FREELAND, Mich. – Senior Randy Fry and sophomore Taylor Sinclair have been named the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Track Athletes of the Week for the week of Feb. 11-17 the league office announced Monday. Both athletes set new PRs while competing at the Hillsdale Tune-Up on Saturday.
Fry had a huge day at Hillsdale, winning the 60-meter and 200-meter races. Fry tied his own indoor program record in the 60-meter of 6.94 and set a new PR and school record in the 200-meter with a time of 21.99. He beat the record he set a week earlier of 22.43 in convincing fashion, moving himself into sixth in all of Division III in the 200-meter. Fry is second in the conference in the 60-meter and first in the 200-meter heading into the MIAA Indoor Championships this weekend.
Sinclair finished sixth in the 60-meter race on Saturday and set a new PR in the qualifying round with a time of 8.20. She also set a new PR and tied the school's indoor record in the 200-meter race as part of a second-place finish with a time of 26.43. Sinclair now sits fourth in the MIAA in the 60-meter and second in the 200-meter heading into championship weekend.
This is the second time this year Adrian has had track athletes of the week, as sophomores Nicholas Jackson and Britney Carnagie were named the Men's Field Athlete of the Week and Women's Track Athlete of the Week, respectively, after Adrian's first event.
The Bulldogs are at the MIAA Indoor Championships this weekend, hosted by Calvin College. The meet itself will be held on the campus of nearby NAIA school, Aquinas College and is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m.
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