Sports Roundup – Saturday 5/25/19

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NCAA DIII OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Men’s 800m Finals 

1. KYLER LUECK – UW-EAU CLAIRE   1:51.16
2. GRANT MARTON – CARROLL   1:51.65
3. CASEY ROBERTS – WARTBURG   1:52.11

Men’s 4x400m Relay Finals 

1. WASHINGTON U   3:09.77
2. LORAS   3:10.54
3. MOUNT UNION   3:11.05
4. UW-EAU CLAIRE   3:11.09

Men’s Shot Put Finals 

1. DAVID KORNACK – UW-EAU CLAIRE   63-04.72
2. GARRETT GARZA – TEXAS LUTHERAN   58-05.25
3. COLIN MCCABE – MASS. MARITIME   56-11.50

Men’s Team Finals

1. UW-EAU CLAIRE   68
2. MIT   38
3. MOUNT UNION   36

Women’s Team Finals

1. LORAS   53
2. WASHINGTONU.   49
3. GEORGE FOX   36
14. UW-EAU CLAIRE   16

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