Lone Seawolf to compete at the GNAC Multi-Event Championships
by Jamie Gonzales |
Senior Kelsea Johnson, who holds the UAA record in the heptathlon at 4,838, will be the lone Seawolf competing at the GNAC Multi-Event Championships at Tomlinson Stadium in Ellensburg, Wash. A local of Sitka, Johnson is second in the league with her NCAA provisional, following Seattle Pacific's Ali Worthen (5,071). Johnson will also be looking to break the NCAA automatic qualifying mark of 5,069.
The rest of the Seawolves will compete at the Occidental Invitational on May 5.
This is all part of an amazing season for track and field. Learn more about their great performance and follow the latest meet results at GoSeawolves.com.