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Murphy, Goatee continue assaults on VU record books at Grand Valley State University Big Meet

ALLENDALE, Mich. - Vincennes University sophomores Robert Murphy and TaPring Goatee continued their assaults on the VU Track & Field record books and were among Trailblazers firmly positioning themselves at or near the top of the national junior college rankings with their performances Friday on the first day of the Grand Valley State University Big Meet in Allendale, MI.
 
The ninth-ranked VU men's team's Murphy turned in a VU record and top national junior college time of 4:09.39 in the Men's One Mile Run. Women's No. 11 VU's Goatee set another school mark in the Women's One Mile Run with a time of 5:13.26.
 
Another Trailblazer highlight from Friday was freshman Candela Guijarro's effort in the Women's High Jump when she leaped 5 feet, 8.5 inches, to move into third place on the national junior college list in that event.
 
The GVSU Big Meet continues on Saturday.
 
VU wraps up the indoor regular season at the Feb. 20 Friday Night Special at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL.

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