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Twenty individuals and two relays will represent the Centennial Conference at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships from May 25-27 at the Polisseni Track & Field Complex at St. John Fisher University in Rochester, N.Y.
For each individual event contested, including the decathlon and heptathlon, the top 22 declared student-athletes were accepted into the competition. For each relay event contested, the top 16 declared relay teams, one per institution, were accepted into the competition.
Johns Hopkins' Victoria Kadiri headlines the list of Centennial competitors as the defending champion in both the long jump and triple jump. At the 2022 NCAA Championships, Kadiri became just the fourth athlete in CC women's outdoor track & field history to win individual gold at the national meet, and the first to win multiple titles. The JHU junior standout won both events at the 2023 NCAA indoor championship and owns the top mark in the nation in both events this spring (6.33m long jump, 12.82m triple jump). Kadiri is a two-time All-American in the long jump, having earned a fifth-place finish as a freshman in 2021. She will also compete in the heptathlon as the No. 9 seed (4,635).
Ursinus' Isabelle Deal will also aim to become a three-time All-American this weekend in the javelin. Deal finished sixth in 2022 and eighth in 2021, and enters this year's meet as the No. 2 seed (47.24m).
Others vying for repeat All-America honors include Swarthmore's Adria Retter, Gettysburg's Holly Ferrera and Haverford's Jamie Moreland. Retter finished third in the discus in 2022 and ranks first in the nation (51.06m) in that event entering the championships. Ferrera took fourth in the javelin last spring and is seeded 11th (42.70m) this time around. Retter will also compete in the shot put for the second year in a row, and is ranked eighth (14.32m). Moreland returns to nationals in the 1500 meters after taking sixth place a year ago. The Haverford senior is seeded 10th in the 1500m (3:46.76) this spring.
Also making return appearances at the national meet are Dickinson's Darya Mikusova, JHU's Lauren Phillips, Sara Stephenson and Arthur Beyer, McDaniel's Nick Razze, Swarthmore's Rose Teszler, and the Ursinus men's 4x400 relay.
Hopkins leads the way with four women and two men's qualifiers along with one relay team. Dickinson, Haverford and Swarthmore each earned three individual spots in the field, while Ursinus is sending two individuals and one relay. Gettysburg, McDaniel and Muhlenberg will each be represented by one athlete at nationals.
Below is the full list of CC qualifiers competing at the outdoor championships.
NCAA Qualifiers from Centennial Conference
|Nick Razze||McDaniel||400 Hurdles||10||52.84|
|Daniel Chen||Johns Hopkins||1500m||8||3:46.37|
|Arthur Beyer||Johns Hopkins||1500m||22||3:47.75|
|Ethan Hart||Dickinson||Shot Put||16||16.47m|
|Tobin, Tabor, Ney, Stanziani||Ursinus||4x400 Relay||12||3:12.68|
|Lauren Phillips||Johns Hopkins||400m||5||55.46|
|Darya Mikusova||Dickinson||400 Hurdles||9||1:01.41|
|Harrinee Senthilkumar||Johns Hopkins||1500m||22||4:31.56|
|Sara Stephenson||Johns Hopkins||3,000m Steeplechase||5||10:37.99|
|Sara Stephenson||Johns Hopkins||5,000m||20||16:57.33|
|Victoria Kadiri||Johns Hopkins||Long Jump||1||6.33m|
|Kayla Robinson||Haverford||Long Jump||16||5.77m|
|Victoria Kadiri||Johns Hopkins||Triple Jump||1||12.82m|
|Kayla Robinson||Haverford||Triple Jump||19||11.93m|
|Adria Retter||Swarthmore||Shot Put||8||14.32m|
|Victoria Kadiri||Johns Hopkins||Heptathlon||9||4,635|
|Phillips, Senthilkumar, Zaeske, Saussy||Johns Hopkins||4x400 Relay||15||3:50.96|