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 42.59 percent of last week's vote, you named Arkansas senior Dominique Scott your D1 Women's Track and Field HERO of the Week. Scott won the 5000 at the Stanford Invitational with a 15:25.10 mark.
Nice job, Dominique!
Now for this week's nominees.[divider]
Fr. Taylor Bennett
Baylor: Won the 200 at the Baylor Invitational with a time of 22.71.
Jr. Shakima Wimbley
Miami: At the Miami Hurricane Alumni Invitational, captured the 400 title with a 51.62 mark.
Jr. Shea Collinsworth
BYU: Topped the field in the 800 with time of 2:03.21 at the Sun Angel Classic. [divider]
Courtesy of Arizona Athletic Department
Sr. Nnenya Hailey
Arizona: At the Jim Click Shootout, won the 100 hurdles with a 12.96 mark.
Sr. Jaide Stepter
USC: Won the 400 hurdles at the Pepsi Invitational with a 55.91 mark.
Fr. Charlotte Prouse
Washington: Won the 3000 steeplechase at the Pepsi Invitational with a time of 10:00.67. [divider]
Courtesy of Georgia Athletic Department
So. Madeline Fagan
Georgia: Placed third in the high jump at the Spec Towns Invitational with a 6-1.25 mark.
Sr. Alysha Newman
Miami: Captured the title in the pole vault at the Miami Hurricane Invitational with a 15-1 mark. [divider]
Courtesy of Andrew Villa/GoldenBearSports.com
So. Isabella Marten
California: At the Big Meet, won the triple jump with a distance of 43-5.
Sr. DeAnna Price
Southern Illinois: Topped the field in the hammer throw with a distance of 237-9 at the Tiger Track Classic.