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Great Northwest Athletic Conference

6901 SE Lake Road Suite #1

Portland, Oregon,97267

United States

Company Description

The Great Northwest Athletic Conference, which is in its 11th season of athletic competition, is comprised of 10 NCAA Division II schools located in five states and one Canadian province. Dave Haglund is in his first season as the Commissioner for the GNAC a...more

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GNAC Sports

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Also winning special awards were Jeeni Schantin and Brittany Aanstad of Seattle Pacific, Richie Pemberton of Montana State Billings and Sam Washington of Saint Martin's. Aanstad, from Lake Stevens, Wash., was selected the GNAC Female Freshman-of-the-Year.She was one of the top point scorers in the conference meet, tallying 29 points.She won the javelin (147-10) and also placed second in the high jump (5-2 ¼), third in the heptathlon (4083), sixth in the long jump (16-7) and seventh in the triple jump (34-11 ¾).Four of the top seven seeds in the javelin, including SPU's Jeeni Schantin (3rd), Lauren VerMulm (5th) and Brittany Aanstad (6th), are GNAC athletes. Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 45.20 - 148-3; 7.


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Nerves kept SPU's Brittany Aanstad from a national title in the javelin a year ago, but she vows the jitters won't be a problem at the 2012 NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships
Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. "> Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. SPU Photo Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. "> Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. SPU Photo Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. "> Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. SPU Photo Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. "> Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. Brittany Aanstad of SPU is one of the top-ranked javelin throwers in the nation heading into this weekend's NCAA Division II championships. advertisement | your ad here In the thousand-excuse world of competitive athletics, everybody has a reason for coming up short of expectations, and Seattle Pacific University senior Brittany Aanstad is no different. "I choked," the Lake Stevens native said of her trip to the NCAA Division II national track & field championships this time last year. With refreshing candor, Aanstad summed up her second-place finish in the javelin, an event in which she was favored to win but posted a mark eight feet short of her national-best throw of 159 feet, 4 inches. She has no plans of coming up short in this, her second, and final, chance to win a national title. "This year is my time," Aanstad said last week as she prepared for a trip to Pueblo, Colo., for this week's national championships, where she'll enter as a favorite again. "The girl who won last year (Western Washington's Monika Gruszecki) said to me: 'Next year is your year.' I've thought about that all year, and I'm excited about the opportunity to be a national champion." Aanstad had a legitimate shot at winning the title last year but let nerves get in the way of her goal. She struggled at the NCAA meet, needing her final throw just to qualify for the final round -- she was in ninth place before that throw -- and eventually had to settle for second place on a throw of 151-1. "I was a little more nervous than I should've been," she said last week, recalling her performance in the 2011 national championships. "I should've been more confident, and it kind of showed." Aanstad hit her personal record of 159-4 in the final meet of the 2011 regular season, placing second among all competitors at the University of Washington's Ken Shannon Invitational. But she couldn't repeat the performance a few days later at nationals. "It's a lot easier going in as the underdog," she said. After the Ken Shannon Invitational, "I went from being the underdog to all of a sudden having the best throw in the nation." Aanstad believes this year will be different for a variety of reasons. First of all, she's a year older and wiser. She has learned how to deal better with the pressure and is excited about going in as the favorite again. Her national-best throw of 161-11 puts the bulls-eye on Aanstad, and she's just fine with that. "It's completely different from last year," said Aanstad, who joins Western Washington men's javelin thrower Alex Harrison of Edmonds-Woodway among Snohomish County athletes competing in Pueblo this weekend. Aanstad is also in a better place physically. After undergoing Tommy John surgery following her freshman year in 2009, then suffering a torn labrum the following year, she still wasn't totally confident in her body this time last year. To help make sure injuries weren't a part of her senior season, she has competed in just eight meets this year -- and two of those she took part in the high jump but skipped the javelin. Since hitting the 161-11 mark at the War V meet in Spokane on April 7, she's pretty much taken time off from throwing the javelin competitively.


seattletimes.nwsource.com

• Seattle Pacific's Brittany Aanstad was named the GNAC women's track and field athlete of the week.


GNAC Track and Field

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Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 3307.
Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 5-3 ¾. Pole Vault - Terra Schumacher, SPU, 11-6. 2400 Sprint Medley -Western Oregon 7:11.35. Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 5-3 3/4. Brittany Aanstad, SPU; Ali Worthen, SPU, and Katy Gross, SPU, 5-5. High Jump - Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 1.64 - 5-4 1/2.


GNAC Track and Field

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Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 4393; 11.
Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 42.84 - 140-7. Saturday, Men (Top 8): Triple Jump - 8. Matson Hardie, WOU, 13.65 - 44-9 1/2. Discus - 8. Javelin -- Brittany Aanstad , SPU, 137-10. Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 137-1. Javelin - Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 135-4. Javelin - Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 43.58 - 142-11. High Jump - Brittany Aanstad, SPU, 1.60 - 5-3.


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