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Courtesy: Brendan Maloney
Marsh Collects All-America Honors to Close NCAAs
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 06/08/2019
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AUSTIN, Texas – Sophomore Erin Marsh collected second team All-America honors in the heptathlon Saturday at the final day of the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas.

After a solid first day in the heptathlon on Friday, Marsh battled through the Texas heat and finished 10th overall with 5,707 points.

Much like yesterday, the Buford, Ga., native kicked off Saturday’s events on a high note with her performance in the long jump. Marsh placed seventh overall with a distance of 6.00m, the third-best mark in Duke outdoor history. In the javelin, March finished in 10th with a toss of 38.26m before closing the heptathlon in 20th in a time of 2:22.26 in the 800m. Heading into the final event, Marsh was in ninth place.

In field events, senior Domonique Panton closed out her Duke career Saturday in the triple jump. Panton finished in 22nd with a mark of 12.76m. Panton leaves her impression on the Duke record books as the school-record holder in the event.

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HEPTATHLON | 10th, 5,707 pts.

100m Hurdles

High Jump

Shot Put

200m

Long Jump

Javelin

800m

 4th, 13.37 – School Record

20th, 1.63m 

18th, 11.39m

5th, 24.12 – PR  

7th, 6.00m – No. 3 Duke All-Time 

10th, 38.26m

 20th, 2:22.26

 

Monica Hebner

10000m

21st, 35:28.28 

Lauren Hoffman

400m Hurdles – Prelims

19th, 58.79

Domonique Panton

Triple Jump

22nd, 12.76m 

Nati Sheppard

Pole Vault

T19th, 4.05m 

Stefani Vukajlovic

Weight Throw

 18th, 61.79m

Aveni, Kerr,
Lowe, Simmons

4x400m Relay

 15th, 3:35.71

 

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