Sherrard's Hainline sets Monmouth record

Posted Online: Feb. 11, 2013, 6:26 pm
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Monmouth College junior sprinter and 2010 Sherrard graduate Lacey Hainline established a school indoor record in the 60-meter dash on Saturday at the Fighting Scot Indoor Invitational. Hainline took fourth in the race after running a school-best 8.04 seconds.

In the 200, Hainline took second in a lifetime-best time of 25.31. She was one-hundredth of a second behind the winner.

Hainline transferred to Monmouth this season after spending the previous two seasons at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.
-- Staff report


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