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William Woods' Ellie Dimond already owned the school record in the 3,000-meter steeplechase heading into Friday at the 41st annual NAIA National Championships. She is now the first All-American runner in school history.

The freshman finished sixth out of 14 runners, with a time of 11:17.80, setting a new personal record and breaking her previous school record.

Katie French also competed in the discus one day after competing in the shot put. She finished 13th out of 29 competitors with a 41.21-meter throw. The day before, French was 14th out of 23 throwers in the shot put, with a 13.19-meter throw.

Westminster's Powel-Qualo performs on national stage in high jump

Westminster's Avylina Powel-Qualo competed in the high jump Friday morning at the NCAA Division III National Championship, setting the 11th-best mark out of 19 competitors.

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