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2017-18 WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD
 
 
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Women's Indoor Track & Field - Sat, Mar. 4, 2017

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Junior Jenna Moody (Joliet, Ill./ Plainfield Central) captured the first national individual title in University of St. Francis history on the final day of the 2017 NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships Saturday afternoon to help lead the Saints to a fourth-place finish – their highest-ever.

Moody clocked a time of 55.72 seconds to take top honors in the 400-meter dash, thus securing the first-ever individual national championship by a USF athlete in NAIA competition. With 35 points, USF finished in fourth place to claim a team trophy as a national top-four finisher for the first time in the program's history. Indiana Institute of Technology won the national title with 73 points, followed by Oklahoma City University (59) and Wayland Baptist University (39).

Moody collected another All-America trophy later in the day when she crossed the line in fourth place in the 60-meter dash (7.70). She garnered a third award – and the sixth of her career – when she teamed with juniors Catherine Crosson (Plainfield, Ill./ Plainfield North), Lesley Lopez (Lyons, Ill./ Morton) and Ashlee Knott (Washington, Ill./ Washington) to finish fifth in the distance medley relay with a time of 12:10.95. Crosson, Lopez and Knott each claimed their third career All-America certificate – all in the DMR.

Senior Isi Edeko (Bellwood, Ill./ Walther Lutheran) turned in USF's first All-America performance of the day with a fourth-place finish in the triple jump after clearing a distance of 11.71 meters (38' 5"). The All-America award was the fourth of her career.

Senior Raven Kelly (Romeoville, Ill./ Romeoville) followed Edeko with her second All-America certificate of the weekend and fourth of her career with a fourth-place showing in the shot put event (14.13 meters, 46' 4.25"). Kelly placed third in the weight throw on Friday.

In the mile run, Knott fell one spot short of earning a place on the awards podium with a ninth-place finish (5:13.43).