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Saturday, May 28
Men's Outdoor T&F
Doane at 18th of 69
Day 3 - NAIA Championships
Midland at No Team Score
Day 3 - NAIA National Championship
Hastings at 57th of 69
Day 3 - NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championship
Briar Cliff at 9th of 68
Day 3 - NAIA Outdoor Championships (Gulf Shores, AL)
Friday, May 27
Men's Outdoor T&F
Doane at No Team Score
Day 2 - NAIA Championships
Midland at No Team Score
Day 2 - NAIA National Championship
Concordia at
NAIA National Championships
Briar Cliff at No Team Score
Day 2 - NAIA Outdoor Championships (Gulf Shores, AL)
Thursday, May 26
Men's Outdoor T&F
Doane at No Team Score
Day 1 - NAIA Championships (Schedule)
Midland at No Team Score
Day 1 - NAIA National Championship
Concordia at
NAIA National Championships
Briar Cliff at No Team Score
Day 1 - NAIA Outdoor Championships (Gulf Shores, AL)
Saturday, May 14
Men's Outdoor T&F
Midland at No Team Score
Sam Williams Twilight
Friday, May 13
Men's Outdoor T&F
Doane at 1:00 pm
Prairie Wolf Invitational (Schedule)
Concordia at
Prairie Wolf Invite
Hastings at
Prairie Wolf Last Chance Invitational
Midland at No Team Score
Praire Wolf Invitational
Briar Cliff at No Team Score
Prairie Wolf Invite (Lincoln, NE)
Saturday, May 7
Men's Outdoor T&F
Northwestern at 5th of 11
Day 2 - GPAC Championships
Doane at 1st of 11
Day 2 - GPAC Championships (Schedule)
 
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2014 GPAC Outdoor Track and Field Individual Honors Announced
Outdoor Track Combined - Thu, May. 8, 2014

Honors for the 2014 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Outdoor Track and Field Season have been announced.  Hastings' Courtney Mills was named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Women's Outdoor Track and Field Athlete-of-the-Year.  Mills scored 37.5 points in the GPAC Championships for the Broncos.  Concordia's Zachary Lurz was named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Men's Outdoor Track and Field Athlete-of-the-Year.  Lurz scored 26 points in the GPAC Championships for the Bulldogs. 
 

Doane's Erin DeVries and Concordia's Elizabeth King were awarded the Women's Top Performances-of-the-Meet.  DeVries broke her own GPAC record in the Heptathlon with 4781 points, while King set a new javelin conference record with a throw of 157-08 in the GPAC Championships.  Concordia's Carson Farr was awarded the Men's Top Performance-of-the-Meet for his jump of 16-05.25 in the pole vault.   

Ed Fye, head coach from Doane, was named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Women's Coach-of-the-Year.  Men's Track and Field Coach-of-the-Year honors went to Kregg Einspahr from Concordia.  Doane's women won the team title with 255 points, while Concordia was the men's champion with 216 points.

The top-eight in each event at the GPAC Track and Field Championships are considered All-Conference.

The 2014 GPAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships were held in Crete, Nebraska, at Doane College. 

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