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WAC Women's Track and Field Athletes of the Week Announced
Courtesy: WAC
DENVER – Idaho’s Alycia Butterworth and Grand Canyon’s Vanessa Levy have been named the Western Athletic Conference women’s track and field Athletes of the Week, respectively, for April 7-13.

Butterworth, a senior from Parksvillie, B.C., Canada (Ballenas Secondary), won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Sun Angel Classic. Her first-place time of 10:27.32 topped the second-place finisher by a margin of 32-seconds. Butterworth’s time ranks first in the WAC, 18th in the NCAA West Region and 37th in the NCAA so far this season.

Levy, a senior from Clarendon, Jamaica (Johnson Community College), recorded a trio of second-place finishes over the weekend at the UTEP Invitational. Levy broke her own school record in the shot put, recording a heave of 13.78 meters (third-best in WAC). Levy finished second in the discus throw with a conference-best toss of 47.95m. The senior also took second in the hammer throw, posting a distance of 49.69m (fifth in WAC).

Other Track Nominees: Ariana Mariscal, Bakersfield … Moya McKenzie, Grand Canyon … Tayler Feinauer, Idaho … Shanelle Williams, Kansas City … Diana Hawk, New Mexico State … Alessandra Gonzales, Seattle U.

Other Field Nominees: Adara Winder, Idaho … Dahlia Dyson, Kansas City … Akuadasou Ezenyilimba, New Mexico State … Cali Cull, Seattle U … Jasmine Davison, Texas-Pan American … Bennie Foster, Utah Valley.

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