May 27, 2015
Hokies look to make mark at NCAA East Regional
Twenty-five student athletes compete for chance to participate at NCAAs

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Twenty-five student athletes will be headed to Jacksonville, Florida to battle it out for a chance to compete at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. In order to compete at the NCAA Championship, these athletes will have to perform well at the NCAA East Regional hosted by the University of North Florida.

Of the athletes competing at the meet, Hokie sophomore Irena Sediva comes in with one of the best resumes. Not only does Sediva lead the region by almost 10 feet, but she also leads the nation by a little under three feet. Sediva’s mark of 192’5” (58.66m) is the ninth furthest throw in NCAA history.

Hanna Green goes into the women’s 800-meter race second in the region and fourth in the nation with an impressive time of 2:01.72. The top four competitors in the country in the 800 all have posted times within four-tenths of a second of each other.

Thomas Curtin (5000 Meters), Stuart Robertson (Steeplechase), Chris Uhle (Pole Vault), Marek Barta (Discus), Tomas Kruzliak (Hammer) and Sabine Kopplin (Javelin) all rank in the top 10 in the region in their respective events and are poised to make a run to compete at nationals as well.

Live Stats will be available for the duration of the three-day competition.

The following athletes will be competing at the meet:


Jared Allison- Pole Vault

Marek Barta- Discus
Brad Johnson- Pole Vault
Tomas Kruzliak- Hammer
Jaka Muhar- Javelin
Dante Price- 200 Meters
Jordan Roach- Discus
Chris Uhle- Pole Vault
Darren Barlow- 3000 Meter Steeplechase
Thomas Curtin- 5000 Meters
Neil Gourley- 1500 Meters
Daniel Jaskowak- 3000 Meter Steeplechase
Patrick Joseph- 800 Meters
Stuart Robertson- 3000 Meter Steeplechase

Johnna Dominick- High Jump
Sabine Kopplin- Javelin
Christine London- 400 Meter Hurdles
Irena Sediva- Javelin
Shanel Burr- 100 Meter Hurdles
Hanna Green- 800 Meters
Paige Kvartunas- 1500 Meters, 5000 Meters
Shannon Morton- 1500 Meters
Sarah Rapp- 5000 Meters, 10,000 Meters
Katarina Smiljanec- 1500 Meters
Amanda Smith- 1500 Meters

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