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Women's Outdoor Track & Field - Thu, Apr. 16, 2015 at 10:05 PM

NIACC women's 2015 outdoor season bests

100 – Adrine Monagi 12.97 (Jim Duncan Invitational); 200 – Monagi 26.92 (Grand View); 400 – Kalama Towarap 1:01.83 (Grand View); 800 – Hannah Palmeter 2:17.63 (Jim Duncan Invitational); 1,500 – Palmeter 4:37.32 (Jim Duncan Invitational): 5,000 – Palmeter 18:06.67 (Grand View). 100 hurdles – Jessica Kingston 17.33; (Jim Duncan Invitational); 400 hurdles – Kingston 1:08.04 (Jim Duncan Invitational); High jump – Rellie Kaputin 1.65 meters (twice); Long jump – Kaputin 5.91 meters (Jim Duncan Invitational); Shot put – Sarah Snavely 10.35 meters (Wartburg); Discus  – Snavely 34.90 meters (Wartburg); Hammer throw  – Snavely 39.11 meters (Grand View); Javelin – Sharon Toako 40.35 meters (Grand View); 4x100 - 52.05 (Jim Duncan Invitational); 4x400 – 4:02.40 (Jim Duncan Invitational).

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Men's Golf - Thu, Apr. 16, 2015 at 5:15 PM

MASON CITY – The NIACC women's golf team placed second at the NIACC Invitational on Thursday at the Mason City Country Club with a season-best total of 352.

Freshman Carlie Eckenrod led the Lady Trojans with an 86, which tied her career best round at NIACC. Sophomore Kaitlyn Koob and freshman Savannah Lentz both shot 88s for the Lady Trojans.

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Women's Golf - Thu, Apr. 16, 2015 at 3:35 PM

MASON CITY – The NIACC women's golf team placed second at the NIACC Invitational on Thursday at the Mason City Country Club with a season-best total of 352.

Freshman Carlie Eckenrod led the Lady Trojans with an 86, which tied her career best round at NIACC. Sophomore Kaitlyn Koob and freshman Savannah Lentz both shot 88s for the Lady Trojans.

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Baseball - Thu, Apr. 16, 2015 at 9:15 AM

By The Globe Gazette staff

WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. - The NIACC baseball team swept Century College 6-3 and 14-2 in five innings on Wednesday behind a stellar day from Zach Fricke.

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Softball - Wed, Apr. 15, 2015

By JEREMY KOENIGS, Of The Globe Gazette

MASON CITY - The NIACC softball team found a way to earn a split against Iowa Lakes in ICCAC action on Wednesday.