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College track and field: Teams tune up for conference meets

In Minnesota Duluth's final tuneup before the NSIC Indoor Championships next weekend, sophomore Armani Carmickle captured the long jump and placed third in the triple jump at Friday's Snowshoe Open on the University of Minnesota campus.

In Minnesota Duluth's final tuneup before the NSIC Indoor Championships next weekend, sophomore Armani Carmickle captured the long jump and placed third in the triple jump at Friday's Snowshoe Open on the University of Minnesota campus.

Carmickle leaped 22-feet, 1.75 inches in the long jump and posted a mark of 46-10.75 in the triple jump. Other top UMD performances included Dan Clark in the pole vault (third place; 14-9), senior Luke Lahr in the mile run (fourth place in 4 minutes, 15.89 seconds), Jonathan Tostenson in the 800 (2:00.30) and fellow freshman Dawson Torborg in the 200 (fourth place; 23.21).

• The UMD women competed in the Parent's Day Open on the University of Minnesota campus on Saturday as senior Allie Stalboerger was fourth in the 400 (59.99) and sophomore Madison Biebel was fourth in the 60 hurdles in 9.65.

• St. Scholastica competed in the St. Olaf Women's Invitational in Northfield, Minn., on Friday, with Anika Kling winning the 400 in a personal-best 1:00.88, the second-fastest in the UMAC this season. Aria Plewa of Duluth was runner-up in the mile with another personal-best time of 5:19.66, the fastest in the UMAC this season.

Wisconsin-Superior's Maria Mazo won the 60 hurdles in 9.35 and teammate Carson Haase claimed the weight throw with a heave of 48-1.25.

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