qualified her for the NCAA national meet. Tranby also qualified for the meet finals in the 100 and 200 meter dash. 

Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.) won the hammer throw with a toss of 148-1, which provisionally qualifies her for nationals. Other Cobber performers that finished strong were Annie Knierem (Jr., Glasgow, Mont.) who finished third in the long jump, Beth Moen (Sr., Andover, Minn.) who finished second in the 10000 meter run and Erica Eastley (Fr., LaMoure, N.Dak.) who finished fifth in the discus. 

The second, and final, day of the meet will be held tomorrow at Gustavus, starting at 10:00am.

5/04 Cobbers Compete at Masanz Invitational at MSU-Moorhead.
        | Complete Results

5/02 Cobbers Compete at MIAC Heptahlon; Plante Finishes Fifth.
        | Complete Final Results | Complete Results After Day 1
In the MIAC Heptathlon Championship, first year athlete Nicole Plante (Fort Benton, Mont.) finished 5th with a national provisional qualifying mark of 4132 points.  The Cobbers continue the MIAC Championship next Friday and Saturday, May 10-11 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN.

4/30 Kelli Tranby Named MIAC Women's Track Athlete of the Week.
Senior Kelli Tranby (Moorhead, Minn.) won the 100 meters at the NDSU Open on Monday, April 22 in a NCAA Provisional national qualifying 12.36 seconds. The time ranks Kelli 18th nationally, #1 in the MIAC and broke the school record. Tranby also qualified provisionally for the NCAA nationals in the long jump at a different NDSU Meet on Sunday, April 28 with a leap of 18'6". She ranks ninth in the nation and first in the MIAC. Kelli is the 2002 MIAC long jump champion and the defending MIAC outdoor long jump champion.

4/28 Cobbers Compete at NDSU Open
        | Complete Results |

4/23 Cobbers Host Annual Cobber Twilight Meet.
        | Complete Results Can Be Found Here | Action Picture Page |

4/22 Cobbers Compete at NDSU Invite.
        | Complete Results |

4/19 Track Meet On Saturday At NDSU Has Been Postponed.
Concordia's track meet scheduled for Saturday, April 20th at 1:00pm at NDSU has been postponed until Monday, April 22nd at NDSU. The time of the meet has not been decided.

4/15 Three Cobbers Compete at SJU Heptathlon.
        | Complete Results |
Nicole Plante finishes 4th, Renee Splichal 6th and Kristine Jensen 8th.

4/15 Cobber Throwers Win MIAC Co-Field Athletes of the Week.
Concordia teammates Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.)and Erica Eastley (Fr., LaMoure, N.Dak.) were selected as co-field event athletes-of-the-week. 

Mougey won the hammer at the St. Benedict/St. John's Quintangular with a provisional national qualifiyng 153-2.  Her personal best throw ranks her first in the MIAC, by 28 feet, and 11th in the NCAA.  Eastley, in the first throw of her collegiate career, threw a provisional national qualifying 129-7 in the javelin.  She broke the new javelin school record, ranks number one in the MIAC, by 7 feet, and ranks number 10 in the NCAA.  Eastley was also first in the discus and Mougey was second throwing from a rain-soaked circle.

4/13 Cobbers Win the St. Ben's Quintangular.
        | Complete Results
Erica Eastley
Fr.
LaMoure, N.Dak.
Set a school record in the javelin at the CSB invite.

The Concordia women's track and field team edged host St. Ben's, 222-213, in a close battle for the team title at the St. Ben's Quintangular.

The Cobbers were led by three provisional national qualifying performances and eight individual event victories. Provisionally qualifying for the NCAA Division III Nationals were Beth Moen (Sr., Andover, Minn.), Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.), and Erica Eastley (Fr., LaMoure, N.Dak.).  Moen had her first ever national qualifying mark in the NCAA's newest event for women, the 3000 meter steeplechase. Her winning time of 11:59.83 was only 17/100th under that qualifying time of 12:00.00.

