College track and field: CSS women, UWS men win UMAC indoor titles

St. Scholastica won all six track events Saturday, led by senior Anika Kling's two victories, to cruise to its 11th consecutive UMAC Indoor Track and Field women's title at Superior.

Kling, who won two individual races Friday, won the 60 meters in 8.09 seconds and the 200 in 26.37 to finish as the meet's highest-scoring athlete for the second year in a row. Kling also ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay (4:15.21). Other winners for the Saints were Ellie Sholing in the 800 (2:24.83); Nicole Gilman in the 3,000 (10:59.10); and Ashley Kosloski in the 60 hurdles (9.66).

CSS compiled 240.5 points to run away from runner-up Minnesota-Morris with 145. Wisconsin-Superior came in third with 98 points.

The UWS men eked out its fourth UMAC indoor title in a row, edging St. Scholastica 182.5-178.

C.J. Pillrath won the lone event Saturday for the Yellowjackets, taking the shot put in a meet record 53 feet, 6.5 inches.


CSS won five events, including a pair by Cloquet standout Isaac Boedigheimer in the 800 (2:00.85) and the 3,000 (9:01.78), to nearly win the title. Samuel Eben Ebai captured the 60 meters (UMAC meet record 6.98 seconds) and Jericho Peterson won the 200 (22.85) and was a member of the winning 1,600 relay.

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