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Indiana Tech wins WHAC track titles

Indiana Tech wins WHAC track titles

Indiana Tech was un-catchable Saturday at the 2013 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships in Angola.

The men’s team won its first title, while the women won their third straight. Both teams scored 198 points, outdistancing Siena Heights (132.5) and Cornerstone (147) respectively.

The Warriors will take 50 athletes to Geneva, Ohio, for the NAIA meet Feb. 28.

– Journal Gazette

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