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Women sit 3rd at NCAC Indoor

Aedin Brennan won her fourth NCAC triple jump crown on Friday night.
Aedin Brennan won her fourth NCAC triple jump crown on Friday night.

Aedin Brennan and Abbi Boss paced the Denison Indoor Track & Field team on Friday at the 2015 NCAC Championship at DePauw University.  Through five events, Denison sits in third-place with 34 points.  Ohio Wesleyan leads with 48 points while Oberlin is second with 44.

Boss posted a PR time of 18:18.38 in the 5,000 meter run which landed her in fifth place.  The time moved Boss into sixth on Denison's top performers list.  It also added four points toward the Big Red's cause.

Brennan is coming off last week's victory in the pentathlon and she picked up right where she left off, scoring in two field events while qualifying for tomorrow's finals in the 400 meter dash.  Brennan earned her fourth overall and second-straight indoor triple jump championship by leaping 37'8" on her fourth attempt.  DU sophomore Anne Lee would place 10th in the triple jump after posting a distance of 33'0.5".

In the shot put, Arlesha Cospy led Denison with a sixth-place finish and a throw of 37'5.75".  Brennan finished eighth after posting a throw of 36'4" on her fifth attempt.

Brennan's day was rounded out with a time of 59.02 in the preliminaries of the 400 meter dash.  That is the second-fastest time heading into Saturday's finals in the event.

DU's point scorers were rounded out by Kate Benson, Grace Murray, Phoebe Osterhout and Boss in the distance medley relay.  The group combined for a time of 12:46.65 that tacked on five points to Denison's team total.

The Big Red will close out the 2015 NCAC Indoor Track & Field Championship on Saturday in Greencastle, Ind.  Visit the championship website for links to live video and live results.