JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Kylie Bradley (SR/Portland, Tenn.) became the first NAIA All-American of the 2017 NAIA Indoor National Championship for the Olivet Nazarene University track and field team. On day two of competition, the Tigers also advanced two runners to the finals.
Bradley recorded a 5.63m (18' 5.75") mark in the long jump to finish in seventh place, earning her first career All-American honor.
On the track, Alexa Beezhold (JR/St. John, Ind.) posted the second best time in the 800m run preliminaries to advance the finals, finishing in 2:14.60. Jeremy Brassard (SO/Strafford, N.H.) also qualified for the finals of the 1000m run, posting a time of 2:3.16 to hold the fourth best time.
Day two results:
Competition concludes on Saturday, March 4 with the Tigers competing in the shot put, high jump and the finals of the 800m run, 1000m run, 4x400m relay and the distance medley relay.