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Jenkins sets stadium record for DWU track and field

ORANGE CITY, Iowa--The Dakota Wesleyan University track and field team concluded the Red Raider Open on Saturday, highlighted by thrower Tyson Jenkins setting an Olsen Stadium record.

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ORANGE CITY, Iowa-The Dakota Wesleyan University track and field team concluded the Red Raider Open on Saturday, highlighted by thrower Tyson Jenkins setting an Olsen Stadium record.

He won shot put with a toss of 19.34 meters (56 feet, 10.75 inches) to break the record and claim first. The previous record was set in 2003 when Nebraska Wesleyan's Dana Jasa threw 16.57 meters. Gregory native Matthew Campbell finished in second for the Tigers, as well.

Kamberlyn Lamer earned another championship in the women's heptathlon as she won the javelin throw, shot put, high jump and long jump portions to score 5,001 points. Mikaela Stofferahn finished second in shot put (44-11.75) and fourth in discus (148-4) for the Tigers.

In triple jump, Kristen Longville placed third (35-7.25), while McKenna Rogers took fifth in the 5,000-meter run (19:57.46).

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