Apr 03, 2018

Three Bruins Garner NWC Student-Athletes of the Week Awards

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  • 10 Conference / District Coaches of the Year
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  • 2 Women's Conference of Independent Colleges Championships (1979, 1980)
  • 1 Cascade Conference Women's Championship (1995)
 

NEWBERG --- George Fox's Caleb Dalzell, Sarah King and the 4x100m relay team were named Northwest Conference Track and Field Student-Athletes of the Week, as announced by the conference Monday.

The Bruins' 4x100m relay team of Chris Polk, Vernon Lott, Kenny May and Colin Hyatt earn their first NWC Track Student-Athletes of the Week award. The Bruins set the nation's top mark with a time of 41.38 this past weekend at the UC San Diego Collegiate Open.

Dalzell, a junior from Gresham, Oregon, earned NWC Field Student-Athlete of the Week for his performance at the UC San Diego Collegiate Open. Dalzell finished second in the discus in a field of NCAA Division I competition. He hurled a mark of 177-1 to break the George Fox school record and set the nation's best mark in that event. The next closest mark is four feet away.

King, a junior from Carlton, Oregon, earned NWC Track Student-Athlete of the Week for her performance in the women's 200m and 100m. She placed second in the women's 200m with a time of 24.76 to break the George Fox school record and move into fifth in the nation.