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Nicole Burlinson Reflects on Earning All-American Honor

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By Tim Ertle, Sports Information Director for the Ursuline Arrows

Ursuline College cross country/track and field coach Ralph White can be a very convincing person. On a recent trip to the NCAA Indoor National Championships with sophomore Nicole Burlinson, White talked a cleaning lady at a hotel into allowing Burlinson to use the pool so she could get loose between her running workouts.

Burlinson, White and assistant coach Maddy Outman were in Winston-Salem, N.C., for the NCAA Division II Indoor National Championships in mid-March because from the moment Burlinson stepped foot on campus in August of 2012, White convinced her she could become an All-American.

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Ursuline Alumnae inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

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Ursuline College athletic department is proud to announce Meghann Hess (volleyball) and Jessica Wood (basketball), both 2009 graduates, will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame on May 4, 2014 at Hathaway Brown School.

The pair makes up the fifth induction class into the Hall of Fame, which was started in 2010 in an effort to bring attention to those who left a significant mark on Ursuline athletics. The Hall of Fame aims to recognize student-athletes who produced significant athletic achievement, but also those who excelled in the classroom and contributed time and service to the community.

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Ursuline College sophomore Nicole Burlinson Named G-MAC Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Week for Third Time

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Ursuline College sophomore Nicole Burlinson has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week for the third time this season, the conference office announced Tuesday (Feb. 11) afternoon.

Burlinson received the honor for her performance at the Division II Challenge Meet, hosted by the SPIRE Institute on Saturday (Feb. 8).

She beat the other 26 participants in the mile with a school record time of 5:07.50. She was previously the record holder with her 5:09.31 at Youngstown State two weeks ago. Saturday’s time was just 2.5 seconds shy of the NCAA Division II provisional qualification standard.

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