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Amber Henry, a senior at Weber State University, traveled to the Historic Hayward Field at the University of Oregon to compete at the NCAA Championships this past week. She placed third in the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase, earning All-American status. Henry had one of her best races during the semifinals on Thursday. Just as she had […]

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Henry, Coyle qualify for NCAA Championships

An English phrase is quoted as “good things come to those that wait,” and waiting is exactly what Amber Henry and John Coyle had to do after a four-hour rain delay pushed back their races until late Friday night and into Saturday morning. These two Wildcats qualified for the NCAA Championships by placing in the […]

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Amber Henry set a Stewart Stadium record in the 1,500-meter run on Saturday during the Wildcat Outdoor Classic. Henry won the event with a time of 4:22.96, five seconds faster than the previous stadium record. Henry wasn’t the only Wildcat who turned in a good performance at the meet. There were a total of 22 conference-qualifying times […]

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The Weber State University track and field team turned in an impressive performance over the weekend at the Idaho Cup held in Boise, Idaho. The men’s and women’s teams each saw more athletes qualify for the Big Sky meet and had a handful of athletes pick up seasonal-best marks at the tournament. The women’s team […]

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Track and field season gets under way

The Weber State University track and field teams participated in two meets last week. Wildcats competed in California and Utah as the teams started their season off. All-American Amber Henry set the fastest time in the West Region and the second-best time in the nation in the steeplechase last week with a time of 9:55.07. […]

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The Weber State University men’s team finished fourth and the women’s team took fifth place at the Big Sky Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday in Bozeman, Mont. The Wildcat men’s team totaled 73.5 points to finish fourth overall. Northern Arizona University won the meet with 143.5 points, followed by Montana State University and […]

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