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Track & Field - Tue, May 30, 2017
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GULF SHORES, Ala. - - - With the conclusion of the 2017 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, a trio of Eagles impressed with three top 20 finishes, two NAIA All-American honors, and one NAIA National Champion. As a three person team, Judson brought in 11 points between the men's side and women's side with the women finishing 31st overall with 10 points out of 64 teams.

 

Anali Cisneros (FR/Elgin, IL) highlighted day two of the national meet with her first place, national championship race walk performance that also gained her NAIA All-American honors. Cisneros finished with a time of 24:09.51 in the 5,000m RW and finishes the season with two NAIA All-American honors, two CCAC All-conference honors, and now the first NAIA National Championship in both individual and team sports in Judson's history. In the same day, Jennifer Donnell (JR/Schaumburg, IL) competed in the women's shot put and finished 19th overall with mark of 13.05m (42'9.75"). Donnell finished the season with her fourth NAIA national championship qualification along with two NCCAA All-American honors and a first place, NCCAA National Championship performance in the women's shot put. 

 

Dan Becker (SO/Sheboygan, WI) finished competition on day three wrapping up with the Eagles second NAIA All-American performance of the 2017 NAIA Championships. Becker competed in the men' pole vault and finished 8th overall out of 25 vaulters with a mark of 4.75m (15'7"). With the 8th place finish, Becker captured his first NAIA All-American honor, the program's fourth overall NAIA All-American selection. Becker also added a 3rd place, NCCAA All-American performance and two CCAC first place finishes in the conference indoor and outdoor championships.