Flames close out indoor season
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GENEVA, Ohio — The Lee University indoor track season came to an end at the 48th annual men's and 33rd annual women's National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Indoor Track and Field National Championships with three top six finishers and three NAIA All-Americans.

Cayce Bryan added to her All-American total by earning the Lady Flames five team points with a fourth place finish in the 800 Meter Run. Bryan knocked eight seconds off her qualifying time of 2:21.99 to post a time of 2:13.45 in the final.

Junia Limage of Concordia University (Ore.) was the winner at 2:09.75. Sophie Tonneau (Lindsey Wilson College) was second (2:11.64) and Southern University-New Orleans’ Mackola Joseph was third (2:12.40).

Mike Walker pushed Lee’s All-American tally to two after crossing the finish line of the 3000 Meter Run in fourth place. His time of 8:23.56 broke the school record that he had set on Friday.

Adam Godwin of Oklahoma Baptist University paced the field with a time of 8:22.26. Matthew Clowes of Concordia University (Ore.) was second and Ricky Avila of Concordia University (Calif.) was third with a time of 8:22.86.

Lee’s last event of the day belonged to Brad Davis. Davis recorded a time of 22.10 in the 200 Meter Dash to give Lee its third NAIA All-American honor of the day. Wayland Baptist University’s Gregory Turner took home the championship with a 21.04 mark.

The outdoor season will kick into gear on March 22 when the Flames and Lady Flames head to Atlanta to participate in the Emory Invitational.