Junior track athlete Kiersten Summers completed her stellar season after competing in the 100m hurdles in the NCAA Division III Championships on Friday from Geneva, Ohio.
Summers finished 21st in the preliminaries with a 20.59 mark.
The winners of each of the three preliminary heats advanced to Saturday's final, while other top times would qualify for the finals as well.
A native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Summers was a three-time SAA Track Athlete of the Week and won the 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles at the SAA Track and Field Championships in May which was held in Conway.
Summers also finished second in the 4x100 relay and in the long jump as well.
In addition, Summers was a part of the 4x100 relay that holds the school record with a 48.85 mark that was set April 27.
After qualifying for the NAIA National Outdoor Track Championship back in April, Central Baptist College runners Cody McKnight and Ally Swaim made history Friday by competing in the meet for the first time in school history.
Swaim finished her event, the 100-meter hurdles, in a time of 15.21 to finish 29th out of 32.
She finishes her season as a two-time American Midwest Conference Champion as well.
McKnight competed in the 400-meter race, but did not finish, pulling up with an injury approaching the final corner.
His season ends with victories in four regular season meets and three AMC Championships as well in the 100, 200 and 400.