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Result: 5th of 12 teams

Women's Track & Field at MIAC Indoor Championships

Thursday, February 28th, 2013 – 2:15 p.m. (Thurs)/2:30 p.m. (Fri)/11:00 a.m. (Sat) at Northfield, Minn. - Tostrud Center

Johnson and Steinke Run to All-MIAC Distinction as Knights Finish Fifth at MIAC Indoor Championships

Ruth Steinke
Ruth Steinke (front center) and Colette Celichowski placed third and fifth respectively in the 3000-meter run.
Photo: Tom Dahlin

2013 MIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
Final Results

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS – COMING SOON

Previous Recaps – Pentathlon | Day 1

NORTHFIELD, Minn. – Senior Haley Johnson (Golden Valley, Minn./Robbinsdale Cooper) broke the school record in the 1000-meter run and first-year Ruth Steinke (Lima, N.Y./Honeoye Falls-Lima) turned in another All-MIAC performance on the final day of competition at the MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships. Carleton College also saw three other races on Day Two result in All-MIAC Honorable Mention. The Knights finished fifth out of a dozen squads in the team standings.

The University of St. Thomas literally ran away from the other 11 teams and cruised to its 14th consecutive conference crown, amassing 180 points. The next five squads were separated by only 10 points as host St. Olaf College earned second place with 83 points followed by Saint Benedict (81), Gustavus Adolphus (75), Carleton (74) and Bethel (73).

In the 1000-meter race, Johnson broke the school record with a time of 2:55.13, placing second overall. She garnered All-MIAC distinction in the event for the second straight year.

Steinke, who received All-MIAC recognition for her third-place finish in the mile run on Friday, again crossed the line third on Saturday, this time in the 3000-meter run as she posted a time of 10:28.08. Colette Celichowski (So./Shorewood, Minn./Minnetonka) finished fifth in the 3K with a time of 10:34.99, to earn All-MIAC honorable mention.

The racing portion on Saturday began with a sixth-place result in the 4x200-meter relay. Rookies Kayla McKinsey (North Easton, Mass./Oliver Ames), Anna Cich (Minnetonka, Minn./Hopkins), Reilly Simon (Grapevine, Texas/Grapevine), and Amelia Campbell (Sturgeon Bay, Wis./Sturgeon Bay) earned All-MIAC honorable mention as they combined to post a time of 1:47.21, only one-tenth of a second off their school-record pace established a week ago.

Emma Russ (Fy./Inver Grove, Minn./Simley) and McKinsey both set season bests as they finished 1-2 in their heat of the 200-meter dash at 27.17 and 27.20, respectively. They both added to the Knights’ point total but missed out on all-conference honorable mention by one spot.

Saturday concluded the way it began on the track, with another sixth-place finish, this one in the 4x400-meter relay. Simon, Cich, Johnson, and Russ tallied a season-best time of 4:05.15 as they received All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

For the weekend, the Knights scored points in 11 of the 13 running events, as well as the pentathlon.

ALL-MIAC PERFORMANCES

Pentathlon
2. Amelia Campbell (Fy., Carleton) – 3261 points

Mile Run
2. Colette Celichoswki (So., Carleton) – 5:09.12
3. Ruth Stenke (Fy., Carleton) – 5:09.92

60-meter hurdles
2. Amelia Campbell (Fy., Carleton) – 9.18 – new school record

800-meter run
3. Haley Johnson (Sr., Carleton) – 2:16.93

1000-meter run
2. Haley Johnson (Sr., Carleton) – 2:55.13

3000-meter run
3. Ruth Steinke (Fy., Carleton) – 10:28.08

ALL-MIAC HONORABLE MENTION PERFORMANCES

Distance Medley Relay
2. Carleton (2:31.07)
Ruth Steinke, Emma Russ, Sarah Trautman, Colette Celichow

4x200-meter relay
6. Carleton (1:47.21)
Katherine McKinsey, Anna Cich, Reilly Simon, Ameila Campbell

3000-meter run
5. Colette Celichowski (So., Carleton) – 10:10:34.99

4x400-meter relay
6. Carleton (4:05.15)
Reilly Simon, Anna Cich, Haley Johnson, Emma Russ