Altoona's Kristi Springer To Attend Winona State


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Athlete: Kristi Springer

High School: Altoona

Division: 2

Plans 2017-18: Winona State University

Events: Horizontal jumps and hurdles


---------------------------------------------------------- Photos below provided by Wendy Springer ----------------------------------------------------

Kristi Springer Highlights

2014 West Cloverbelt Conference Meet: ---.

2015 West Cloverbelt Conference Meet: Second in the LJ and 6th in the 200m.

2016 West Cloverbelt Conference Meet: Champion in the LJ and TJ events [Conference Record in TJ 36' 07.50. Broke the old record of 35' 09.50 set by Claire Huempfner from Mosinee in 1986], and 4th in the 300m LH.

2014 WIAA State Meet Championships: Runner on qualifying 4x100m.

2015 WIAA State Meet Championships: Runner on qualifying 4x100m.

2016 WIAA State Meet Championships: Silver Medal in the TJ, sixth in the LJ, and qualifier as the anchor on the 4x100m.







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TJ WIAA 2016


LJ WIAA 2016



Above left and right: Kristi Springer in the TJ at the 2016 WIAA State Meet.

Above center: Kristi Springer taking a handoff from her sister KaSandra Springer who was a 2016 Altoona graduate.

KaSandra is a freshman at Sioux Falls University and is a member of the volleyball team.


2016 Medford D2 Sectional

Center: Kristi Springer set a school record for the Altoona Railroaders by winning the TJ with a distance of 37' 01.50.

Right: 3rd place TJ finisher Kyra Arendt. At the State Meet Arendt defended her 2015 TJ title by taking first with a distance of 37' 11.00.

Springer was second at the State Meet with a distance of 37' 05.75.

Springer's performance at La Crosse set a new Altoona school record in the TJ.

Far right: Taylor Snider from Hayward. Snider was 14th at the State Meet.


Kristi Springer has signerd a National Letter of Intent to compete for the Warriors of Winona State University in track and field


Above left: Head Head Gilrs Coach Kevin Garnett and Kristi Springer.

Above right: Kristi Springer signs her NLI to compete for Winona State University as her mother Wendy looks on,

Signing photos supplied by Kevin Garnett