(Editor’s note: Carroll College media release)
HELENA — Hope Welhaven, Shamrock Campbell and Noah Majerus were all named Frontier Conference track and field athletes of the week, the conference announced on Monday.
Welhaven, a junior from Billings, is the field athlete of the week. At the MSU-Open hosted by Montana State University in Bozeman she finished fourth in the javelin (40.51 meters). Her javelin throw is an NAIA-A qualifying standard.
Campbell, a freshman from Spokane, is the outdoor field athlete of the week. At the MSU-Open he won the triple jump with an NAIA A-Standard qualifying jump of 14.69 meters.
Majerus, a freshman from Lewistown, is the outdoor track athlete of the week. At the MSU-Open he won the 800-meter with an NAIA A-Standard time of 1 minute, 52.12 seconds and ran a leg on the winning 1,600-meter relay team (3:20.60). His winning 800-meter time is fourth best in NAIA this season.
The Saints host their lone home meet of the season this weekend. The Trudnowski Open starts on Friday at 1 p.m.
Lewis-Clark State’s Jazzmin Bryan, was named the track athlete of the week after winning the 400-meter run (57.43 seconds), running a leg on the Warriors’ winning 400-meter relay team (49.0) and finishing third in the 400-meter hurdles (1:05.95) at the Whitworth Classic hosted by Whitworth University in Spokane. The Warriors’ 400-meter relay time set a new school record.