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The Lakeland College track and field team, led by head coach Peter Hahm, has assembled a talented team with a solid mix of experienced returners as well as talented high school stars who Hahm hopes will make an impact.
The Muskies will be led by senior sprinter Joey Salazar (Beaver Dam, Wis.), who will compete in the 55-meter dash as well as the 200 and the 4 x 200 meter relay, and junior distance runner Ryan Graves (Munising, Mich.), who hopes to make impact in the 3000- and 5000-meter races.
Lakeland will be asking newcomers Dylan Grimsrud (Sheboygan, Wis.), Yaphay Harvey (Milwaukee, Wis.) and Patrick Johnson (Pontiac, Mich.) to bring some added depth and experience from the high school ranks to help solidify the team.
The women's track team has no returners competing in the indoor season, so junior Vashia Gordon (Green Bay, Wis.) leads a young group of talented freshmen in Veronica Lau (Germantown, Wis.) and Danielle Holzer (Plymouth, Wis.).
The Muskies will have six athletes making their collegiate debut this season, and Hahm hopes that their high school experience will translate into collegiate success.
Lakeland opens the track season with a trip to Platteville, Wis., where the Muskies will compete in the UW-Platteville Indoor meet on Feb. 11. On Feb. 18, the Muskies will take part in the UW-Stevens Point Eastbay Invitational, before taking part in the Northern Athletics Conference Indoor Championships at Carthage College on Feb. 25. Lakeland will also take part in three outdoor meets in April before closing the season with the NAC Outdoor Championships at Concordia University Chicago, May 4-5.
To see what Hahm expects this season, click here.