Three new auto marks produced at Baker Relays

By Jacob Knabel on Mar. 28, 2021 in Track & Field

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Four throwers represented Concordia University Track & Field at the Baker University Relays in Baldwin City, Kan., on Saturday (March 27). Jacob Cornelio, Addie Shaw and Elizabeth Stottlemyre each turned in a fresh automatic qualifying mark as the opening weekend of the outdoor season continued. The majority of Bulldog athletes competed on Friday at the Grand View Viking Relays in Des Moines, Iowa.

Saturday’s results from the Baker Relays were as follows:

*Represents automatic national qualifying mark.

Jacob Cornelio
--Hammer Throw – 1st place (*200’ 7”)
--Discus – 4th place (144’ 7”)

Addie Shaw
--Discus – 1st place (*148’ 10”)
--Shot Put – 2nd place (43’ 4 ½”)

Bethany Shaw
--Hammer Throw – 2nd place (153’ 8”)
--Discus – 3rd place (137’ 6”)

Elizabeth Stottlemyre
--Javelin – 2nd place (*139’)

Notes: Addie Shaw’s toss in the shot put represented a ‘B’ standard while Bethany Shaw recorded a personal best in hammer. A transfer from Concordia University, Portland, Stottlemyre is a specialist in the javelin. Her personal collegiate best is 146’ 2.” Meanwhile, Cornelio landed the hammer just shy of his PR of 202’ 5.” The school record in the hammer is 216’ 6” held by alum Cody Boellstorff.

For a recap of the Viking Relays, click HERE. The Bulldogs will return to action next Friday (April 2) for the Hastings College Challenge. The first home meet of the outdoor season is slated for April 9-10 when the Concordia University Invite will take place.