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LWC Outdoor Track & Field qualifiers announced

By Kyle Jackson

The national office released the qualifiers for the 2022 NAIA Men and Women's Outdoor Track & Field National Championships on Friday morning. A total of 13 Lindsey Wilson student-athletes garnered mentions on the competitor entry list for the championships scheduled to run from May 25-27 at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Across the country, 802 men and 636 women qualified for the NAIA National Championship.

On the men's side, Austin Campbell, Nolan Foushee, Rayne Jones-Foster, Brenden Parham, K'Ron Sherald, Jaylun Wallace, and Darius Willis will compete in their respective events.

Jozlen Brisbon, Henriette Halwas, Meredith Johnson, Jordan Nelson, Kerryann Scott, and Luna Senica are slated to compete for the women's team.

A full preview of the championship will be available next week on

The NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships will begin on May 25th in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

This story was posted on 2022-05-20 12:40:37
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