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Johnson set to compete at NAIA Indoor National Championship

By Christopher Coombs

The official rosters and entry list have been announced for all qualifiers of the 2021 Women's Indoor Track and Field National Championships, national officials announced on Tuesday evening.

Meredith Johnson is the lone Blue Raider to qualify for the championship doing so in the 1,000-meter run. She is seeded ninth in the event after posting a time of 3:01.48 earlier this season. Johnson competes in the prelims on March 3 at 3:30pmCT and potentially in the finals on March 5 at 1pmCT.

Due to inclement weather and COVID-19 issues, the men and women's indoor track team were only able to compete at one regular-season event that counted towards their national championship qualifying times.

The NAIA Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship hosted by Dakota State University will take place at the Ruth Donohoe First Dakota Fieldhouse in Yankton, S.D. on March 3-6.

This story was posted on 2021-02-24 10:28:07
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