The Doane women's track team placed fourth in team points Saturday at the NAIA indoor championships in Brookings, South Dakota.
Alexis Dale finished third in the high jump and teammate Shae Brown was fourth. Claire Sintek rounded out the Tigers' top finishers with a seventh-place mark. Jaysa Hoins placed fifth in the triple jump.
The Concordia men's and women's teams both had ninth-place finishes at the championships.
The Doane women finished with seven All-Americans over the three days of competition, six of which came Saturday. Kate Grint placed third in both the weight throw and the shot put. Jordyn Stearns took sixth in the shot put.
Concordia's women's 4x400-meter relay team, made up of Rachel Battershell, Sarah Lewis, Jamie Nikodym and Jacee Pfeifer, placed third with a time of 3 minutes, 52.63 seconds.
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Josiah McAllister placed fourth for Concordia in the men's 1,000 meters in 2:29.4.
Over the three days of competition, 14 different Bulldogs across the men's and women's teams earned All-America honors. Jacob Cornelio took second place in the weight throw on Friday.
The Doane men finished 21st, and the Hastings women placed 15th.
Midland's Dylan Kucera placed ninth in the men's shot put. York's Mason Held finished second in the 600 in 1:17.67.
Indiana Tech took home the men's team championship while Wayland Baptist took home the women's crown.