The Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) announced its all-conference team Thursday and a pair of Lake Erie Storm thin clads have earned the postseason honors. Johanna Moeller was named a Second Team selection while Madyson Plante was place on the Third Team.
Lake Erie College will be represented at the 2019 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field National championships as Madyson Plante has been named a qualifier. The sophomore will compete in the high jump after posting the ninth-best mark in the nation this season.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference held its indoor track & field championships this weekend at Findlay and Lake Erie’s women’s team placed seventh with 38 points. Tiffin took home the title cruising to 188.5 points. Walsh was the runner-up with 103.
With a strong contingent of athletes at Oberlin’s BSN Sports Invitational on Friday, Lake Erie dotted the result board at the Heisman Field House. Johanna Moeller has one of the best days by anyone on the team as she placed first in two events.
Lake Erie track & field continues to improve week after week under the leadership of Head Coach Giles Davis. This week saw the Storm head south on 44 to Mount Union to participate in the Jim Wuske Invitational.
Day Two of the UIndy Tom Hathaway Distance Classic provided many highlights on both teams a day after Madyson Plante made the headlines with a provo mark in the pentathlon. This time it was both men and women placing in various events.
After last weekend’s impressive performances at the Tom Hathaway Campus Madyson Plante has been named the G-MAC Female Athlete of the Week. In addition to setting a school record as she won the heptathlon, but she hit two NCAA provisional marks as well.
It’s a busy weekend for the Lake Erie track & field team as it headed to UIndy to participate in the two-day Tom Hathaway Classic. Day One was a great one for the Storm and was highlighted by Madyson Plante’s first place performance in the pentathlon.
The first meet of the indoor track & field season took place today as Lake Erie headed to Mount Union for the annual Toy Drive Collegiate Invitational. The amount of athletes that participated were limited, but one Storm racer did particularly well.