Mariah Mougey won the hammer throw with a personal record toss of 153-3. That mark places her 11th on the national list.  First year thrower Erica Eastley threw the javelin 129-7 on the very first throw of her collegiate career.  That initial toss won the competition, placed her 10th on the NCAA Division III list and breaks the school record for the new javelin (since 1999). Eastley was a double winner as she won the discus as well - with a fling of 113-1. 

Other double winners for the Cobber women were Kelli Tranby (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) in the long jump (17-2.75) and as part of the 4x400 relay team, and Kristina Hall (So., Minot, N.Dak.), who won the 400 hurdles with a personal best of 66.50 and part of the 4x400 relay team. Joining Hall and Tranby on the 4x400 were Lesley Albertson (Fr., LaMoure, N.Dak.) and Carrie Franson (Fr., Coleharbor, N.Dak.).  Rounding out the Concordia first place finishes was Annie Knierim who won the triple jump with a personal best effort of 36-5.5.

The multi-event athetes will compete in the St. John's Heptathlon on April 14 and 15.  Next competition will be the Kansas Relays, for those who qualify, April 18-20.  The remainder of the squad will be at the NDSU Open, Saturday, April 20, events set to begin at 1:00 p.m.  The Cobbers will be at home Tuesday, April 23 beginning at 3:00 p.m. for the Cobber Twilight Invitational.

4/11 Cobber Twilight Track Meet Information Now Online.
        | Meet Information | Meet Schedule |

4/10 Track Meet at MSU-Moorhead Has Been Canceled.

4/4 Track Meet at Jamestown on 4/6 Has Been Canceled. 

3/23 Cobbers Finish Indoor Season at CSB/SJU Invite.
        | Complete Results |

3/20 Cobbers Ranked 16th in National Indoor Poll.
        | Complete USTCA Rankings |

3/2 Cobbers Finish 5th at MIAC Indoor Championships.
      | Team Scores | Individual Results

3/1 Cobbers in 5th Place After First Day of MIAC Championships.
      | Team Scores | Individual Results
Seniors Kelli Tranby (Moorhead, Minn.) and Becky Lacher (Princeton, Minn.) win individual events. Tranby wins the long jump with a mark of 17-3 1/2, and Lacher captures the weight throw with a toss of 46-10 3/4. 

2/28 Three Concordia Athletes Compete at MIAC Pentathlon.
Three Concordia athletes participated in the MIAC Indoor Pentathlon. Nicole Plante (Fr., Fort Benton, Mont.) finished seventh, Renee Splichal (So., Garrison, N.Dak.) was eighth and Kristine Jensen (Fr. Pierz, Minn.) finished 12th. 
| Complete Pentathlon Results |

2/26 Cobbers Prepare for MIAC Championships.
Concordia will take part in the 2002 MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships on March 1-2 at Carleton College.

Cobber MIAC Championship Preview:
The Concordia College women's track and field team will be looking to continue their trend of "top two" performances at the MIAC Indoor Championships. The Cobbers have finished second the past two years, and before that won the MIAC Indoor title in 1998 and 1999. 

Concordia will be counting on the strength of their field events to carry them to the top of the MIAC. The team possesses two outstanding throwers in Becky Lacher (Sr., Princeton, Minn.) and Mariah Mougey(Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.) who will be looking to finish 1-2 in the weight throw. Both athletes have provisionally qualified for the national meet in the event, and both marks should be good enough to get them into the meet. Lacher will also be a contender in the shot put, along with teammate Erica Eastley (Fr., LaMoure, N.Dak.). The other key performer for the Cobbers will be Kelli Tranby (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.), who won last year's MIAC outdoor long jump and was recently named the MIAC Women's track Athlete of the Week. She has provisionally qualified for the nationals in the event with a jump of 17-11 1/2. Tranby will also compete in the 55 meters, the 200 meters and the 4x200 meter relay.

Traditionally, the Cobbers have excelled in the middle and long distance events, and this year should be more of the same. Beth Moen (Sr., Andover, Minn.) leads a corps of young runners into the MIAC championship meet. Moen's best events are the 3000 and 5000 meters and will be in the hunt in both races. If the young Cobber squad can continue their trend of improvement, then their streak of top flight finishes at the MIAC Indoor Championships should continue.

