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Spring 2005 | Volume 28, Number 1 | Athletics

Falcons Take Their Success Outdoors

THE FALCONS WENT INTO the spring track and field season at full gallop following a great indoor campaign. For the second year in a row, the women won the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) title and now rate as the favorite to re-claim the outdoor one as well. They finished second in the past two years.

Central to Seattle Pacific’s indoor success has been two All-Americans: multi-event threat Danielle Ayers-Stamper and distance runner Karen Dickson. Ayers-Stamper won three events at the conference championships, and qualified for the NCAA indoor championships in the high jump, long jump, and 60-meter hurdles. Dickson won the league 5000 title and owned one of the top qualifying times in the country. An all-time high of nine women represented SPU at the indoor national meet.

The men’s team improved to fourth in the GNAC after three wins from Chris Randolph, who is an outdoor title contender in the decathlon after taking third in 2004.

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