It’s time for a look at some of the top performances of the week around D1 Women's Track and Field – the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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With 36.99 percent of last week's vote, you named Washington freshman Charlotte Prouse your D1 Women's Track and Field HERO of the Week. Prouse won the 3000 steeplechase at the Pepsi Invitational with a time of 10:00.67.
Nice job, Charlotte!
Now for this week's nominees.
So. Hannah Cunliffe
Oregon: At the Mt. Sac Relays, placed second in the 100 with a time of 10.99.
Sr. Felicia Brown
Tennessee: Captured the 200 title at the Seminole Invitational with a 22.55 mark.
So. Kendall Ellis
USC: Topped the 400 field at the Mt. Sac Relays with a time of 51.82.
So. Kaela Edwards
Oklahoma State: Finished second in the 800 at the Mt. Sac Relays with a 2:01.97 mark.
Jr. Calli Thackery
New Mexico: At the Bryan Clay Invitational, won the 1500 with a time of 4:14.99. [divider]
Courtesy of North Dakota State Athletic Department
Sr. Erin Teschuk
North Dakota State: Came in sixth in the 5000 at the Mt Sac Relays with a 15:41.35. [divider]
Courtesy of Michigan Athletic Department
Sr. Cindy Ofili
Michigan: Her mark of 12.66 in the 100 hurdles was good for first place at the Mt. Sac Relays. [divider]
Courtesy of UNH Athletics
So. Elinor Purrier
New Hampshire: Won the 3000 steeplechase at the Ocean State Invitational with a time of 9:47.17. [divider]
Courtesy of Duke Athletic Department
Sr. Megan Clark
Duke: Set a Duke women's poll vault record at the Mt. SAC Relays with a clearance of 14-11.
Sr. Gabrielle Farquharson
Rutgers: Captured the long jump title with a 21-5.5 mark at the Seminole Invitational.