2/26 Kelli Tranby Named MIAC Track and Field Athlete of the Week.
Concordia senior Kelli Tranby (Moorhead, Minn.) was named the MIAC Women's Track and Field Athlete of the Week.

Tranby won the long jump at the St. Ben's Quadrangular last weekend with a jump of 17-8.25. It is the second best jump in the MIAC this year, trailing only her own season-best mark of 17-11.5. That mark is 7.5 inches farther than the nearest competitor, and she is currently ranked 20th on the NCAA Division III qualifying list. Tranby is the defending MIAC Outdoor long jump champion reaching 18-1.75 in only her first season in the event.

2/22 Cobbers Finish 2nd at St. Ben's Quadrangular.
        | Complete Meet Results |
In a tune-up meet before the MIAC Championships, Concordia finished second at the St. Ben's Quadrangular. Competing against three other MIAC schools, the Cobbers finished only nine points behind St. Ben's, who won the event with 160 points. Concordia bettered conference foes Gustavus and Macalester. The same teams will battle it out next weekend at the MIAC Indoor Championships at Carleton.

As a team, the Cobbers won five different events. The highlights of the meet for Concordia came in the middle distance events, where Carrie Franson (Fr., Coleharbor, N.Dak.) and Lisa Owen (So., Minot, N.Dak.) set marks for the years low times in the 800 and 1000 meter runs. Franson lowered her own mark by over five seconds in the 800. Her time of 2:23.1 is the best of the indoor year for the first year runner, who continues to improve. Owen dropped her best effort in the 1000 by three full seconds. 

Other event winners for Concordia included the 4x400 relay team of Sheena Berg (Fr., Barnesville, Minn.), Franson, Kari Rosenfeldt (Jr., Moorhead, Minn.) and Kendra Lee (Jr., Jamestown, N.Dak.) who finished in a time of 4:17.01, which is the fastest by a Cobber squad this year. Kelli Tranby (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) won the long jump with a leap of 17-8 1/4, and is the favorite to win the event at the MIAC Championships.Becky Lacher (Sr., Princeton, Minn.) won the weight throw with a toss of 46-5 1/4, and teammate Mariah Mougey (Jr., Enderlin, N.Dak.) finished second with a mark of 45-10.

2/15 Cobbers Compete at Bison Classic.

2/15 The Concordian, Cobber track team breaking old records...
        by Kimberly Koch - The Concordian 

2/09 Concordia Throwers Shine at Cobber Invitational.
        | Complete Results | Action Picture Page |

2/08 Two Cobber Athletes Compete at BSU Pentathlon
        | Complete Results |

2/02 Cobbers Finish Second at Cobber Duals.
        | Complete Results | Action Picture Page |

2/01 The Concordian, Track team performs well at Bison Open
        by Kimberly Koch - The Concordian

1/26 Cobbers Compete at Bison Open.
        | Complete Meet Results |

1/25 Concordia Hosts Cobber Pentathlon.
        | Complete Results |

1/15 Cobbers Compete at the Alumni Meet.

10/06 Tentative Indoor and Outdoor Schedules are Now Online.

10/06 Concordia Women's Track & Field Recruiting Information.

9/03 Insurance, Returning Athlete, & 1st Year Participation Forms are Now Online.

8/10 Former Concordia All-American Track Star Kris Kuehl Finishes 8th at the World Championships in Edmonton, Alberta.
 
Kris Kuehl
('92, Storden, MN)
Finished Eighth in the Discus at the World Championships in Edmonton, Alberta. It is her highest career finish at a World Championship or Olympic meet.

Kris Kuehl, a 1992 Concordia graduate, finished eighth in the Discus Throw at the World Championships in Edmonton, Alberta. Her throw of  62.63m (205'5") in the preliminary round placed her in sixth place heading into the finals. In the finals, her toss of 61.04m (200'3") earned her an eighth place for the competition. It is the highest finish in her career at a World Championship or Olympic meet, and it was also the first time she has qualified for the finals in an event of that magnitude.

She is currently ranked 12th in the world in the discus by the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF), and second in the United States. 

| Complete Discus Results |
 

 


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