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Knights off to college
June 9, 2012 - Burt Angeli
Norway’s Dani Gagne dominated Division 2 with four titles — 100, 200 (record, 26.42) and 400 dashes along with the long jump.
The Hillsdale-bound Gagne, who isn’t a fan of the excruciating 400, expects to stay with the sprints in college. “Probably, I don’t know if I’ll run the 400,” she said.
Any regrets this season?
“I’ve always wanted to run a relay, the 400,” Dani said.
Norway’s other track champs, Nicole Vanderlin and Megan Kangas, also have college plans.
Vanderlin, a U.P. Division 2 high jump record holder, will continue in that event plus relays at prestigious St. Norbert College in DePere, Wis.
Kangas, 4.0 student and class valedictorian, will major in pre-medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She doesn’t plan to play sports, but if the Titans need a really good point guard and hurdler they’ve got one on campus ...
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