Indiana little state track meet 2007

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12, Huntington, @, Frozen Forest Invitational, 1st of 2. 19, Marian, @, EIU Mega Meet, 5th of 5. 26, Bethel, @, Rose-Hulman Indoor, 1st of 8. Indiana Wesleyan. approved the USATF Annual Meeting Budget, designation of Robert . Association and they will help IWU put on the Little State In we sanctioned 86 events compared to 80 in , 89 in and 80 in MARION, Ind. - The Marian University men's track and field squad turned in a third-place finish at the Little State Championships at.

Spaulding Brothers as well as Sutcliff Sporting Goods. He lived in Indianapolis for fifty years passing away in Given the nickname "Muck" by his friends, he was an outstanding discus thrower and shot putter for his four years of high school.

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As mentioned he was a member of the great relay team which won the state mile relay title as well as the Drake Relays and the Lake Forest Invitational. Mo also won the yard dash title at the state track meet. Mo went to Wabash College continuing his great track accomplishments.

indiana little state track meet 2007

He graduated from Wabash in He taught and coached for fourteen years before going into the insurance business until his death in Hugh Dinwiddle - HOF Class of Hugh won the yard dash title as well as being part of the champion mile relay team at the state track meet. After graduation from high school, Hugh went to Wabash College where he participated on an outstanding college relay team traveling to the Drake Relays and the Penn Relays among others.

Now 96 years young, he resides in Mayfield, Kentucky where he has been for the past 61 years. He played football and ran track as well as his fine career in wrestling. Bob won the pound division at the state wrestling meet in His championship led Athenians and Coach Don Avery to a fourth place team finish.

indiana little state track meet 2007

Bob has lived in Montgomery County all his life and his completed 33 years of employment at R. Rex Ryker - HOF Class of Rex culminated his high school wrestling career by winning the 98 pound division at the state wrestling meet in and was named the meet's outstanding wrestler. Rex has been a lifelong Montgomery County resident.

This state meet capped a tremendous wrestling career for Jim. Jim's high school coach has a picture of Jim on his wall to this day. Bob Blacker - HOF Class of Bob won the pound division at the state wrestling meet in which led the Athenians to a ninth place team finish. He also participated in football and baseball while at CHS. Bob then moved across town to Wabash College where he played football and wrestled.

He was the wrestling MVP at Wabash in Bob, now retired and living in Tennessee, worked for IBM for 34 years. Ed Bayless - HOF Class of Ed won the pound division at the state wrestling meet in leading the Athenians to a sixth place team finish. Ed applied his Business Administration degree to 32 years at R.

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He won the 50 Free at the state meet as well as finishing fourth in the Free. Bonaventure and Pepperdine Universities. She won the IM in andthe Free inand the Fly in After graduation, she continued her swimming career at Purdue University where she was a three time team MVP at Purdue. She has two Big Ten individual championships in her list of accomplishments.

Currently residing in Lafayette, Sally is a special assistant to the president of Purdue University. Phillip Churchill - HOF Class of Not to be outdone by brother David, Phil won the state championship in the high jump in by jumping the same 6'7" that David had jumped.

Phil was also an excellent pole vaulter with a best vault of 13'3". Following high school, Phil went to Vincennes and became a track star, where in he was the Little State high jump champion. Phil has lived in Crawfordsville the past 19 years after serving in the Army. He is a lab technician with the Wastewater Treatment Plant. David was a sectional champion in track as a freshman.

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He continued to improve and as a junior he won the high jump at the state high school track meet. Morgan is a member of the USA Track and Field Coaches' Committee, working to develop current youth and collegiate coaches through a shadowing and mentoring program with Olympic- and World Championship-level coaches.

The committee is also charged with keeping lines of communication open between college coaches and the USATF. Morgan came to Wabash from Thiel College in Greenville, Pennsylvania, where he served as head track and field coach since January He was inducted into the Thiel Athletics Hall of Fame in Morgan served as the assistant coach at Thiel from to before taking over the program.

Morgan also served as the director of minority affairs, coordinating and planning on-campus programs to promote diversity.


Morgan graduated from Thiel in with a bachelor of arts degree in graphic design and elementary education. Morgan helped the Tomcats to PAC championships in and as a and meter hurdler and meter relay runner. He was an NCAA provisional qualifier in the meter hurdles in Morgan was also a member of the Thiel football team, earning All-America Honorable Mention honors as a kick returner in and Morgan and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Crawfordsville with their sons, Braylen and Ziair, and daughter, Ziah.

indiana little state track meet 2007

Adam Togami joined the duo at the outdoor championships to earn All-America honors in the 3,meter steeplechase with a seventh-place finish Christian Rhodes placed eighth in the pole vault, becoming the first Wabash All-American in that event. Nick Boyce and Adam Togami placed fourth and sixth, respectively, for the Little Giants in the 3,meter steeplechase to earn All-America honors.

indiana little state track meet 2007

Wabash sent eight competitors to nationals, the most individuals to qualify in school history. Wabash captured its fifth consecutive NCAC indoor title, tying for the most consecutive wins in league history Allegheny The relay team was the first to earn All-America honors in Wabash College history Wabash ranked second in the Great Lakes Region for both the indoor and outdoor seasons Waterman also finished second in the indoor meter run