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The University of Minnesota, Morris track and field team competed in its first outdoor meet of the year, battling wind and cold temperatures. Head Coach Jeremy Karger-Gatzow was pleased with the Cougars effort, especially the women's 4x100m relay team that took first place. RESULTS

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Sidney Paulson took second the 200m and ran the fourth best time in school history in the 400m. Nicole Denziel improved her 5k time by two full minutes and broke the 20 minute barrier for the first time. She now ranks seventh all time at UMM. Katheryn Jarrett and Tori Holt did extremely well in the first outdoor meet of their career, both placed in the top ten in the discus and shot. Throwers Heather Kamps and Amber Hosie took sixth and seventh in the hammer throw.

On the men's side, Chalmer Combellick broke an old school record and improved his 5K by 36 seconds. He finished the race in 15:26.8, which broke Mark Koehn's time of 15:32, set in 1980. Nathan Harder won the 110 hurdles for the Cougars. Freshman Mack Ferguson threw the seventh best hammer in school history in his first meet.

The next meet for the Cougars is the Cobber Twilight on Tuesday, April 22 in Moorhead.

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