YORK, Pa. – The Wesley College women's indoor track & field team was well represented on the All-Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Indoor Track & Field Team, as announced by the conference on Friday.
10 Wolverines were honored by the conference for their performances at the CAC Indoor Track & Field Championships last Saturday.
Fifth-year head coach Stephen Kimes was named CAC Women's Indoor Track & Field Coach of the Year. This is the second time during Kimes' tenure at Wesley he has received Indoor Coach of the Year accolades, also picking up the award in 2014.
Senior Dieunise Desir, junior Angel Hall, sophomore Jourdyn Beverly and freshman Jasmine Brown earned multiple CAC honors. Beverly earned first team honors in the weight throw (14.58m) and second team honors in the shot put (12.10m), while Brown was a first-team recipient in the triple jump (10.77) and landed on the second team in the high jump (1.66m). Hall was a part of the winning 4x400 relay team (4:01.42) along with sophomore Briana Artis, senior Elizsha Streeter and junior Quadira Minus. Hall also secured a second team award in the 400-meter dash (59.40). Desir claimed second team accolades in the 800-meters (2:23.08) and anchored the silver-medal distance medley relay (13:04.23) with senior Danae Carter, freshman Courtney Williams, and junior Chiquita Deline.
The Wolverine women earned their second consecutive second-place finish at the CAC indoor meet on Feb. 18.