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Cowgirls in sixth through Day 2

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CSM hosting RMAC meet

By The Staff

Day one and two (Monday) and Tuesday) highlights from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships, hosted by Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo.:

Women's triple jump: 1. Danita Wyatt, Colorado State-Pueblo, 40-8 1/4; 3. Jillisa Grant, NMHU, 38-10 1/4; 11. LaShondra Ray, NMHU, 35-1 1/4; 13. Shantella McCoy, NMHU, 34-11 3/4; 17. Bhupinder Sandhu, NMHU, 33-8 1/2

Women's discus: 1. Alyssa Norton, Chadron State, 143-7; 3. Kemoy Christie, NMHU, 141-4; 12. Victoria Dominguez, NMHU, 119-10; 14. Lydia Aligaz, NMHU, 118-11

Women's shot put: 1. Katie Kruger, Adams State, 46-8 3/4; 15. Danisha Phipps, NMHU, 38-1 1/4

Women's heptathlon: 1. Jena Isaacson, Nebraska-Kearney, 4,903 (stadium record); 4. Danisha Phipps, NMHU, 4,362

Jillisa Grant and Shaneika Rochester qualified for the finals in the women's 100 with times of 11.9 and 11.95, respectively.

Fiona James, Jillisa Grant and Shaneika Rochester qualified for the finals in the women's 200 with times of 24.73, 24.73 and 25.11, respectively.

Jillisa Grant qualified for the finals in the women's 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.83.

Highlands sat in sixth place in the women’s team standings through the second day of competition, which was set to conclude Tuesday.