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2022 NCAC Women's Outdoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week

Sprints/Hurdles Distance/Middle Distance Field Events

 

March 21st

 
Erin Pasch, DePauw
(Indianapolis, IN/Indianapolis Lutheran)

DePauw senior Erin Pasch won three events at the Rose-Hulman Early Bird Invitational. Pasch won the 200-meter dash (26.05), the 100-meter hurdles (15.24) and the 400-meter dash (58.67). Both her 200 and 400-meter performances were tops in the conference so far this season.

 

 
Athena Tharenos, Wooster
(St. Louis, MO/Mary Institute & St. Louis Country Day School)

Wooster sophomore Athena Tharenos was the top Division III finisher in the mile (5:17.74) and 5,000 meter run (18:11.65) at the Alan Connie Shamrock Invitational. Tharenos ranks in the top-15 nationally as of the end of the meet in the mile and 5,000 meters.

 

Daysia Hargrove, Wooster
(Orrville, OH/Orrville)

Wooster first-year Daysia Hargrave logged a collegiate-best 5.28m in the long jump at the Alan Connie Shamrock Invitational. Hargrave's mark is tops in the NCAC by over a foot. She also broke a 40-year old program record with a time of 14.27 in the 100 hurdles. Her time is No. 1 in Division III this spring.

 
March 28th

 
Lindsey Magoteaux, Wittenberg
(Sidney, OH/Lehman Catholic)

Wittenberg freshman Lindsey Magoteaux posted the conference’s top 100-meter dash of the season (12.56) at the Emory Invitational. The first-year also recorded a time of 26.01 seconds in the 200-meter dash, the second quickest time of the 2022 NCAC outdoor season.

 

 
Megan Aaron, Allegheny
(Cranberry Twp., PA/Seneca Valley)

Allegheny junior Megan Aaron was the top finisher in the 5,000-meter run at Christopher Newport’s Blue and Silver Challenge. Aaron timed in at 17:43.15 which is currently the fastest time in the conference so far this season.

 

Erin Pasch, DePauw
(Indianapolis, IN/Indianapolis Lutheran)

DePauw senior Erin Pasch won the heptathlon and broke an 11-year-old school record with 4,978 points at the Margaret Simmons Invitational hosted by Murray State. Pasch's total eclipsed her Division I opponents by over 400 points and improved her personal best heptathlon score by just under 200 points.

 
April 4th

 
Erin Pasch, DePauw
(Indianapolis, IN/Indianapolis Lutheran)

DePauw senior Erin Pasch broke multiple school records last week at the WashU Invitational. In the 400-meter dash, Pasch timed in at 58.24 seconds, while checking in at 14.79 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles, both of which were new program marks. She was also the lead leg of the Tigers’ 4x400 relay team which timed in at 4:04.55.

 

 
Erin Anderson, Denison
(Elmhurst, IL/Culver Academies)

Denison junior Erin Anderson finished second in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:21.04 at the VertKlasse Meeting, hosted by NCAA Division I High Point University. Anderson’s time ranks first among conference athletes so far this season.

 

Malaika Djungu-Sungu, Oberlin
(Arlington, TX/Arlington)

Oberlin senior Malaika Djungu-Sungu set a school record while moving into second in the nation with a season-opening clearance of 12.05 meters in the triple jump at the Oberlin College Spring Opener. The senior also turned in a personal-best in the 200 meters (27.73) and was part of the 4x100 relay that placed second (51.42).

 
April 11th

 
Clare Tiedemann, Oberlin
(New York, NY/Grace Church School)

Oberlin’s Clare Tiedemann recorded two first-place finishes at the Bob Kahn Invitational. The senior broke the tape in a field of 11 competitors in the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:00.33, while also helping the Yeowomen cross first in the 4x100 relay in a time of 51.57 seconds.

