The University of Minnesota Women are running at two track meets this weekend. Many team members are at LSU competing in the Alumni Gold Open. The rest of the squad is running in the Iowa Musco Twilight Meet. This is the last track meet for the team before the Drake Relays and then the Conference, Regional, and National Meets.
LSU is among the very few elite track teams in the nation, year in and year out. The present season is no exception and the Lady Tigers currently sit at #2 in the national track rankings.
The long jump will showcase some of those great athletes and the Gophers will counter with their best horizontal jumper - Todea-Kay Willis. How will she fare in Louisiana...
Y/N: Will Todea-Kay Willis long jump 20 feet or further at LSU on Saturday?
Willis has jumped 20-1 and 19-10 3/4 in her two outdoor meets in April. During the indoor season, Willis jumped over 20 feet twice including 20-3 to place second at the Big Ten Indoor Conference Meet. In 2010, Willis won the Big Ten Outdoor Conference Meet with a leap of 20-9 1/4.
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