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Women's Indoor Track & Field - Sat, Mar. 4, 2017
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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - For the second-straight year, Taylor Killings was crowned a champions and this season Presley Martin joined him as the pair each won their respective events on day three at the NAIA Track & Field Indoor Championships in Johnson City, Tennessee. Moussa Conde and the men's DMR team also earned All-American honors.

Killings opened the day for the Knights in the 60 meter hurdles and he did not disappoint. The defending champ pulled away midway through the race and finished in 8.07 seconds, while second place finished in 8.21. It's the second-straight championship in the 60 meter hurdles for Killings and he was named an All-American for his finish.

The day got better from there for the Knights as Presley Martin also was crowned champion in the 800 meters. Martin held off a late push from Siena Heights' Brent Rodden and won with a time of 1:52.14. Rodden was right behind at 1:52.41. It is Martin's first national championship and he was also named an All-American.

Conde competed in both the 60 and 200 meters and earned All-America honors in both. In the 60, he finished fifth in 6.89 seconds, and in the 200 he finished sixth in 21.58 seconds. The men's DMR team of Martin, Aaron MurrayGabe Ocasio and Isaak Haas rounded out the day and finished sixth in 10:26.73.

On the women's side, Mieke Paulick placed 17th in the high jump and cleared 1.62 meters.

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