Complete results posted (WHEELING, W.Va.)---West Virginia Wesleyan's women and Wheeling Jesuit's men extended their dominance at the 2008 WVIAC Track & Field Championships. Wesleyan's women claimed their 16th title in the past 18 seasons and sixth in a row as the Bobcats outpoined Wheeling Jesuit 213.5-151.5. Wheeling Jesuit edged Wesleyan on the men's side 179.5-158 for their second crown in succession and ninth in the last dozen years.
Chris Kreger, WVIAC Meet Director 4/18/2008 (WHEELING, W.Va.)---Day two of the WVIAC Multi-event Championships saw the Heptathlon and Decathlon records drop. In the Women's Heptathlon Concord's Karachi Mbagwu defending her title with a total of 4188 pts and setting a new meet record. Mbagwu completed the day with a 2:25.49 perform in the 800m for a new event record. WV Wesleyan's Katie Schubert was the only women to make a move on Mbagwu, moving from 4th place after day one to finish 2nd overall and 3718 pts. Glenville's Camai Roberson finshed 3rd with a total of 3661 pts. (Open up to read the rest)