Crume competes in final indoor meet 1

Grayson County High School graduate Emery Crume is in her senior season with the Kentucky Wesleyan College women’s track and field program. Crume is pictured competing for Kentucky Wesleyan earlier in her career.

Among the senior leaders for the Kentucky Wesleyan College women’s track and field program, Emery Crume competed in the final indoor meet of her collegiate career in late-February.

Kentucky Wesleyan competes in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC).

A Grayson County High School graduate from Leitchfield, Crume has produced throughout her college track and field career, competing for an NCAA Division II member.

Setting a personal record, Crume took 11 seconds off her personal best in the 3,000-meter run at the G-MAC Indoor Track & Field Championships at Ashland University in late-February. Crume completed the 3,000-meter run in 11:08.58.

Following her performance in the conference indoor meet, Crume has turned her attention to the outdoor track and field season.

The G-MAC includes Kentucky Wesleyan, Ashland, Cedarville, Findlay, Hilldale, Lake Erie, Malone, Northwood, Ohio Dominican, Tiffin, Trevecca Nazarene, Ursuline and Walsh.

Crume is an experienced distance runner. Earlier in the 2023-24 schoolyear, Crume competed in her final college cross country season.

In addition to thriving as a runner, Crume has excels in the classroom as a productive student-athlete.

Crume and her Kentucky Wesleyan teammates are scheduled to compete in the Margaret Simmons Invite at Murray State University March 24-25.

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