Mildrenae Young-Brooks and Haley Hudson Earn All-America at NAIA Women's Indoor National Championships

Mildrenae Young-Brooks and Haley Hudson Earn All-America at NAIA Women's Indoor National Championships

BROOKINGS, S.D. -- Mildrenae Young-Brooks and Haley Hudson highlighted the Siena Heights women's track and field athletes that competed in the NAIA women's track and field indoor national championship meet. Young-Brooks competed in four events and earned All-America in the 60-meter hurdle event when she finished third in the finals with a time of 8.73. Haley Hudson finished fifth in the shot put with a throw of 14.19m to earn All-America in that event.

Young-Brooks finished 13th in the triple jump with a hop of 11.42 meters and 20th in the long jump with a leap of 5.29 meters. Hannah Cain just missed All-America status in the pole vault by finishing ninth in the event after clearing the bar at 3.62 meters.

Kierra Rice was 11th in the 60-meter hurdle prelims with a time of 8.93. Asia Gardner finished 12th in the 200 meter prelims with a time of 25.21. Gardner was also 25th in the 60-meter dash prelims with a 7.82 finish.

Rachel O'Neill finished the weight throw in 12th with a best throw of 16.73m. Andrea Crowe finished the 5k prelims in 18:22.82 for a 13th-place mark. The women's 4x400 relay team consisting of Madisyn Kleinschmit, Terria Fisher, Emily Hill, and Delaney Stersic finished 16th in the prelims with a time of 3:58.22. Kleinschmit also competed in the 60-meter dash prelims and finished 22nd with a time of 7.81.

Julia Forbes was the final SHU women's athlete to compete. She finished 21st in the long jump with a best jump of 5.28 meters.