SIOUX FALLS — South Dakota sophomore Eerik Haamer and freshman Moe Bridgen have been named the Summit League Track and Field Athletes of the Week for the interval ended April 10.
Haamer is a pole vaulter out of Tartu, Estonia. He garners his third profession league discipline athlete of the week award. He captured the pole vault on the Okay.T. Woodman Classic in Wichita, Kansas, on Saturday with a vault o 18-0 ½ (5.50m). That peak moved to seventh within the NCAA this spring and ranks him tops within the Summit.
Bridgen, hailing from May Pen, Jamaica, earns the Summit’s weekly award for the primary time of her profession. She took first in each the 400-meter hurdles and the 4×400-meter relay over the weekend on the Okay.T. Woodman Classic hosted by Wichita State. She crossed the end line in 1:00.97 for the 400 hurdles, marking the second-straight week she’s clocked a minute flat within the occasion. Her time of 1:00.48 from the USD Early Bird every week in the past leads the Summit and ranks 77th nationally. She additionally led off the Coyotes’ 4×400 relay on Saturday, which posted a time of three:43.10.
The Coyotes return to motion with three meets in California this weekend – the Mt. SAC Relays in Los Angeles, the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate in Long Beach and the Long Beach Invitational.