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Agnew Named Female College Athlete of the Year

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U-Mary's Cross Country and Track standout Melissa Agnew was named Female College Athlete of the Year. The recent graduate became the Marauders first NCAA individual champion after she won the 1500 at Division II Nationals this spring.  Agnew was also a two-time indoor national track national champion.

"I never thought I would be this amazing. I'm grateful for everything, and it's really been awesome. I've been training with Coach Newell for four years, and so he's really developed me into a good runner. And just determination. I've always wanted that next step. I've always seen those people in the trophy case, and been like, 'That would be so cool to be one of them.' And now I am. So, it's a dream come true."

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