May 1, 2004

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The University of Iowa men’s and women’s track and field teams won a combined total of six events at the annual Iowa Musco Twilight VI Saturday in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes also set two meet records and one Francis X. Cretzmeyer track record at the meet. In all, five meet records and three track records fell on the day, while 50 student-athletes recorded regional qualifying marks.

Senior Sarah Arens won the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a track and meet record of 10:38.53, while senior Shellene Williams won the 200 meters with a meet record and collegiate best of 23.50. Other Iowa winners were senior Michelle Lahann in the 1,500 meters (4:24.18), senior Brad Daufeldt in the hammer throw (207-10) and freshman Ben Barron in the B Section 1,500 meters (3:57.78). While they didn’t win the event, all of the Iowa men’s shot putters posted regional qualifying marks.

Unattached competitor and Iowa City native Joey Woody ran fastest time in the United States to date this year, setting a meet and track record in the 400-meter hurdles with his winning time of 48.94.

Iowa’s next competition will be May 14-16 at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships in West Lafayette, IN. All events at the co-ed meet will be held at Rankin Track and Field on the Purdue University campus.

1. Minnesota 171.5
2. Wisconsin 128.5
3. Iowa 115
4. Northern Iowa 102
5. Illinois State 85
6. Lincoln (Missouri) 78
7. Drake 33