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College track and field: UMD's Miller finishes 11th in NCAA heptathlon

Minnesota Duluth sophomore Chanel Miller of Burnsville, Minn., set a school record in the heptathlon with 4,882 points Friday to finish 11th among 17 entrants in the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships in Pueblo, Calif.

Minnesota Duluth sophomore Chanel Miller of Burnsville, Minn., set a school record in the heptathlon with 4,882 points Friday to finish 11th among 17 entrants in the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships in Pueblo, Calif.

In the final three of seven events, Miller was 10th in the long jump at 17 feet, 6¼ inches; 11th in the javelin at 103-0; and seventh in the 800 meters in 2 minutes, 25.14 seconds.

Seattle Pacific senior Ali Worthen won the women's heptathlon with 5,340 points.

  • St. Scholastica freshman Kevin Wagner of Cleveland, Minn., finished ninth in the decathlon in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships in La Crosse, Wis. He was 11th in the 110 meter hurdles in 16.36; eighth in the discus with 111-3; eighth in the pole vault at 12-11½; and 13th in the javelin at 139-9 for 6,454 points in 10 events over two days. Central (Iowa) College sophomore Eric Larson won with 6,969 points.
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