NEW ORLEANS, La. – Seven Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's indoor track & field student-athletes were announced as all-region performers by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Monday, March 4.
A total of 1590 All-Region honors were handed out to 192 different member institutions. There was a near-even split between the genders as women combined for 804 of the honors, compared to 786 for the men.
The top-5 individuals in each event from each region earned All-Region distinction, in addition to each member of the region's top-3 relay teams. The regions used for this award – Atlantic, Central, Great Lakes, Mideast, Midwest, New England, South/Southeast and West – match those used during the cross country season.
Mariah Murray, Anderson
Murray, a sophomore for the Ravens, cleared a height of 1.66 meters in the high jump at the Fred Wilt Invitational at Anderson on Feb. 23 for a season best. The sophomore's mark is currently tied for 24th in the nation and tied for third in the region.
Madison Bowman, Defiance
Bowman, a junior for the Yellow Jackets, earned all-region honors after winning the weight throw as part of the HCAC Indoor Track & Field Championships. The junior currently ranks fourth in the region and 37th in the country in the event and holds the school record with a distance of 15.96 meters.
Aishat Sadiq, Earlham
Sadiq was tabbed first team All-HCAC after claimed first place in the 60m at the HCAC Indoor Track & Field Championships back in February. The senior's time of 7.93 seconds puts her in a tie fir fifth amongst the region.
Kenna Hunter, Hanover
Hunter, a junior from Mooresville, Ind., enjoyed success in the multis at Ohio Northern this indoor season, as her personal-best point total of 3,240 leads the Great Lakes region. Hunter fell just three points shy of tying the school record in the event and also broke the high jump mark at Hanover with a height of 1.62 meters. Additionally, the junior scored in four individual events at the conference meet. Her pentathlon total is 27th in Division III.
Erin Trimpe, Hanover
Trimpe, a senior for the Panthers, continued her stellar collegiate career with Hanover by resetting her school mark in the pole vault to 3.66 meters this season. The senior's clearance was fourth-best in the region and ranks 25th nationally. In eight indoor appearances, Trimpe posted seven top five finishes, including three victories and a second-place mark at the HCAC Championships.
Lauren London, Rose-Hulman
London earned all-region honors in three separate events after the senior's final indoor season. London ranks first in the region with a leap of 5.58 meters in the long jump from February 2 at the Keck DIII Select Meet. The senior also ranks second in the triple jump (11.35m) and is tied for fifth in the 60-meter hurdles (9.14) across the Great Lakes region.
Rian Boelter, Transylvania
Boelter's junior season was highlighted by her new program record of 11.01 meters in the triple jump at the 2019 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships on February 16 as she took runner-up honors in the finals. The junior's mark at the conference meet ranks in a fourth place tie within the Great Lakes region.