 

 
Isabelle Hoover, Wooster
(Millersport, OH/Fairfield Union)

Wooster senior Isabelle Hoover logged a collegiate-best time of 36:46.32 in the 10,000 meter run at the Bob Kahn Invitational. Hoover's time is the second-fastest in program history and currently ranks in the top-20 nationally, and is the quickest in the NCAC this season by 3:24.53.

 

Peyton Howell, Ohio Wesleyan
(Canton, OH/GlenOak)

Ohio Wesleyan junior Peyton Howell won the women’s high jump at the Marv Frye Invitational. Howell posted a mark of 1.68 meters which ranks one-tenth of a meter better than the second-best mark in the NCAC so far this season.

 
April 18th

 
Daysia Hargrave, Wooster
(Orrville, OH/Orrville)

Wooster first-year Daysia Hargrave swept the hurdle events at Saturday's All-Ohio Championships. Hargrave timed in at 14.89 seconds in the 100 hurdles and 1:06.47 in the 400 hurdles. The first-year earned four All-Ohio honors in total, also taking part in the Scots' third-place 4x100 relay (50.28) effort and finishing runner-up in the long jump (5.10 meters).

 

 
Sydney Khosla, Wittenberg
(Centerville, OH/Centerville)

Wittenberg sophomore Sydney Khosla won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the All-Ohio Championships. Khosla broke the tape in 11:35.90, edging out 10 other competitors and setting a new school record in the process.

 

Ari McPheters, Ohio Wesleyan
(Reynoldsburg, OH/Bishop Hartley)

Ohio Wesleyan senior Ari McPheters won the women’s shot put at the All-Ohio Championships with a throw of 12.87 meters. The senior also notched a mark of 40.73 meters in the women’s hammer throw. McPheters mark in the shot put was tops in the conference so far this season and 33rd in Division III.

 
April 25th

 
Anaya Jolivette, Denison
(San Francisco, CA/Waldorf)

Denison freshman Anaya Jolivette clocked in with a 2022 conference-leading time of 12.33 seconds in the 100-meter dash at the Jesse Owens Classic. The first-year also logged a time of 26.31 seconds in the 200-meter dash which is a top-five conference time this season.

 

 
Erin Anderson, Denison
(Elmhurst, IL/Culver Academies)

Denison junior Erin Anderson finished in second place, while setting a new personal record of 2:17.10 in the 800-meter run at the Ohio State University Jesse Owens Classic. Her time now ranks No. 2 on Denison's top-10 list for the event for outdoor track & field and is the best time in the conference so far this season.

 

Sarah Voit, Oberlin
(Cincinnati, OH/Mcauley)

Oberlin junior Sarah Voit moved into fourth in Division III in the pole vault with a winning clearance of 3.83 meters at the Sparky Adams Invitational, besting a field of 13 in the process.

 
May 2nd

 
Lindsey Magoteaux, Wittenberg
(Sidney, OH/Lehman Catholic)

Wittenberg freshman Lindsey Magoteaux was a double-winner at the Big Red Invitational. Magoteaux broke the tape with a time of 12.88 seconds in the 100-meter dash, followed by helping the 4x100 relay to a first-place finish in 49.83 seconds.

 

 
Kylee McFarland, Ohio Wesleyan
(Granville, OH/Granville)

Ohio Wesleyan senior Kylee McFarland won the 3,000-meter run at the Big Red Invitational. McFarland broke the tape in 10:56.43, almost 14 seconds ahead of the next competitor.

 

Erin Pasch, DePauw
(Indianapolis, IN/Indianapolis Lutheran)

DePauw senior Erin Pasch claimed the heptathlon victory at the 2022 NCAC Combined Events Championships with a conference record 5,041 points. The senior placed first in the high jump (1.60m), shot put (11.16m), javelin throw (31.80m) and 200-meter dash (25.79), while also recording runner-up finishes in the 100-meter hurdles (14.69), the long jump (5.43m) and the 800 meter run (2:21.07).