Recap - Day Two of the 2023 NAIA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship
- The heptathlon closed out with long jump, javelin and 800m on day two.
- Kaitlyn McColly of Dickinson State did not surrender her lead from day one and finished with a total of 4,922 points for her first heptathlon title. McColly recorded 3rd in the long jump, 8th in javelin and 3rd in the 800m on day two.
- Rebecca Dutchak of British Columbia remained in second place and finished just 92 points behind McColly. Dutchak finished with a total of 4,830 and notched 5th in the long jump, 4th in the javelin, and 9th in the 800m.
- Maggie Ledbetter captured her first shot put title with a mark of 15.47m. Ledbetter worked her way up over the last two years from 8th in 2021 to 5th in 2022 to landing that first-place finish in 2023 with her highest championship mark.
- Machaeda Linton of William Carey (Miss.) landed the triple jump title with a mark of 12.52m. Jai-Lyn Norwood of Marian (Ind.) followed just 0.01m behind Linton.
- Olivia Lundman of British Columbia won her second 5,000m race walk with a time of 23:24.98 and shaved 16.22 second off of her previous championship time.
- British Columbia 4x800m relay team captured the Thunderbirds 6th title in the event with a time of 8:56.68.
- Team scores
- British Columbia took a commanding lead after day two with 59 points. William Carey (Miss.) follows with 25 points, with Eastern Oregon in third with 20 points.
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